Slim of the 90's R&B group, 112, is looking to make a comeback. The 37-year old former lead singer broke away from one of the hottest boy groups of all time, in 2008, and dropped his solo debut album Love's Crazy.  The album gave way to the hit single "So Fly," featuring Yung Joc and Shawty Lo, an the singer was back on the radio and in the club. Then in 2012 flexing his signature falsetto, he released the mixtape, "Crusin Da City Vol. 1", before taking a brief hiatus.

Now Slim is back with a new single and a soon-to-be released album.  According to thisisrnb.com, the former Bad Boy singer has some new material and ready for the world to hear it on his forthcoming album Re-fueled.  The lead off single, "Killin' Em Girl," was released yesterday and is reminiscent of the sexy R&B sound we're used to hearing from Slim.

The track is hot and is the first of many new joints from Slim and his new LP, which will hit stores May 13.  Slim said of his forthcoming project, “A timeless, eclectic body of work that everyone from age 8 to 80 can positively relate to." By the way, he and 112 are still making music together.  Matter of fact he's currently tour with them now!

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This year the famous quartet is celebrating their 20th anniversary and you can catch them live in Houston, Texas with Dru Hill at the performing at the Arena Theater Saturday April 2.  Click here for tickets and more details.  If that's not enough, 112 will join up with the entire Bad Boy family for a massive tour Diddy announced will jump-off this Summer. Don't worry, soon as they get the itinerary for that finalized, I will bring it to you.

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