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Paul Wall grew up in Houston with a devout passion for music. Wall was one of Texas’s most successful independent musicians, with releases like “The Chick Magnet, “How to Be a Player,” and his group albums with fellow Texan Chamillionaire such as Get Ya Mind Correct and Controversy Sells. His independent success earned him a major record deal with Swisha House Records‘ joint venture with Atlantic Records. Wall’s 2005 national debut The People’s Champ debuted on Billboard Magazine’s Top 200 in the first spot and quickly reached platinum status. Paul Wall was instrumental in taking Texas hip-hop to the national level. His 2007 release Get Money Stay True debuted as the #1 Rap Album in Billboard. His 2007 Honda Civic Tour with Fall Out Boy widely expanded his fan base, as well as the 2006 Dub Car Show Tour. In 2005 Wall was nominated for a Grammy with the #1 song “Grillz” along with Nelly, Ali and Gipp. The song sparked a global trend for the diamond encrusted gold caps for which Paul is famous for making and selling to various celebrities that include Kanye West, Diddy, Shaq, Lil Jon, and many others. Wall also modeled in the national campaign for Reebok‘s Arctic 5 shoe and also for Avirex Clothing throughout 2007. Paul Wall is also the founder of the Expensive Taste clothing line.
Texas rap kingpin Paul Wall is back with his new album, slab god. This album finds the Houston representative, who’s been dubbed the “Hip-Hop Dentist” with a successful business as a jeweler making custom grills, giving a nod to the slab/car culture in Houston, TX. With descriptive lyrics delivered with Southern twang and the funk/soul-inspi
Following the Release of His slab god Album, the TX Rap Kingpin Celebrates Slab Culture With a Smooth Visual
Snoop Dogg, Devin the Dude, Curren$y, Trae Tha Truth Contribute to the Rapper’s Ode to Houston Car Culture, Debuted by VIBE
The Texas Rap Legend Shares Smooth Second Single, Talks slab god Album and Timeless Raps With Noisey
Inspired by Houston Car Culture, XXL Shares the Album’s Tracklist, Boasting Features From Devin the Dude, Trae Tha Truth, Lil Keke, Snoop Dogg