Slim da Mobster: Warning Shots

Dr. Dre's latest signing is actually Freeway Ricky Ross' nephew. The South Central native tells his story of going from runaway to living in a $2.5 house, and why one Miami rapper dishonored his fam.

Just as in the world of sports, Rap superstars need protection. For the top tier artists in the genre, it is not fear but strategy to flank yourself with talented-but-tough dudes that can watch your blindside, while simply allowing you to be great. Wayne Gretzky had Marty McSorley, Patrick Ewing had Charles Oakley, just as Jay-Z had Beanie Sigel.

Dr. Dre is preparing himself for a rare tour of duty when - and more importantly - if he releases Detox. The Compton veteran went from a bit of a loose cannon in the late '80s and early '90s to one of the most respected, corporate-friendly pop culture icons that Hip Hop has ever produced. With the game-clock ticking, Dre seeks brawny street protection for what may be his fourth quarter heroics.

Enter Slim da Mobster, the newest face to Aftermath. This South Central, Los Angeles emcee says that he went from practically prank-calling Dre in his early teens to soliciting a demo - and it worked. With "Mutha Fuckin Streets" , the Dre-produced, Glasses Malone-assisted reference track hitting the Internet in October, Slim became a newer name that the masses were curious about.

An inmate as recently as when the aforementioned single leaked, Slim gives HipHopDX one of his first interviews. Both fiery and jovial, Slim da Mobster is a character from his entrance. A neighborhood pillar of respect, the South Central rapper brandishes his speckled past with pride, but wants to positively affect ghetto youth. Freeway Ricky Ross' nephew bellows a hearty laugh after speaking about his seven-figure residence, but says he's used to money, as well as a product of "nothin'." Perhaps it's contradiction, perhaps it's the same qualities that have made 2Pac and KRS-One amazing characters of Rap.

Read Slim's accounts of meeting Dre (who visited Slim in jail), his views on his west coast Rap peers, and why the Carol City rapper who borrowed his uncle's name is not respected as a man or a rapper by the real Ross family.

Is your press bio reads, you were just driving by Dr. Dre's studio one day, and knew that's obviously where he worked, and you pulled over and decided to drop off a CD... can you tell me where your head was at that particular day that made you do that right then.
Slim da Mobster: Actually, that was my whole reason for coming outside that day. I knew [Dr. Dre] kind of through relatives and friends, but I never really knew him. I knew him, he knew who I was, but we never had a grown-man [conversation]. I had been trying to get at him for the longest. The craziest shit is that when Death Row [Records] was at they height and was the shit, I had stolen [Dr. Dre's] number out of my uncle's phone and called him. This is when niggas had Sky pagers and shit. [Laughs] The nigga called me back, [when he did], I was like, "Hey man, you gotta sign me!" [Laughs] He was like, "Call me when you turn 18." That whole day [I gave Dr. Dre my CD], all the things I had ever did became relevant. I always knew it was either him or nobody else.

DX: I'm curious to know... is your uncle somebody that is known in the music business?
Slim da Mobster: Yeah, you could say that. [Pauses, then laughs]

DX: Okay. Did you want to say who that is, or prefer not to?
Slim da Mobster: Um, everybody already knows my uncle is ["Freeway" Ricky Ross]. [But] I never told [Dr. Dre] that [Ricky Ross] was my uncle till I was damn-near signed. That never played no part in my shit. Everything that I got right now, I went and got it. Nothing was given to me; I had to take the shit.

DX: Flowing along with that, when you went to the studio that day... Dre is like George Lucas or the wizard of Oz. He's not somebody that you see on the street regularly. He's not somebody that's easy to get to, for artists, media, anybody. All that said, were you expecting the response you got off of a cold call? I mean, you wrote your info down on a lottery ticket. Was that a plan, or the only piece of paper you had?
Slim da Mobster: None of that was scripted. All that was mere coincidence. We ain't have nothin' else to write on; that was the only piece of paper we had, so that's where we was at. It was surreal to say the least. I didn't give him the [phone] number, I gave it to his security, because he only said something. He put his window down, he said somethin', I said somethin', and I gave my CD to his security. That was that. It's been on since that very day.

DX: The first record you ever bought was reportedly "Dope Man" by N.W.A., coincidence in of itself as well. Where would you say your influence comes from? All these years of dreamin', what's been in your CD collection?
Slim da Mobster: You know the craziest thing about me? My favorite rapper is [Notorious B.I.G.], and I'm from L.A., so that's kind of weird. But, you know how they say some killers listen to Classical music while they chop up bodies and shit like that? [Laughs] I like more soft, cool, mellow music. I hear Rap when I'm in the studio so much. I've got Usher's [Raymond v. Raymond] in my CD player right now and I don't think I took it out since I bought it. I like that CD a lot. Me, I find my motivation in the strangest things.

DX: I was looking at the DX archives. In February of 2008, we posted a Hussein Fatal, of The Outlawz fame, mixtape. It was wild to me to look back and see you there. Can you speak about your career prior to meeting Dre?
Slim da Mobster: I was knee-deep in the street, man. [Laughs] For real, I'm a factor in my neighborhood. The little kids know me, the old people know me, it's crazy. I feel like I've always been a star. Before the music I was hustlin'. I've been on my own since I was 14 years old, not because I didn't have a family, but just because when your mom tells you it's either her way or the highway, I took the highway. [Laughs] I'm a Sagittarius, so I'm somewhat stubborn in a way.

I never expected what I got now. I know I live better than 85% of the niggas that got records out. [Laughs] For real! I really came from nothin'.

DX: Along those lines, I spoke to Glasses Malone about this too, but how did your life change when "Mothafuckin' Streets" leaked late last year and the national and global fans heard you for the first time over Dr. Dre production?
Slim da Mobster: Huh. To be honest, I was in jail when that shit came out. [Laughs]

DX: Really?
Slim da Mobster: Yeah. [Laughs] I missed the whole buzz, everything. It was crazy, 'cause a lot of people in jail was comin' to jail like, "Yo, is your name Slim?" But I had the disadvantage of not being able to take advantage of it, feel me? Me and Glasses [Malone] 'bout to do a video to that, just a street video, just so you can see the visual. It sounds good, 'cause of the record, but you've got to see what we're talkin' about.

DX: You were in jail as your record rolled out. As a writer for Aftermath, can you speak about the authenticity you feel you bring?
Slim da Mobster: I ain't sayin' that Glasses ain't on what he say he on, but a lot of these dudes - and they know exactly who I'm talkin' about, these niggas ain't what they say they are. Nigga, you used to be a break-dancer. I ain't never been with all that. I've been from my block since I was 14. I got straight A's on my report card, and I ain't even been to school since I was 14. Ain't [mud] on my name, ain't no niggas ever gonna say, "he ran," "he's a bitch." Nah, niggas gonna be like, "I hate that nigga. He did this or that." There's no bullshit with me. The shit I talk about is really, really real, and that's what makes it so authentic. A lot of niggas know, and that's one of the things I think made Dre really like me. It's been a while since we had somebody's who really who they say they are. My tattoos ain't for fashion. This shit came with some shit. I done been stabbed, shot, all that. I done been robbed, kidnapped, everything you can imagine. For me, my story is serious. My mama was 14 when she had me. Even right now, I'm on my way to my block where I'm from. On Mother's Day, I bought buckets of roses. I gave them to every woman I [saw], even the little girls. That's just how it is where I'm from. That's the type of shit I've always been known for. Look, I ain't got no CDs out, don't got no mixtapes [for sale]...everything that I did, I gave up to do this. These other dudes, they ain't never been nobody.

