Atlanta rising superstar Slimelife Shawty has been going up the last few years. Gaining the attention of Young Thug, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, and more, he is up next to blow on the music scene. The southern rapper returns to the scene with a fire new visual for his “Baby Boy” single.
Slimelife Shawty is becoming a master at baring his soul through his music. Proving his ability to create heartfelt trap tracks once again, Slimelife shares “Baby Boy,” his new video single. With gripping lyrics and raw emotion in his voice, the Atlanta native confronts his demons while still acknowledging everything he has accomplished against all odds: “I know I’m in hell, Everywhere they say the slime couldn’t go, you know I went there.”
This young emcee injects every ounce of his pain into his lyrics as he melodically flows on the ATL Jacob-produced beat. Directed by ShotByWolf, the video depicts Slimelife counting his riches and standing alone in a parking lot and a barren apartment stairwell as he anxiously reflects on the life struggles that continue to fuel his hustle and undeniable talent. “Baby Boy” is the follow-up to recent videos for “No Brakes”.
Gearing up for the release of his upcoming project Better Livin, Slimelife Shawty has been consistently rising in the ranks of the rap game with collaborations like his “Clappers” remix with 42 Dugg and “Dying 2 Hit Em” with Lil Durk. Last year, the Alamo Records signee released No Slime Left Behind, a full-length project, and made noise with his street hit “All Summer” (2.3M YouTube views).
Slimelife Shawty looks to continue showcasing his ever-melodic flow and unapologetic lyrics. Stay tuned for Better Livin, coming this summer via Alamo Records.
“Slimelife Shawty became a staple of Atlanta’s bubbling underground after appearing on early Lil Keed standouts like ‘Blicky Blicky’ in 2018. Since then, he’s been moving with remarkable consistency, gaining traction with anthemic songs like ‘Don’t Worry.'”
Press play below to stream Slimelife Shawty’s new “Baby Boy” video.