Slimm Body is fresh off of the morbid Mother’s Day tale “Nothing’s Promised,” the visual of which outlined the grapple a mother had with providing for her children and end-of-the-line tragedy. It was a warped way for Slimm to assess the issue of single parenting, since the video pleads for us to sympathize with the dealing mother. The end of the visual sees the mother character being rewarded, hinting at the message Slimm was getting at all along. On Twitter, he remarked he “felt it only right to recognize the Women with no help…”
The Wholesale Entertainment CEO has a versatile knack for storytelling and emotion, having dropped “Stack It” in the past- suffused with red-bloodedness- and now showcasing a mother’s day tragedy. For My People 3 will undoubtedly see more features from the Wholesale collective and more biting grit from the Tennessee Native. “Nothing’s Promised” acts as the first single, setting the ominous tone for the rest of the project. You can keep up with Slimm Body via Twitter and Instagram.
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