There's two, maybe three people that's really eatin' out here right now. To me, that's selfish shit, 'cause when you go to New York, there's a lot of niggas out there, they all eatin'. Out here, one nigga get on, he don't want to see nobody else on. California's big, a selfish nigga will try to keep things to himself. When I look at these dudes and how they carry they self, it automatically lets me know that they ain't what they say they are, 'cause signs of a real nigga is not evident. Your background, where you come from, that's got a lot to say about who you are. Freeway Rick is my uncle. The reason these niggas is talkin' about money is they sold five, ten million ringtones. You wasn't talkin' money shit before! I been talkin' money shit since I was a youngster. Any nigga from my hood, my cut, my corner will tell you, since I was young, I've been out here havin' money, playin' around. Even the niggas that don't like me, the reason they don't like me is 'cause they know I've got heart. I don't need 10 million niggas to get an [enemy]. Fuck that, I'ma get you and mash, myself! And that's what it is. I got big-ass cribs. I got whips. With me, I've been everything that I say I am, and nothin' less. It's easy for a person with money to assume a position of power. But I was powerful when I ain't have nothin'.

DX: You haven't broadcast about your family ties, and plenty of rappers of recent have...
Slim da Mobster: I've been to jail for murder twice! [Laughs] So I've got an extensive criminal history. The police, they know me. They know me by name, by face. I ain't got no records out, I ain't got nothin' out. They know me from mothafuckas sayin', "It was him." [Laughs] I never want to portray somethin' that I'm not. That's why, when you listen to my music, you'll hear me talkin' about Crippin' and gangbangin' 'cause that's part of my past. I really did that shit. Ain't nobody got they hand in my pocket in the town. Ain't no "Suge Knight and Slim." [Laughs] Everybody that came from L.A. had a nigga in they pocket, that's why niggas don't like me. I'm my boss.

DX: You remember like I do, when kids in remote places were wearing L.A. Kings caps and Locs, and emulating the N.W.A. era, Chronic-era Los Angeles. I feel like South Central went ignored for close to a decade. With what you're doing, what Nipsey Hussle's doing, others, will we see a resurgence of South Central influence on the mainstream?
Slim da Mobster: Yeah. I'ma give 'em some whole other shit to look at. 'Cause ain't nobody being positive. I feel like I owe my community somethin' for all the shit that I done. A lot of these niggas, they don't give a fuck about that, because they've never done nothin' to affect their community in the first place - being good or bad. [Laughs] I'm workin' on some shit now called Safe Zone. I'ma put one in every [ghetto]. Where it's hard at, that's where I want to go - not just in California. Wherever it's hard, I'ma put a Safe Zone, where you ain't gotta worry about nothin'. Everything is there for you. That'll give kids the [assurance] that somebody gives a fuck. There were times where I felt like people didn't give a fuck. If I had somebody to talk to the day I ran away, I probably would have gone home. But being that I just had the niggas on the block to talk to, the reason that I'm out here, it feels a little strange.

DX: What do the last six months of 2010 hold for you? What are you plannin' right now?
Slim da Mobster: Man, well you know I just got this $2.5 million house, right? [Laughs hysterically] I'm out! I'm just tryin' to get Dre's [Detox] situated, that's been my main focus from day one. I don't really give a fuck about my record, I ain't started. When I get him right, then I'm right. I can think for myself, right now I got to think for us.

DX: Last question, since you brought up family... Ricky Ross was none too pleased with Rick Ross the rapper using his name without permission. He asked to have a meeting. As a relative in that same line of Rap work, how do you feel about him and Freeway using their names, and how does the family feel today, about the issue?
Slim da Mobster: Totally disrespectful. And it's become more disrespectful... like I said, a lot of these niggas ain't what they say they are. If you ain't a stand-up cat then don't use a stand-up guy's name. With me, strangely, I got my name from [notorious pimp and Blues vocalist] Fillmore Slim. That's another part of when I was out here in the street. A lot of these dudes, they confuse fact with fiction. They're so fictional, that they're willing to do anything for money. Me, myself, I'm not an anything-for-money type of nigga. I never had a job a day in my life! I never worked once. This the only job I ever had. Aftermath is my first and final job. So for me, it just be funny when I hear a nigga use somebody that I actually know's name and it comes to [known] for one, [Rick Ross] was a cop or a C.O., police, worker, whatever. Now you're confusing people with this picture you painted. That's like you painting a picture and me takin' credit for it. That's like your picture with my signature at the bottom of it. That ain't cool. When you've sat in prison for over 20 years for this shit, I don't want anybody using my name unless you're along those lines or you're of that caliber.

