Slim Thug Songs

  • Drank
    Need a little Houston real quick? Well here's a new track from Slim Thug, Z-Ro, and Paul Wall. The song's title comes as no surprise, but "Drank" isn't simply an ode to the pleasures of sippin', which have been well documented by each of these guys. Instead, the track is a reflection of lean's place within Houston culture, and how it's changed -- much for the worse -- since the days of DJ Screw.
  • Tha Boss
    Tha Boss
    Before Rick Ross, there was only one boss who pronounced his name with a drastically elongated 'o' sound, and that was Slim Thug. The Houston OG never gave up the title, but on his newest record, he's reminding us that he's still a self proclaimed employer.
  • All I Know
    All I Know
    Next week, Houston veteran Slim Thug will be releasing his album Hogg Life: The Beginning. After sharing a video for "The Top" yesterday, the Boss Hogg Outlaw gives us "All I Know," track that features Propain from the new album.
  • Riot (Freestyle)
    Riot (Freestyle)
    Mike Jones decided to ring in the New Year tonight with the release of his comeback project, Money Train. While we previously heard many of the records off the tape already, one track that hasn’t been heard yet was this Slim Thug-featured freestyle “Riot”.
  • 3 Grams
    3 Grams
    After a long absence from our front page here at HNHH, Houston's Mike Jones is back with a new single featuring Yung Deuce and his old "Still Tippin'" collaborator Slim Thug. Whether this one is attached to Mike's Money Train project due on January 1st is not currently clear, but, with any luck, it's a sign of more to come.
  • Ridah
    Le$'s new tape, Steak X Shrimp Vol. 1, is getting a hell of a lot of praise over in the mixtape section. For those among us who are still asleep on the Jet Life signee, here's a quick sample of what you're missing out on. Featuring two top-notch guest appearances from Slim Thugga and Le$'s label head Curren$y, "Ridah" finds all three emcees living life in the fast line. Take this one for a spin around the block.
  • Picture Me Swangin (Remix)
    Picture Me Swangin (Remix)
    It's been quite a while since we last heard some new music from DeLorean, but that all changes today.  The Texas native just recently dropped off his mixtape, Look Alive, and living on that tape was this big remix to his track “Picture Me Swangin” featuring Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Lil Keke & Mitchelle'l.
  • ErrrBody (Freestyle)
    ErrrBody (Freestyle)
    Slim Thug has been pretty consistent with his weekly "Thug Thursday" freestyles, most recently taking on Drizzy’s overly-populated record “0 to 100”. This week the Houston rapper returns to take on another popular track in Yo Gotti’s hit “Errrbody”, which features guest verses from Sauce Walka, Sancho Saucy, and 5th Ward JP.
  • 0 To 100 (Remix)
    0 To 100 (Remix)
    "No Flex Zone" appears to have unseated "0 To 100" for the most popular freestyle track, but there are still a few stragglers turning in their Drake remixes now. For Slim Thug, Delorean, and Doughbeezy, we're willing to accept a late entry, as the three rappers bring some Houston flavor to the well-worn instrumental.
  • No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    Slim Thug has been pretty consistent with his weekly "Thug Thursday" freestyles, most recently taking on Rick Ross and Meek Mill’s “Off The Corner” record. This week the Houston rapper returns to take on another popular track in Rae Sremmurd’s popular hit “No Flex Zone”, which features guest verses from Propain and GT Garza. 
  • How To Be The Man (Remix)
    How To Be The Man (Remix)
    Riff Raff is finally prepared to drop his debut album via Mad Decent, Neon Icon, on June 28th. Last week he delivered a new album cut, "2 Girls 1 Pipe," and things continue to pick up pace with Riff dropping off a new remix to his DJ Mustard-produced banger "How To Be The Man." Riff keeps things Southern for the new mix, getting Paul Wall and Slim Thug to drop verses on the beat. 
  • Off The Corner (Remix)
    Off The Corner (Remix)
    Slim Thug has been consistent with his weekly "Thug Thursday" freestyle, last week taking on Lil Wayne and Drake's "Believe Me", flipping Drizzy's "Slim Thug flow" line for the hook. This week he takes on another big track, Meek Mill and Rick Ross' "Off The Corner", leaving Meek and Rozay's parts intact. and adding his verse to the mix. The rapper's naturally chopped and screwed voice is a good contrast to Meek's intensity. 
  • Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Believe Me (Freestyle)
    "Believe Me" is probably the biggest song outside of "Chiraq" right now, but it somehow has garnered the same attention in terms of freestyles.  Slim Thug, who's been doing his share of freestyles lately has decided to go in on the track, probably partially because he gets name dropped by Drizzy on the original (something he calls attention to by looping a sample of the line as a sort of hook to the remix).
  • Chi-Raq (Freestyle)
    Chi-Raq (Freestyle)
    Nicki Minaj has taken the rap world by storm with her Lil’ Herb collabo “Chi-Raq.” While we recently heard Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Tyga, Soulja Boy, and many others tackle the Boi-1da and Vinylz-produced cut, the latest to do so is none other than Slim Thug with his #ThugThursdays release. Give it a listen, and let us know what ya think!
  • Danny Glover (Freestyle)
    Danny Glover (Freestyle)
    It's #ThugThursday if you weren't aware, and so Slim Thugga delivers another new freestyle to us as part of the ongoing series. This time he opts for another Thug's tracks, Young Thug, with the "Danny Glover" beat. It's just another in the never-ending list of freestyles over the instrumental. How does Thug handle the beat? Which "Danny Glover" freestyle has been you favorite thus far?
  • Three Kings (Remix)
    Three Kings (Remix)
    If you've never checked out Slim Thug's debut album, Already Platinum, you're missing out. The largely Neptunes-produced release is packed with classic records, one of which being "Three Kings". Mr. Lee nearly matched Pharrell and Chad on production credits for the album, and he was behind the boards for this track which originally included features from T.I. and Bun B. On this revisitation of the track, Slim and Bun both return to pay tribute to their hometown's team, the Houston Rockets.
  • Pokin Out
    Pokin Out
    Slim Thug stays busy really freestyle on top of freestyle, his most recent ones include a "Trophies" mix, a "Cut Her Off" freestyle and as well as one for Future's "Move That Dope." Today, for #ThugThursday, he hits us with something original.
  • Cut Her Off (Freestyle)
    Cut Her Off (Freestyle)
    Slim Thug keeps his #ThugThursdays series going strong and returns with another dope freestyle for the fans tonight. This time around, the Houston native decides to jump on K Camps track “Cut Her Off”. Thug chucks the deuces to the ladies in this one. Give it a listen, and let us know your thoughts. Download made available as well. No word on whether or not these recent #ThugThursday releases will be made into a project. I guess time will only tell.
  • Greatness
    Last we heard from Houston's Boston George was in February when he delivered "Rich Off Lean" which featured Future and Lil Boosie. Today he returns with two fellow Houston natives, Slim Thug and singer Rich Andruws, as well as Ricky Rozay.
  • Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Future dropped his propulsive banger, "Move That Dope" a few weeks back, but surprisingly we haven't heard too many rappers going in on the beat. Perhaps it has something to with the fact that the master instrumental is not available, as the first freestyle that's popped up -- courtesy of Slim Thug -- is a remake of the Mike WiLL Made It beat. The track is still a win in the end, as Thug sounds quite comfortable on the icy instrumental, recalling his criminally underrated debut, Already Platinum.