TEZ STL Shows An Inside Look Into His World In His New “Slum Baby Documentary”

St. Louis Artist TEZ STL premiers Slum Baby Documentary, executive produced by Grind Dont Stop Entertainment and directed by Nico Nel Media.

St. Louis Artist TEZ STL premiers Slum Baby Documentary, executive produced by Grind Dont Stop Entertainment and directed by Nico Nel Media. The short documentary premiered on the What’s Good Ent. Channel on Amazon Fire TV and Roku TV. The St. Louis Artist gives an inside look into his city, and speaks about his upbringing and overcoming poverty, his new path in music, and his latest project Slum Baby.

The  captivating documentary touches on the life of a rap star who grew up in poverty-stricken neighborhoods in St. Louis, Missouri. The film tells the story of the artist’s difficult upbringing, his struggles with poverty, and transitioning into music. Through the artist’s eyes, the documentary paints a vivid portrait of his journey. We hear stories from his earlier years in St. Louis, where he faced hardship on a daily basis. We also see how music became a source of escape and inspiration for him, and how he used his talent and perseverance to make a name for himself in the highly competitive world of rap music.

One of the most striking aspects of the documentary is the honesty with which the artist speaks about his struggles. He openly discusses his experiences with poverty, and how his challenges shaped him as a person and as an artist. It is a rare and refreshing glimpse into the life of a St. Louisan, and a reminder that even those who seem to have it all have faced significant obstacles along the way.

Another strength of the documentary is the way in which it highlights the importance of community and support. We see how the artist has used his platform to give back to his community and help others facing similar challenges. His latest body of work, Slum Baby, pays homage to those who grew up alike, and can be heard throughout the short film.

Overall, this documentary is a powerful and inspiring story of resilience and determination. It is a reminder that even in the face of adversity, it is possible to rise above one’s circumstances and achieve great things. I would highly recommend this film to anyone interested in music, the rap industry, or simply the human spirit.

The artist states “I had to pay homage to my city and to my circumstances.. This for everybody growing up like me.. Don’t just think you’re stuck because you’re living in these environments. Know there is always a way out”.

Watch the Official Trailer below

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