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SLIMM BODY, “BAGGIES & RUBBERBANDS”

Nashville, Tennessee rapper and flagship Wholesale Entertainment artist Slimm Body presents the Charles Robinson-directed video for “Baggies & Rubberbands”, the new single from his forthcoming self-titled album, produced almost entirely by Wholesale in-house producer and Chicago/Nashville-based rapper Roca, who also contributes the song’s hook. “B&R” comes on the heels of the release of the music video for “The Glow” (watch on Youtube). Establishing Wholesale Entertainment after a stint in the state penitentiary, Slimm has released six projects (The Life Of A Hustler: Inserts 1,2,& 3, two volumes of For My People, and The Whole Team Mixtape), as well as Play Loud Afterhours 1 & 2, and Humble Homage for fellow labelmates Roca and Lashawn’s Way. Featured artists on Slimm’s upcoming album include Mac Miller/Casey Veggies collaborator Dee Goodz, Project Pat/Young Buck collaborators Bezzeled Gang, Roach Killa, Fat Cat, Derek Meler, Chris Moore, Capp & Spudd, and labelmates Fresh Legendary & Big Haz. “We created the beat just fooling around in the studio,” says Slimm. “I actually tweeted something about baggies and rubberbands a week or so before we recorded it.”

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