Back in 2005, the mainstream rap community was introduced to a confident rapper coming straight out of Texas. With his self-assured strut and demeanor, the emcee with a heavy accent proclaimed that he was the boss. With a bold platinum-grilled smile, he bragged about being above clouds. His affiliations with southern chart toppers and power-house producers only validated his first album
Slim Thug: Fire Your Boss
Thugga explains his sacrifice to leave Interscope, the boss code, and why Young Jeezy's first album explains how to move low-key.