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Slinky B. Esquire


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The best kept secret in music


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Current project: Ace of Diamonds

Featuring tracks such as Back It Up, Tell Me Why, and Take You Home Tonight

The M.O. Collection (2005)
- Go Crazy
- You Know
- Fly as a Muuuuufu**aaaa

Prince of the City (Golden Child)(2006)
- Get Money

Best of Plus Mo (2006)
- Supastars


Feeling a bit camera shy


Slink'B entered the industry with live performances, mixtape features, compilation tracks and online rap videos that earned him a reputation as a talented young artist in the hip hop world. A Toronto, CA native, he started freestyling at 14 hanging out with the east end crew Amazon Fam led by his older cousin, underground DJ/Producer Noodal GrandStyle. Fellow emcees and 'partners-in-crime' Golden Child and Plus Mo completed the trio crew Teflon, establishing the strongest new rap presence in the local urban scene.

In 2005 he co-founded MO Records, delivering the double-disc "The M.O. Collection", featuring such hits as "Come Home Wit Me", Plus Mo's "Don't Stop", and Golden Child's "Street Song", which recieved high praise in the industry and strong radio spins for the summer of '05. The album went on to sell close to 1500 copies without ever hitting stores. The group has since done numerous shows, appearing at the Urban Showcase Concert for Canadian Music Week, Dame Dash/VIBE magazine's "How Can I Be Down" conference, opening the 10th Anniversary show for hit R&B group 112, and continuing to build fans by playing college and underground hip hop /alternative venues.

A self-described "beat junkie", Slink's musical influences include A Tribe Called Quest, Snoop Dogg, jazz greats such as Chick Coreia and Miles Davis, and soul pioneers like Roy Ayers and Issac Hayes. A musician by nature, he played piano by age 8, and drum set by age 12. During his mid-teens he was the rhythm behind the jazz combo Saxcessories, recording two CDs before the group disbanded. Leaving his aspriations of working as a professional musician behind, he went on to study Management at Ryerson University, continuing to write, record and perform as a hip hop artist outside the classroom.

These days, Slink has come to be known as one to watch for mainstream success, aligning MO Records with a team of powerhouse producers and beatmakers to record his upcoming debut album, "Ace of Diamonds". His style is a unique blend of rhythmic wordplay and vivid imagery paired with melodic hooks that make an impact with listeners of any background. "I'm just making the music I like, stuff I'd listen to", the smooth-talking rapper said in a 2006 interview with Ryerson University newspaper The EyeOpener. "This is my sound, that hot new sh*t that people like me can get down with. They just gotta hear it, gotta see it. At the end of the day, I'll keep doin my thing."