A film about Northwest hip-hop from 2020
Sin The Slime
The Life of Sin
Sin The Slime wasn’t much on our radar before her nomination as “Top Rap Female” at 2020’s Seattle Sound Music Awards. In an interview about her moody and hypnotic breakout single, “Wristwatch,” Sin described the song’s meaning in terms we all find relatable this year: “The clock is not ticking. The time in my life right now is frozen.” The “PNW trap queen” explores the challenges of navigating the path to celebrity, fame, and fortune across the other songs on this nine-song debut album, often asking whether to assert independence or “stay in my lane” as she questions on “Sin Ratz.” Also some great features from Tuda and MBM Bama.
The Life of Sin was created in 2020 and features appearances from: