Slim Flex, Canada’s leading Afrobeat artist drops his highly anticipated new single & video, “Big Dreams” available now on all platforms. The single & visual encourages people to know that it is never too late and never worry about your current situation. The Canadian African Entertainment’s Artist of The Year, has made his mark as one of the top Afro-Urban artists in Canada. Slim’s love for performing music originated from his church roots in Ghana, West Africa.

ONETEN MAG: Please introduce yourselves to the readers: Slim Flex is an afrobeat artist from Ghana Based in Toronto Canada and managed by DietmonkeyEnt.

ONETEN MAG: How long have you been making music? Been singing since the age of 6 at my grandmother’s church in Africa. however, I have been doing professional music since 2004 and I dropped my first album (Royalty 2007)

ONETEN MAG: At what age did you start writing and making music? I started writing my own songs and actually wrote my first piece in the 5th grade. a song I used to represent my school at an inter-school competition. I recorded my first studio work in 2004

ONETEN MAG: How would you describe your music? I am a versatile artist, and it shows in my music. I don’t put myself into any particular category although I’m more known for my afrobeat side.. my content ranges from Love songs, party songs inspirational, and sometimes social justice issues.

ONETEN MAG: Who are your main musical influences? Due to my versatility, I have been influenced by a lot of great legends both from my country Ghana and beyond Ghana. Notable ones will be BOB MARLEY, Frankie Paul, Daddy Lumba (Ghana) CK Man (Ghana), and the best Fela Kuti.