Imagine This. A jam-packed club with hundreds of chanting fans, brilliant flashing lights, dry ice smoke, the curtain raises, and the spotlight awaits his presence.... There's silence. - And then a phat beat drops as you hear a rhythmic familiar voice. But- Don't be too quick to say 25 year old "SLIM MO" sounds like this or that person. The Nigerian born hip hop artist sprays his own distinct, mellow style over bangin beats. Beats that make you remember the track just as much as the lyrics. Slims' current label J.I.L. Records out of Riverdale Maryland is now not only where he calls home, but is where he will pave the way for his new Hip Hop-Nigerian mellow flava. His new, highly anticipated release "The Struggle" includes tracks like "Get This Paper", "Move With It" and All Eyes On Me". Described as an "autobiography" of Slim Mo's life, the albums producer, Low Key, captures drama, suspense, sex appeal and most importantly reality. It strategically aims to bring back "real" hip hop, without focusing on bling, pimpin or how much money he has. It is indeed about "The Struggle". So fasten your seat belts - it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Listen out for Slim Mo's "The Struggle" on J.I.L. Records, as well as the upcoming P.C.P. compilation featuring Bayo (B.O.), G-Man, Damo-G and K.G. "The Paper Chasers!!