Slimelife Shawty made his reputation with emotional raw lyricism and conversational melodics, but sometimes he feels the need to lock in and lay down the law. Taking time to methodically prove why he’s the sh*t and you ain’t, Slime shares “In A Min,” his new video.
Produced by Kid Hazel, known for his work with 21 Savage, “In A Min” is a sinister slice of street music, a minimalist banger with prominent percussion and a tolling bell that signifies doom for unlucky opps. Slimelife and guest rapper Nardo Wick (the man behind Billboard Top 20 hit “Who Want Smoke?”) do “diddy bops” on the beat with deadpan drawls: “I’ve been waiting for a n-gga to play, why would I tuck my chain,” intones Nardo.
In the video, Slime and Nardo take a coal black Jeep to the outskirts of the A as they mug for Jerry Production’s camera. “In A Min” is the latest video from Better Living, Slime’s new album, which dropped last month via Alamo Records.
Executive-produced by Slime’s mentor Lil Durk, Better Living is the follow-up to last year’s No Slime Left Behind, Slime’s Alamo Records debut.
Watch In A Min video below.