We all know Dr. Dre has an ear for beats, but the West Coast superproducer also has a keen sense of recognizing upcoming lyrical talent. Dre’s The Chronic launched Snoop Dogg’s career, and his second solo album, 2001, helped solidify Eminem as a serious talent to pay attention to in the game. With his third opus on the way, the good doctor has tapped South Central rookie Slim Da Mobster to contribute to Detox, alongside heavyweights like Lil Wayne and T.I.
“I’m not even focused on my album right now,” Slim told MTV. “I’m all about his album. ‘Cause the better I do on that, the better it is for the situation with my album.”
Slim Da Mobster might be new on the scene, but the Los Angeles rhyme-spitter impressed Eminem so much that he pushed to have him ink a deal.
After getting the co-signs from the big homies Dre and Eminem, 50 Cent was the next to jump onboard behind the young rapper. Now, Slim Da Mobster has his music featured on the G-Unit boss’ website, ThisIs50.com.
Source: Media Starr PromotionsUpdated: July 24, 2009