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Nashville, Tennessee rapper and flagship Wholesale Entertainment artist Slimm Body presents the Charles Robinson-directed video for “The Glow”, the title track from his new album produced almost entirely by Wholesale in-house producer and Chicago/Nashville-based rapper Roca, who also contributes the song’s hook. Establishing Wholesale Entertainment after a stint in the state penitentiary, Slimm has released six projects (The Life Of A Hustler: Inserts 1,2,& 3, two volumes of For My People, and The Whole Team Mixtape), as well as Play Loud Afterhours 1 & 2, and Humble Homage for fellow labelmates Roca and Lashawn’s Way. The Glow is the first major release showcasing the Wholesale sound, and also features production from fellow Nashville talents Drum Major as well as Ducko Mcfli, who recently co-produced Drake’s “Draft Day”. Featured artists include Mac Miller/Casey Veggies collaborator Dee Goodz, Project Pat/Young Buck collaborators Bezzeled Gang, Roach Killa, Fat Cat, Derek Meler, Chris Moore, Capp & Spudd, and label mates Fresh Legendary & Big Haz. “I walked in on Roca in our in-home studio,” says Slimm, recounting the song’s creation. “He already had the beat made and hook laid. We knew it was capable of being a hot single so I put my life on it, and hired Charles Robinson to shoot the visuals. It’s basically an introduction to Slimm Body and the Wholesale Entertainment sound.” The Glow is available now on iTunes (link). The Slimm Body LP is set for a July release.