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Slim is the long time lead vocalist of the popular Grammy winning R&B vocal group 112, who emerged in the late 1990s as part of Sean Puffy Combs Bad Boy empire and became one of the top selling groups of their generation, selling millions of albums and scoring 14 R&B chart records including 7 Top Ten hits. Riding this wave of success, Slim also embarked on a solo career, scoring a hit of his own with So Fly and an underground smash collaboration with Fabolous on Good Lovin.
Refueled is Slim's long awaited second solo album. His distinctive one of a kind vocals are joined by special guests like hot new chart topping rapper Rich Homie Quan and former Bad Boy legend Mase. The album features Slim's trademark mix of dance beats and creamy love sexy ballads which will be a must have for all 112 fans and Slim die hards.
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1. Forever: I was a bit disappointed that the album started out with a song that features someone other than Slim on the very first verse. While I do like the song, I feel this song maybe should have been placed in the middle.
2. Never Break Up: This song is pretty catchy. When I found out that Slim was doing a song with Rich Homie Quan, I didn’t really know what to expect. Glad to see that my fears were unfounded.
3. Killin ‘Em Girl: Mase was almost unrecognizable in this song. I understand the “BadBoy Records” loyalty, but this song would have been so much better if he would have been left off of it.
4. Truth Is: I absolutely love the chorus on this song. This song is definitely classic Slim. It reminds me of a song that he would have done with the group 112.
5. Drug: I honestly liked this song, but my husband was walking my when I was listening to it, and he said I am forbidden from listening to it, lol. Honestly, though, this is a smooth, “sexy” song.
6. Take You Down: This song is also very sex-driven, but it definitely included more profanity than I was used to from Slim. Still a nice song, though.
7. Hey You: I didn’t really care for this song. My main thought while listening to this song was “Do people still say ‘What it do?’” It made me wonder how old this song was.
8. Ain’t Going Nowhere: The instrumental on this reminds me a great deal of “Nobody Knows” by The Tony Rich Project. This is a really smooth song.
9. Head in the Clouds: This is by far my favorite song on album! This is actually one of my favorite Slim songs ever now. It’s one of those songs that just make you feel good when you are listening to it.
10. Ready to Fall: This was a nice song to end the album on. It is my second favorite song on the album. I definitely connected to this song because I’ve definitely felt the way this song describes.
Conclusion: All in all this was a pretty solid album from Slim. My only real complaint is it is just too short!! Can’t wait until the next offering from Slim.