Celebrating hard work and determination, rapper Salma Slims’ new music video for “100 Racks” is a casual flexer's anthem. From working two jobs in Atlanta to going on tour with Madeintyo, Salma describes her come up as going “from 0 to 100.”
After gaining success as a rap artist, Salma headed to strip clubs like “Follies” and “Magic City” with her girls, inspiring her to write “100 Racks” from her 2016 EP Ghetto Girl Dream. “Everyone has that feeling when you get paid---especially in Atlanta,” the first lady of Private Club Records says, “It’s either you save your money or blow it all at the strip club.”
Salma is currently working on her next EP Left Out, set to drop this fall. “I named the project ‘Left Out’ because I feel like I work so hard, but I’m still heavily slept on,” she explains. “I often feel like I’m in the shadows of my collective, so it’s time to really prove I deserve attention in my own right as the first and only female of Private Club.”
For more of Salma Slims' music, check out her SoundCloud right here.
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