You know how they said Tupac [Shakur] became "Bishop" when he played the role [in Juice]? My mom told me this [about myself]: some of my friends call me "Slick," some of my friends call me "Slim," my mom calls me ["Anthony"], my son calls me "Dad." Through the course of being called all these names, I might tend to forget who the fuck I am. All these people make me who I am, but if I let one outweigh the other then I'ma be whichever one that is. So a mothafucka changes his name, and one or two million people know you as "Rick Ross," now you're really feelin' like, "Shit, mothafucka, my name [is] Rick Ross!" [Laughs] Really, you have no ties to this. That's how I look at these dudes: they're confused, they're searchin' for theyselves.

That's why I'm Slim da Mobster. I'm the coolest dude you'll ever meet, but like I said, I'm different things to different people. Some people, I can be the light of their day. Some people, I can be the biggest thing they didn't want to see. I'm here to be a positive influence, and I don't condone no acts of violence against anyone.


  • Dizam

    Wow FINALLY! it feels like I waited a life time for DOC to come out and give an interview like this. Now if only MC Ren would come out and do an interview.

  • RockJay

    I'm glad he's got fans on here that believes in him, but I stand by my statement. One, he will rot in the purgatory that is Aftermath and never release an album and if he does release an album, it will not sell. Your criminal ways does not make you dope rapper, no pub intended. So screw you if you think being a street punk entitles you to being a successful rapper. Your uncle just showed his bitch side by trying to sue the other Rick Ross, common, is that gangsta? and you, again, no sales for you. What was Dre thinking, signing this country bumpkin looking punk? Who's extorting Dre now, because there are quite a few rappers in LA he could have signed before this knucklehead. I will update this post in a year after he still hasn't sold records.

  • shwabster

    he may have been to jail but his music is lackluster

  • ahhyoo

    that track made me wannna take a shit....this ugly ass bert and ernie ass nigga gtfoh

  • t smizzy

    Regardless of what is the perception of Slim Da Mobsta...........the muthafucca soooo hard , all of yall real niccas will have the c d when it comes out, it aint been a cat out like this in a while, i heard it hands on, so all the other shiiiiit is for the birds....HE'S LEGIT, HE AINT TRYNA GANG BANG, PROCLAIM SOME SHIT HE AINT.............HE THE MUTHA FUCKING STREETS....... TRA

  • hoovman7

    squares hate real




    LMFAOO@this nigga hairline shaped like a frisbee GTFOH...nigga aint nobody buying yo album. That shit not coming off the wal-mart truck, much less a box...

  • Shadester tha Leaker

    From the Aftermath Vault recovery leaked!

  • Camouflage Camp

    So you've been to jail twice for murder, eh? Never worked a day in your life and don't bother to educate yourself? Well that's certainly something to brag about and shows a great example to your son.. If we lived in a backwards world, that is. Poor kid. Points for caring about and giving back to the community, but with all that pointless bragging and glorifying of violence you got going on, it all comes off very contradictory. Saying Ross and them confused; I agree, but check yoself!

    • Chacacon

      This guy is a cool cat. I was in the studio the other day and can promise you all. This nigga got some shit that's gonna blow y'all socks off! I been knowing the cat but never knew he was so dope so haters don't be so quick to hate on this cat. He will be big!!! Just wait,, November 8th get that War Music.

    • Gang Module

      First off you have no clue in what your saying, Slim Da Mobster and The Real Rick Ross are doing things in our community that are very real, speaking to kids at schools and YMCA's and giving back to a community from which they where made a product of society... Check yourself and your coments please your need to read between the lines and understand nobody here is glorifying anything illegal... Nobody commited any murders and Slim's sons are very well taken care of please keep the childrens name out of the posts and nobody here is poor especially the kids.....................

