Back in February, Slim Thug released his newest body of work, Where Dreams Are Made, which is a nine-song effort geared primarily towards women, and it is the first of its kind. Earlier this week (March 2), an official visual for SDS Fly from that project was released. It references his nickname, Suga Daddy Slim, and exhibits a level of confidence and swag that has made him one of Houston’s most famous rappers.
It was DJ Young Samm who supplied the accompanying video for “SDS Fly” that begins with Slim bringing up an old-school Cadillac at an unknown location at the beginning of the clip. As you can see from the rest of the video, Slim Thug is enjoying a late night with a couple of ladies during the event.
As with BIGslim in 2022, Where Dreams Are Made features 10 tracks and is the follow-up to his collaboration with frequent collaborator and fellow Texan Le$, who appeared on the release. He also contributed his special style of bars to a number of other songs in that same year, including Blackmail “Blow Out Ya Brains,” Charlene Renee “On Pimpin,” and Propain “Gangsta.”
It has been reported previously that Thug was one of many who were affected by COVID-19 during the peak of the pandemic and he was one of those who passed away. As soon as the rapper realized he had contracted the virus, Slim Thug sent out a message to his fans, letting them know that he was coming out of the illness. You have to take this stuff seriously, y’all. On social media, he warned the public to stay at home, to keep themselves in self-quarantine, to not go out for however long they asked. “I would advise you to go to a doctor if you’re suffering from symptoms or if you’re feeling sick… There is no doubt that y’all ought to take it seriously, it’s a real thing out here.”