Atlanta rapper Slimelife Shawty has been dedicated to making a name for himself within the Atlanta rap game for over a year. The 22-year-old rapper just dropped the single and visuals for his first record of the year, “Homicide.” On “Homicide,” Slimelife paints the picture of the life he’s always dreamed of. Despite many dark moments in his life. “Homicide” is also a testament to Slimelife’s sandbox buddies as he speaks on the never-ending loyalty between him and his homies.
In the music video, directed by ShotByWolf, Slimelife is posted up with his homies in true Atlanta fashion — flaunting money spreads across their arms. The visuals also show Slimelife and the homies running around the streets of Atlanta. As he delivers raw and authentic pain-filled lyrics over a trap melody. Catching the attention of fellow ATL artists Lil Baby and Young Thug. Slimelife is taking all the necessary steps to ensure he’s recognized as one of Atlanta’s rising stars.
The Alamo Records signee recently collaborated with 42 Dugg for the “Don’t Worry (Clappers)” remix. The club anthem has racked up over 216,000 views on YouTube. However, before the remix, “Don’t Worry” had already proved to be a hit by amassing 4.5 million streams on Spotify. The original also has close to 5 million views and over 13 million combined streams across multiple platforms.
Last May, Slimelife released a full-length project titled No Slime Left Behind. The thirteen-track project included “Brazy Life” featuring Lil Durk, as well as “Street N***a” and “Understand Me” featuring Rylo Rodriguez. Maintaining a whopping 645,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. And associating himself with some of the biggest rappers in the south. Slimelife is merely songs away from being a major part of Atlanta’s music roster.
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