  • RockJay

    Another mistake/product of the ghetto. I'm I supposed to go buy your record when it comes out, because you were a punk ass knuckle head drug dealer? Lyrically, I don't hear anything and you're on a Dre track, not that the track sounds like anything. Dre gave you one of his throwaway from The Chronic. So the beat is almost older than you. The odds are stacked against you, in more ways than one. You don't have a buzz, so you gonna sit in that purgatory that is Aftermath, you will never come out. So keep whatever money you have now you punk bitch and hopefully you will raise your son better than you obviously crack head mother did you. Take him of the ghetto statistic path so he's not ending up in jail and growing up talking the same smack that you are.

    • Gang Module

      Another mistake/product of the ghetto. Your not supposed to do anything especially buy his record when it comes out, because you were a punk ass knuckle head blogger... Lyrically, Slim Da Mobster is the best he has the endorcments of Dre, M, 50, DOC, Snoop, Kurupt, and may others "he is a real MC", I have never heard anybody like him! Slim Da Mobster and Dr. Dre are a crazy combo, . Dre only does things the right way never has he gave Slim "one of his throwaway from The Chronic" you idiot. The odds are not stacked against him, in more ways than one he's living a live of a multi platinum artist with not a record out so he's doing something right. He don't have a buzz, becuase he does not want one yet, so he's gonna sit on the throne as a prince of Aftermath, you will never understand becuase you are a sheep a real product of the economy, we have not felt any part of this recession and he has not even come out. Please keep his mothers name and kids out of the blogs becuase you have no idea of what your talking about sounds like your on crack buddy!!!!

    • Mark Harris

      Nigga Quit hating

  • GA BOI

    so when they say freeway ricky ross..are they talkin bout freeway with jay-z or miami rick ross?

  • South LA

    Really? I'm tough, I sold drugs and shot people. Now I wish to make rap records about it. Original.

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  • ThisAJoke

    you im from southcentral and ive never heard of this nigga i feel him though that super gangsta shit is cool but bring more mello shit thats what we really need.

    • Gang Module

      Go to the hood bro, as anybody on any corner in the streets he's very well know any kid can tell you he probably gave them a skateboard or somekind of gift that what he does

  • Noid

    Why does this nigga look like a fuckin Pimp action figure? Pimpin slim with kung fu gangsta grip pimp cane and .22 sold separately . Dre can make any nigga a star I guess.

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  • amaru

    this nicca looks gay wearing racoon furs.....gtfoh

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  • TheVet

    Rapping real doesn't sell records, but REAL rappers do. While its always good that someone is really being themself (even if it's just Kanye being his version of what's REAL), you have to have the skill to accentuate the image. I like Slim's story, but keep rapping and improving. You're really not ready to rap yet. You want your rap style to be as provocative as your life. Otherwise you're real but you're still rapping a lie. Keep it all the way real with your style. It should be as original as you are, otherwise it's all fake. Dre needs to push the album back to further develop the new talent on this album. Potential is there, but there's no Snoop, Em', or Game. There's no 50 either. The New West ain't ready yet. The heart is there, but the innovation ain't. I'll wait. Otherwise, the New West will be waiting in the wings behind The Vets. Again.

  • Dj NZA

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  • problemz327

    Yawn...gang banging+drugs+guns+prison record+ drug hustler from the 80's with street cred =the future according to Dre?...

    • Gang Module

      OH okay well see what you thin son\on enough

    • occracle

      its true.. the guys lyrics are wak .. the guys name sux dick like hes insecure so he had to come out with an unoriginal name.. and this beat is garbage

  • Drucifer1983

    I never knew this guy was Freeway Ricks Nephew, he should work that to his advantage Start a battle with officer Ricky for some publicity, It might be the best shot he has at gettin an album out on Aftermath.........Then Again, Rick Ross last album didnt even go gold so maybe a Mobsta vs Ross battle would fall under the "If a tree falls in the woods and nobody hears it, did it make noise" category...... Oh well, just a thought

  • box

    slim the truth wonder why he ain't mention chocolate tho yell


    This interview is just like all the other rappers formerly signed to aftermath in the beginning.

