Slim Thug - I Run

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Slim Thug
Producer:
Jim Jonsin
Album:
Boss of All Bosses

After realizing that his pending sophomore album, Boss of All Bosses, would likely never be released if he stayed with Geffen, Slim Thug decided to go for a brand new solo deal.  Following the DJ Toomp-produced Theme Song and his Boss Hogg Outlawz crew’s recent semi-hit, the Ray J-assisted Keep It Playa, the H-Towner is back in the saddle with a new single.  Though he “ain’t dropped in three years,” Thugga reassures everyone that he is just as strong now as back when he went platinum on the radio-ready I Run. With a smooth-yet-uncredited hook and a strong beat by ‘08’s top hit-producer, Jim Jonsin, I Run is in perfect position to help Slim gain new fans, while not jeopardizing his most loyal fanbase.  Boss of All Bosses is currently set to be released in the first quarter of ‘09.

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