Paul Wall Explains Why "Slab God" Is His Best Album Yet

Posted by , Oct 8, 2015 at 10:01am

"Hands down, greatest album I ever made."


Paul Wall is currently at the height of powers. He's come a long way since "Still Tippin,'" but he is still true to his roots, and that's what his new album Slab God is all about.

We recently sat down with Paul to talk the album, a funk/soul-inspired, trap-induced ode to the car known in Texas as a slab. He explained that a car must pass a series of qualifications before it can be considered Slow Low And Bangin. Music is integral to the slab experience, and he wanted to make some music you could knock in the slab. Ridin' music!!

Paul believes he brought his A-game in terms of metaphor, punch line, simile, & delivery and hopes you can enjoy Slab God whether or not you drive a slab. "Hands down, greatest album I ever made."

Head here to stream Slab God from start to finish and watch below as Paul Wall compares slab cars to strippers in "This or That."

"Hands down, greatest album I ever made."

Paul Wall is currently at the height of powers. He's come a long way since "Still Tippin,'" but he is still true to his roots, and that's what his new album Slab God is all about.

We recently sat down with Paul to talk the album, a funk/soul-inspired, trap-induced ode to the car known in Texas as a slab. He explained that a car must pass a series of qualifications before it can be considered Slow Low And Bangin. Music is integral to the slab experience, and he wanted to make some music you could knock in the slab. Ridin' music!!

Paul believes he brought his A-game in terms of metaphor, punch line, simile, & delivery and hopes you can enjoy Slab God whether or not you drive a slab. "Hands down, greatest album I ever made."

Head here to stream Slab God from start to finish and watch below as Paul Wall compares slab cars to strippers in "This or That."

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