How to Survive in a Recession


by Slim Thug
Release Date: July 23, 2012
ISBN: 9780985085308  

How to survive in a recession is the financial expertise of rapper Slim Thug, and his experiences that shaped his savvy.  It is a raw and candid perspective of money management from a heavy weight contender in the hip hop industry.  Slim Thug lets his fans know that it isn’t cool to blow money despite the get money, get more bling face of hip hop.  He teaches the up and coming rap artist to make good deals, save more money and invest in the future.  Rapping is not just a Hustle, it’s a means to a productive end that will give way to a better and more financially secure future.



Slim Thug has reached a great deal of local and national success through his music career. Thug's debut album, Already Platinum was released in July 2005, It premiered at #2 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and sold 130,000 copies in its first week. Thug has worked with some of the top artists in the entertainment industry, including but not limited to Bun B, Beyonce, T.I., Mike Jones, B.O.B, and Gwen Stefani. If you are not familiar with the Houston rapper, it would come as a grand surprise, Thug's accomplishments in music have gained him nominations of some of the top music awards on an international level: MTV AWARDS, BET AWARDS, and VIBE AWARDS, to name a few. Thug is embarking on a new venture in his career: becoming an author, "We as a black (urban youth) people don't really have an urban like Suze Orman who speaks to people about finances that teaches them about their money and how to save up and invest." - Slim Thug. With the publications of his new book, his music following and fan base will be able to experience a new dynamic that is, Slim Thug.


The 47 page e-book offers an entertaining prospective into the mind of an independent artist who managed to carve out his own very comfortable financial niche amongst hip-hop s financial elite. The self-proclaimed Black Suze Orman offers sound financial advice in the humerous tone fans have come to recognize via Thugga s lyrical wordplay and re-tweetable Twitter commentaries.
— MTV News
OutlierSavina Deianova