Slim Jesus, a 18-year-old Hamilton, Ohio native, released "Drill Time" plus the accompany video in August. By September the song went viral. At press time, "Drill TIme" has over 4.5 million views on YouTube. Slim
recently said in an interview that he makes drill music because that's what he listens to regularly, especially Keef, Lil Bibby and Lil Herb. One vocal supporter of Slim Jesus is former
XXL Freshman Lil Bibby. Bibby posted the "Drill Time" video on Twitter right as it was beginning to blow up.

But as the popularity of the video has grown, so has the criticism. The "Drill Time" video in particular shows Slim and his crew, who all look like their 15-years-old, carrying heavy artillery and boasting about it. However, in the beginning of the visual there is a disclaimer that says that all the illegal substances and guns in the music video are just props. Chicago rapper Lil Mister released a diss track aimed at Jesus claiming Slim stole Chief Keef's sound. Ben Sommers, a white rapper from Tulsa, Ok. also dissed Slim with "Shots at Slim," accusing the "Drill Time" rapper of using BB guns in the video.

What do you think of "Drill Time" and is Slim Jesus good for hip-hop? Read more about him here and leave your thoughts in the comment section.