Slim ft. Shawty Lo & Yung Joc - So Fly (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Oddz.N.Endz
Album:
Love's Crazy

Considered by many the most talented member of veteran R&B group 112, singer Slim is moving full-speed-ahead with promotions for his solo debut, Love’s Crazy.  After landing Atlanta (and Atlantic) artist Yung Joc for his debut single, So Fly, Slim’s parent label, Warner Music Group has decided to add one of their Asylum A-Town artists for the remix.  Thus, enter Shawty Lo, who spits twelve off-the-top bars about his “fly” status, leaving room for Slim, Joc, and producers Oddz.N.Endz to duplicate what they did so well on the song’s original version.  Look for Slim’s debut album, Love’s Crazy, to hit stores and online retailers this September, and for his exclusive interview inside the DJBooth later today!

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