If you are trying to build good credit and be financially smart, Slim Thug has a story for you. The Houston rhymer wrote a cautionary piece for the 'New York Times' of a situation that led him down the path of financial ruins.
While we're used to seeing Slim Thug rocking the mic in a pair of jeans and a loose T-shirt, he donned a classic suit at Houston's City Hall yesterday (Feb. 25) when he was given a proclamation for his contributions to the city.
Slim Thug is defending the thugs. The rapper appeared on CNN's 'OutFront' yesterday (Jan. 15) to talk to host Don Lemon about the definition of the word that makes up his rap moniker and hip-hop's role in influencing impressionable young people.
Happy birthday, President Obama! What better to celebrate Barack Obama's born day (Aug. 4, 1961) than to honor him with a top 10 list of rap songs that mention his name. Most rappers have been inspired by our 44th president. However, there are a few outspoken emcees who have expressed their cond…