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SLIM DA BOSS'S BIO:
Slim Da Boss, better known as Henry Sanders, was born in Chicago, Illinois on April 8, 1984. He lived there until he was 12 and then relocated with his family to Jackson, Mississippi around the same time he became interested in rapping. After experiencing the shooting of his father and the birth of his oldest child, Slim decided that a typical "9 to 5" was not suitable. He and his peers formed the group Wild Life which was molded after the wild lifestyles they were living at the time. While further developing his "gift of gab" Slim was also developing his street creditabilty through his interactions with the streets. Slim's correlation with the streets introduced him to a number of individuals encouraging him to focus his attention on one of his main interests, rapping. After running into some bad luck and a heart breaking conversation with his oldest child, Slim decided that it was definitely time to make a change. Once he turned over leaf, he dedicated any free time to further perfecting his gift of gab. Along with the new lifestyle, Wild Life was transformed into Paper Chasin Money Gang (P.C.M.G.) with a new goal of ultimately "chasin paper" and securing a better life. Through a variety of jobs and many other circumstances in life, Slim continued to focus on his music. Due to being signed to a promoting agency, he was able to learn enough about the industry to create many opportunities for himself without the help of others. Once he cut ties with some untrustworthy individuals, Slim was able to link up with another one of Jackson's local artist, Cordaro, better known as Beezie.
Beezie, better known as Cordaro Foster, was born on September 26, 1986 in Durant, Mississippi. In 1992, his family relocated to Jackson, Mississippi where he has lived from age 6 until now. Beezie grew up in pretty standard circumstances. He was an athlete in school participating in a variet of sports such as football, baseball, basketball, and soccer. He begin gaining an interest in rap once he reached the 8th grade. At the young age of 14, Beezie was introduced to alternative means of making money. This introduction fascinated the young teen and led him to life in the streets. Beezie continued down this path until 2008. It was then that he realized that the street life is not as glamorous as it seems. This caused him to eventually become weary of the lifestyle. He then joined with a group of peers to create the entertainment group Blac Out Mob (B.O.M.). Beezie's interactions with Jackson's entertainment industry led to him eventually connecting with Slim Da Boss and the rest is history.
JOINT BIO FOR SLIM DA BOSS & BEEZIE:
Once the two united, they showed the city they were a force to be reckoned with. The duo worked together in many projects ultimately resulting in the release of N.F.L. on. December 12, 2012. The mixtape was Slim Da Boss's and Beezie's statement to the streets that they were "Never Fuckin Losin". They have performed at a number of shows together throughout Mississippi. They performed at Snow Weezy Club in Durant, Mississippi. They have also had shows at Safe House, West Lounge, Slick's Bar & Grill, Da Shak Bar & Grille, Main Event, Hal & Mal's, Level 3, Birdland and a number of Mississippi's other entertaining spots. They have also made radio appearances promoting their individual music as well as music they have collaberated with one another on. Along with the new year came a new image for Slim Da Boss and Beezie. They decided to merge P.C.M.G. and B.O.M. to create Blac Out Money Gang (B.O.M.G.) with the goal of releasing a mixtape entitled Blac Out Money Gang Family Dynasty in the early weeks of the summer of 2013.