If you're still in #SMH mode over the recent news that Atlanta rapper Slim Dunkin reportedly died over a piece of candy, here's something specifically packaged to incite more head bobbing.
Of course, the post-mortem release is as timeless as Tupac Shakur. But because Dunkin was still an unsigned artist and second-tier soldier on the come-up, this mixtape tribute isn't a full-blown release as much as it is a streetside liquor-pouring session. The Dunkumentary is chock full of mostly pre-released material featuring Slim Dunkin alongside compadres-in-rhyme, Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane, in addition to appearances from Rocko, Roscoe Dash, Alley Boy, Trouble, and more. It comes courtesy Traps-N-Trunks and Ms. Rivercity — the Ozone magazine writer/publicist whose 2010 interview footage with Dunkin eerily foreshadowed his senseless death.
The mixtape's intro actually mixes Channel 2 news footage reporting on Dunkin's death with interview clips of him talking about his five-year plan for the future — if, he states, he doesn't end up dead first. It's equally odd listening to Dunkin rap about the live-fast-die-young lifestyle he represented on tape knowing that he tragically reaped it in the end. #RIP
Dunkin's suspected assailant surrendered to Atlanta police earlier this week.
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