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Prof and St. Paul Slim

Prof and St. Paul Slim

Prof and St. Paul Slim


Party, booze, girls, party, fun, booze, drunk, party, party, party; a day in the life of Prof’s raps. A 24-year-old who loves to have a good time, Prof thinks his music should reflect exactly that. “Everyone’s trying to be a preacher or a politician— telling you how to live your life,” he says. “I’m not running for Senate. I’m doing this for fun and I don’t watch my mouth.” Buck wild, obnoxiously honest and consistently inconsistent, Prof’s music is perfect for getting messed up and tangled in trouble. Read more on Last.fm
Party, booze, girls, party, fun, booze, drunk, party, party, party; a day in the life of Prof’s raps. A 24-year-old who loves to have a good time, Prof thinks his music should reflect exactly that. “Everyone’s trying to be a preacher or a politician— telling you how to live your life,” he says. “I’m not running for Senate. I’m doing this for fun and I don’t watch my mouth.” Buck wild, obnoxiously honest and consistently inconsistent, Prof’s music is perfect for getting messed up and tangled in trouble.

Appealing to the rowdiest crowds in town, Prof’s live shows are never a let down on excitement and any attendee is sure to leave exhausted and reeking of stale beer. “You can’t just walk back and forth on stage when you’re a rapper. Rapping isn’t enough,” he says about performing. Crowd surfing, jumping and racing around like a mad man, Prof is drenched in various fluids by the end of the show. “I want it to look like a tornado ran through the place after I’m done with a show.” Taking pride in his level of honesty, fans of his lyrics will definitely get to know Prof a little more than most would find necessary. Dirty and sometimes even gross, Prof likes to get everyone’s attention and admits he’s a hard-up “attention whore.” “It’s unbelievable how many times my dick will get grabbed during a show.

I used to think I was a superstar, now I’m just glad I haven’t been severely hurt.” Someday Prof hopes to make it big and hear his music on all the trashy top 100 radio stations. “I wanna be famous. I want to get money and a big house,” he says with a grin. “I’ve already been doing this for ten years and I’m happy, but come on— I want to be able to buy my mom a Porsche.” Freestyling by the time he was in eight grade, Prof grew up surrounding himself in hip-hop as much as possible. Today rapping is still his favorite thing to do— hands down. Prof stands by his assertion that he is the “best MC on the planet” and if you don’t believe him, come to show and challenge him.

But take it from his favorite lyric: “I’m like a limp dick— you don’t fuck with me.” St. Paul Slim. St. Paul Slim.

St. Paul Slim. St. Paul Slim.

St. Paul Slim. St. Paul Slim.

St. Paul Slim No chocolates or sugar sweet melodies, St. Paul Slim is a serious dude who could never bring to himself to candy-coat the truth. Harsh, in your face and straight up reality, Slim says it like it is while he raps about the every day situations we all face.

Tired of the bullshit heard through mics east to west, Slim is on the market to bring listeners back to reality. “I grew up in an era where hip-hop wasn’t about bling-bling,” he says. “People had nice watches, they wore gold chains, but nobody talked about it.” Born in Chicago and raised in St. Paul, Slim entered the world of hip-hop at the prime age of ten. Focusing first on break dancing, he became a fan of the music he danced to— his biggest idol being none other than Big Daddy Kane.

In Junior High, Slim performed as a rapper on stage for first time as a nervous 14 year old, and to this day he remembers that moment as the “eye opener” to his future in hip-hop. After high school Slim enrolled in the military, spending four years in the Marines, never abandoning his desire to write raps in his free time. Out of the service and back in the Twin Cities, Slim put together his first album in collaboration with his brother, Mastermind, in 2002. During his musical career, St. Paul Slim has been featured in multiple successful projects including, Atmosphere’s “Strictly Leakage”, Muja Messiah’s mixtape and the motion picture soundtrack of “Justice”. He has also performed with MC Lyte, Black Moon and Slick Rick and been a repeat performer at the Twin Cities Hip Hop Celebration. “I’ve been making noise in the city for a long time,” he says. A serious man by nature, Slim’s hard past is the fuel behind his career.

If he raps about a gun, it’s because he’s carried one. If he raps about gang violence, it’s because he’s seen it. “Life is serious. It’s not a game and I don’t like to hear people promoting the bullshit,” he says with a stern face. “I’m into anti-bullshit promotion.” With the words “power” and “true” tattooed on his biceps, Slim is not timid about his moral.

In the words of Slim: “Everything’s got a lesson to it.” An excerpt from the Strong Words project, feat. Felix and Mastermind, 2005 “The rap game…it is what it is, make the best out of it. Fam handle your biz but pay attention to what you teachin’ the kids. There’s way more to life than pussy, weed and rims, chinchilla, tim’s and the mayback binz. Call me a hater but you a mis-educator. Turn the city youth into material drones, that drop out of school party and get stoned. Whose fuckin’ side are you on and who you makin’ your music for dummy? The label or the people? Yeah we all came in the game to make change, but what separates me from all the lames is I came in the game to make a change. St. Paul Slim is currently working on his full-length debut, “The Love and Money Movement,” due out soon. Slim is also involved with the Soul Tools’ “Bald Headed Samson” project.

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