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Critical Praise for SL Jones:

"Paraphernalia, an expertly crafted piece of Southern-fried hip-hop."
- Complex

"My best advice is not to sleep on Paraphernalia." - The Smoking Section

"Paraphernalia is like spending the day at a barbecue. There's soulful lyricism and... stoned throwback organic funk." - RCRD LBL

"Paraphernalia boasts variety, songcraft and attention to detail, a tough trifecta to find."

The Song:

In late spring, SL Jones released Paraphernalia, his collaborative mixtape with DJ Burn One, and with that project, the Little Rock rapper and Atlanta producer solidified themselves as two of the most promising young artists around. Since release, SL and Burn One have brought their music on the road while also releasing a string of new videos from the project, and now, as each of them plans a variety of new projects, the two are giving fans one last treat from Paraphernalia, a remix for the fan-favorite "T.H.C." The remix features ST 2 Lettaz (formerly of G-Side), Scotty, and Deniro Farrar.

The original version of "T.H.C." offered fans an at-times-defiant, at-times-melancholic breakdown on what it means to hustle, and while the beat and SL's crooned hook remain the same, the track is full of new verses, kicked off with a fresh take from SL, as he breaks down his cyclical, familial relationship with hustling. "Feds got me on them papers, call it federal vacation/ Uncle taught me how to hustle, call it special education," raps SL. "Cousins taught me how to bang, that's a family demonstration/ Then I taught my little brother, he's another bad creation."

"The original version of the song was inspired by the hustle, so I didn't wanna stray away from that with the remix," explains SL, noting that, because each of the four rappers come from different backgrounds, each was able to offer a unique and varied take on the subject and the severities that can come with it. "It's so easy to get lost in the struggle because it only takes one mistake – one wrong move – and your freedom or life can be taken away from you," says Jones. "The reality of it all is that the odds don't matter until it's too late, so you play the game 'til it catches up with you."

Download the "T.H.C." remix here:

Download Paraphernalia here:

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The Background:

With the Rock on his back and a Razorbacks fitted cocked just so on his dome, Little Rock, Arkansas, rapper SL Jones first hit the scene as part of Killer Mike's Grind Time Rap Gang, releasing his now-classic C.O.L.O.R.S. (Bangin' On Wax) mixtape. It wasn't long after that SL knew he had to strike out on his own, and beginning in 2011 he did just that, starting with the release of The Number 23, hosted by Don Cannon. Closing out 2011, SL Jones released his Flight Risk mixtape, and together, the two mixtapes garnered strong reviews from XXL Magazine and Atlanta's leading alternative weekly, Creative Loafing, while earning the young gunner accolades from FADER, Complex, The Source, HipHopDX, The Smoking Section, Nah Right, RCRD LBL, Dirty Glove Bastard, and more, including a sit down with MTV News' Mixtape Daily and a nationally televised "On Deck" feature with MTV2's Sucker Free. Now, SL Jones is excited to release his latest mixtape, Paraphernalia, a collaborative effort with producer DJ Burn One that includes features from Freddie Gibbs, Rittz, and more.


"T.H.C." (Remix):

"HellaTrill AF":

"Training Day":




"M.E.M.P.H.I.S." Ft. Freddie Gibbs:

"M.D.M.A." Ft. Rittz & Ebony Love:

"Dope Man":


"Wave Runner":

"Actin' Bad" Video:

The Number 23: S.L.A.B. Edition

Flight Risk Mixtape:

"Actin' Bad":

"Gas Station" Prod. By Young L:


"Paper Cuts":

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