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August 08/15/22, 2022
Slim Sly Slender\'s \ With experience as a career visual artist, singer-songwriter Slim Sly Slender sets himself apart from the rest! During a jam session in a warehouse, Slim had his musical awakening 10 years ago. It was that moment when the Baltimore, Maryland-based artist decided to take a giant leap into a new career. Now, Slim Sly Slender is gearing up to release his sixth album in eight years called Pay to Play. In the tracks on his new album, Slim explores the genres of his influences while adding his own flair to create a cohesive aesthetic. Listeners will hear just that with his three singles released from Pay to Play, titled “War Paint,” “The One That Didn’t Walk Away," and his most recent release “Black Charger.”

“Black Charger” was inspired by Slim’s commute to Washington, DC. “Having lived in the Baltimore/Washington area for many years this is something that I have learned to avoid if possible. It’s pretty crowded at the best of times and kind of a madhouse of the driving world at others” Slim explains. “I try to stay relaxed and on point in this driving environment and started to notice that when traffic got chaotic there was often an aggressive driver in a Black Dodge Charger involved.”

“Black Charger” mixes roots rock with indie pop and hip-hop, like a Beastie Boys meets John Lennon meets Steve Earle. The saxophone riffs in the track are bound to get stuck in any listener's ear. The verses break down to soft drums, rhythmic acoustic guitar, and a bouncing bass line to let Slim’s lyrics stand out. The organ pays homage to 60’s-70’s rock/roots rock music. “Black Charger” has a jam band vibe, that will have you making the “stank face” when listening. Listen to “Black Charger” on all music streaming platforms, and make sure to follow Slim on all socials to not miss any updates!

Listen here: https://open.spotify.com/track/7A4Mrx8QJv0MImRruMElbX?si=1b0730e8a4604018