Posted May 23, 2014 by BlueMagic in New Artist Spot Light

Slim Goodye ‘Standing Ovation’ [Video]

Slim Goodye was first introduced to the Orlando music scene on a local mixtape hosted by DJ Greg G. The overwhelming feedback led to the release of Slim Goodye’s debut mixtape entitled, The Young Mobsta. The mixtape hit the streets and immediately created a buzz, which led to many features and radio drops for the likes of DJ Nasty, DJ Khaled, and many others. That mixtape brought anticipation for more, and Slim Goodye answered by releasing his second mixtape Hustle and Flow. He was now proclaimed The King of the O, which became the title of his third mixtape. Since then he has consistently released new music, many of which have been featured in magazines and on blog sites.

Slim’s style has frequently been described as “a city guy with a smooth flow rapping over down south beats”. His mixtape Bird Flu and the two singles Lady Gaga and Chinese Food helped take him from a successful local artist to gaining him national recognition, even by major record labels. That encouraged him to independently put out an EP entitled A1 Goodye, which includes the street anthems I Know You See Me, Man in My City, I’m Out Here, and A1.

Last year Slim released The A1 Effect, a mixtape that produced his first radio single Can’t Turn Down which featured DJ Khaled. His newest project entitled Hood Elegance gives listeners everything from twerk songs to trap music and even R&B style ballads. The first single off of the mixtape, Standing Ovation, is already being called this summer’s anthem. Hood Elegance includes productions from AJ, Que, and Amazing.

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