    • DiVerSe S.K.E.

      not horrible...just nothing i would personally sign and put my name behind.good luck dude just needs to make "records" and develop his image 2/5 stars

  • Mytakeonthisshit

    I peeped homie shit... and didnt really see what the hype is about. Like some dude said, the nigga heavy in da streets and Dre needs some protection.

  • I'm at work and bored

    Dre: Yo Slim. You the Black Slim Shady, I'ma sign you to Aftermath Slim: Really? But Is my shit going to ever come out? Dre: ahahahaha, um yeah NO. I just need gangsters who's been to jail around me for protection and it makes me look hardcore. I got Em who sells Gazillion records even during the depression. Seriously, stop axing stupid questionz. Slim: well, can I at least be on Detox? Dre: Yes. you will be on detox on a song called "Gangsta Vs Gangsta Strippa" I was thinking you and The Game could rock on this joint Slim: That's cool Dre, what the hell happen with Bishop Lamont anyways? Dre: He actually thought his album was coming out on my label so i had to fire his ass for being so stupid. I don't like dreamers, I only dig realist and PERFECTIONIST. Slim: aight cool, throw in the beats head phones and we have a deal. Dre: DONE


    Wow... look at this niggaz lips... bigger than his hentire head!

  • murdock08

    looks like dave chapelle when he played sampson or whatever the name was

    • khordkutta

      "Doctor said I need a backiotomy" "He slept with my momma" "Lord if ya listening, HELP!!!" "Smell it though the bag baby"




    Wheres the fucking Roc Marciano interview? That dude's name should be blown up on sites like this for dropping a gritty classic album, and fuck this Slim dude, I went on YouTube to listen to some songs and he's Hot Garbagio.

    • DX Fam A Lam

      From April: We stay supporting Roc.

  • Ceazar

    That shit get a 100

  • Yo!

    Real recognize real. I see you Slim.

  • Da Illest

    Who cares how many drugs you hustled in the street? I want to know how many freestyle battles you have won to warrant some type of respect in the RAP GAME. I do agree that rappers shouldnt be making money off of real made gangsters. (etc. Gotti, Escobar and now Lil Wayne with Nino Brown moniker) Guys, stick to what you do best...just rap homie.

  • dtfrink

    Lets wait and see what he put out. He the next person to beef with rick ross the

  • jellybeanz

    face it dre fell the fuck off his ear for beats isnt the same, and his ear for new artists isnt the same

  • foreallydoe

    I've sold drugs. I've shot and been shot at. I have a gang of money. I'm in a gang. My uncle sold hella crack. Therefore you should buy my rap album. Thank you for your support.

  • ChiTownSS

    It's so funny how these people coming out talking about how REAL they are. Yeah real stupid. If youve done all those things you dont speak on it fool. But I guess you want to be your own hype man. The West got some great rappers reppin them, Snoop,Game,Cube,Nipsey, etc. This clown isnt going to add nothing different. he just want to get to "Rick Ross" spot on the charts. I listen to music that I can vibe with and understand. Its all about being a good story teller. thats why its called ENTERTAINMENT!

  • Truly Yrz

    Dre gave up Bishop Lamont for THIS GUY? That's a shame. At least Bishop gave a fuck about rap, though he talked as much shit.

  • RealNiggaShit

    this nigga come across as a real nigga. time will tell, niggas.


    He might be funny as fuck but he still a lil trick ass nigga goin double plastic wit his shit. Back to the corner hustlin vicodin nigga. do sumn productive

  • Dr. Deadbeat

    Slim's bringin' it Home to the WEST!!! This cat is REAL! & His Flo is smooth... Keep Up The Good Work Brother. Peace Bless Dr. Deadbeat

  • eL Tu

    hahah this nigga is funny ass fuck!!