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The Video:

In late January, SL Jones released his latest EP, the first of what will be a string of releases for 2013, Trapper's Delight. The tape, released in conjuction with LiveMixtapes, is produced entirely by Alabama producer M16 and hosted by Hoodrich/Grand Hustle DJ, DJ MLK. Since release, Jones has stayed busy releasing new visuals, including a video for tape opener "Let'm Talk," and with a string of tour dates forthcoming, the accolades continue to roll in, including a recent feature in XXL Magazine's The Come Up. Today, Jones is releasing the tape's newest video, for the single "Flexin N Finessin."

Jones explores melody throughout Trapper's Delight – it's something that the Little Rock rapper has done increasingly on his tapes – and "Flexin N Finessin," quickly becoming a fan-favorite from the EP, finds SL's flow at its most bouncy, as he flips between rap and sing-song flows across the track's verses. The content has remained hardened though, and with the video for "Flexin," directed by Signal Point Studios and premiered today by TrillHD, fits the track's theme well, playing out against the backdrop of a robbery set-up. "People play a lotta different roles in the street," explains Jones of what inspired both the song and direction of the video. "Your friends can be worse than your enemies. Just ask any street nigga who's ever been wronged; more than likely it was probably somebody they know that did it to them.

Watch the video for "Flexin N Finessin":

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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. To start 2013, SL Jones released a new EP, Trapper's Delight, produced by M16 and hosted by Hoodrich/Grand Hustle's DJ MLK, which is out now via LiveMixtapes.


"Flexin N Finessin":

"Let'm Talk":

Trapper's Delight:

"Just Like That":

3 Little Digs Interview ":

"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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