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The Song:

On January 23rd, SL Jones will release his new EP, Trapper's Delight. The seven-track project will be produced entirely by M16, the Alabama producer best known for producing tracks like "Duffle Bag Boy" by Playaz Circle, Young Jeezy's "I Do" Ft. Jay-Z & Andre 3000, and Yelawolf's Heart Of Dixie mixtape, and the tape, to be released exclusively via LiveMixtapes, will be hosted by Hoodrich/Grand Hustle's DJ MLK.

The first leak from Trapper's Delight is tape opener "Let'm Talk," premiered today by XXL Magazine. The song, an opening statement for the tape, is the first track that Jones and M16 recorded for Trapper's Delight, and also one of the very first songs penned following the release of SL's Paraphernalia mixtape. And while that previous tape was dark and inward-looking, often dissecting Jones' legal battles and life's resulting complications, "Let'm Talk" – and Trapper's Delight as a whole – offers a more triumphant, brash outlook on the world – the storm clouds are starting to clear; the positives still outweigh the negatives.

"It's about overcoming adversity to come out on top," explains SL of the song, built around M16's brooding, arching beat. "Good or bad – right or wrong – people are always gonna have something to say about you, about what you're trying to accomplish. Negativity is a distraction from what you should really be focused on: self-improvement."

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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. In 2012, SL Jones released Paraphernalia, a collaborative effort with producer DJ Burn One that included features from Freddie Gibbs, Rittz, and more, and now, on January 23rd, SL Jones will released a new EP, Trapper's Delight, produced by M16 and hosted by Hoodrich/Grand Hustle's DJ MLK.


"Let'm Talk":

"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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