Upcoming afro-beats artist films music video at Preston Docks

Posted on - 6th April, 2021 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Ashton-on-Ribble, Music, Nightlife, People, Preston Docks, Preston News, Riversway, Videos

Slim Deezi, an upcoming music artist who has lived in Preston all his life has recently filmed a music video featuring Preston Docks in the background. The afro-beats pop artist said the film was made at the Docks ‘due to the history and attachment locals have to the area.’


His first produced video, titled Introduction was first released on YouTube in early March since then it has gained almost 4.5k views. The title was set to introduce himself as a new artist to the music world.

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Throughout the video Slim has chosen to stay anonymous, wearing full black and remaining masked. Blog Preston have been told this was to ensure viewers had no pre-conception as to Slims identity in his first video.

Producers of the video Sicario said: “Artist Slim wanted to remain anonymous in his first video as his physical appearance does not necessarily suggest he is in fact of mixed race heritage, with his grandfather being part of the Windrush generation.”

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Slim’s future plans include featuring more local artists in his upcoming tracks as he said: “The local scene is bubbling now, there is a positive community and all it can do is grow. Manchester, Liverpool and London have done it so why can’t Preston?”

Coming up, Slim intends to release singles collaborating with Mench from Beats 103 Radio Preston and LB, both Preston locals with great passion for the music industry.

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Sicario, a Preston based visual expert who has helped Slim Deezi in the production of his track said about Slim: “Local lad, he has got a lot of talent. New up and coming a lot of hit tracks recorded due to be released.”

The artist has also attracted support from ‘local legend and generous business man’ Andy Mac who supported the public during lockdown with his 1p meals. The owner of Ships and Giggles pub will be providing the artists with opportunity to film their videos in his venue, a COVID secure environment before he reopens in June.

Slim and Sicario have advised music fans to look out for future dancehall, afrobeat club events including live performances from Slim Deezi himself.

You can see more of Slim Deezi and Sicario on their social media pages.

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