After grinding for years and remaining consistent with his music, one day Mike Smiff was called by his mentor, Trick Daddy. Furthermore, his mentor who let him know Slip-N-Slide Records was interested in speaking with him.
He thought, “Slip N Slide Records who gave the world Trick Daddy, Trina, Rick Ross, and Plies?” He grew interested and met with Ted Lucas the founder of the notable hip-hop label. Now Mike Smiff “All Gas No Breaks Vol.3” is officially dropping.
His first official single as a Slip-N-Slide Records signee, “Now,” was received well as the banger samples Tevin Campbell classic “Can We Talk”. Upon its release, “Now” was featured on Ebro Darden’s Beats 1 Discovered on Apple Music. Above all, his follow up single, the raunchy “4 1 Nite” features, Quality Control’s City Girls. Both precede the release of Smiff’s highly anticipated All Gas No Brakes.
With cosigns by artists such as Boosie, Kodak Black and Trick Daddy, Smiff is said to be the next to blow out of Miami. In 2017, he released his project Chase Dis Money, which received over 700,000 audio streams. Overall, the music video for the self-titled track garnering dd over 1 Million views on Worldstar Hip Hop. In the same year, he collaborated with Miami legends Trick Daddy and Trina on their single “Paradise”. He also went on to perform the collaboration on VH1’s Love&Hip Hop: Miami season 1 reunion.