Slimpocket makes the Boston Globe

The 4 Rs

By June Wulff
Globe Staff / January 28, 2009

"There's alliteration and great sounds from this band billed as "4R music" of rap, reggae, rock, and R&B. Slimpocket - also described as six musicians with six different backgrounds - performs original music delivered by vocalist Jahganot, keyboardist Jeff Goldman, guitarist Goody, bassist Tom (a.k.a. 2%), drummer Saeed, and vocalist Rexi 45. On the band's website, Rexi's rap-style lyrics are described as calling out "the fraud and unrest of today's . . . politics of fear and lies." Let's check back with him in a few months to see if the new administration has changed his tune."

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January 24, 2008

Hip Pocket

What do you get when you throw together a couple of rappers, a few heavy rockers and a pair of jazz musicians? Usually mayhem, but not in the case of Slimpocket, the local band on stage this Saturday, Jan. 26 at the Pickled Onion on Rantoul Street in Beverly.

Slimpocket is known for performances where they belt out 4R music: rap, reggae, R&B and rock. Less known for their humility, the band has advised fans to see them now in small local clubs before they hit the big time and tickets to a show cost will you more than a week's pay. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. For information, call the Pickled Onion at 978-232-3973. Or for a preview of the band visit

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January 19, 2008

Slimpocket performed live at The International in Boston on Saturday, January 19. The show benefited Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

"Slimpocket performed at our Charity Event for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Numerous guests went out of their way to comment to us on how much they enjoyed the band! We can't thank Slimpocket enough for making this event a smashing success! Slimpocket was professional and easy to work with. We look forward to working with them again!"

-Casey and Christine, Drink 4 Pink Event Organizers

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Slimpocket's new single, "Got Something to Say", puts a great selection of guitar and vocal melodies into the new local reggae scene. It's edgy and emotional while completely cool and laid back. Slimpocket is informed with a smart message. Please play this track!