Slimflex rolls out the highly anticipated music video for his smash hit single “Whine For Me.”

Making its radio premiere last week on Toronto’s Vibe105, Canadian-Ghanaian recording artist “Slimflex” has been pushing his single “Whine For Me” to the afro-caribbean communities across Canada and Africa.

A part of Toronto Record Label “Diet Monkey’s” Afro Vibes Compilation, Volume 1, his song is featured with other uprising acts from both Canada and Jamaica such as Cee Gee, D Will, Fire Lion, Asham (Gyal Idiot), Pink Boss and Nana Ice.

With the diversity of sounds and lyrical content heard in “Whine For Me”,  the afrobeat / dancehall fused single creates a feel good vibe that lovers of caribbean, african and Jamaican music can enjoy.

The video (which premiered today exclusively on the Caribbean’s premier entertainment website “The Tropixs”) represents the nature of the song highlighting African dancing, colours and energy.

Recently, Slimflex signed with Diet Monkey and continues to create feel good music for his fans. With “Whine for me” showing such promise, the artist has an hopeful future. Tonight the artist performs at Lula Lounge for the 3rd Annual “I Love Afrobeat” event, a showcase which is apart of Canadian Music Week.

More About Diet Monkey:

Established in 2008, Diet Monkey is a record label and talent management agency based in Toronto, Canada. With a combined 20 years experience amongst the team and extended partners, their mission is to utilize their experience and help fuse the African culture in Canada and combine it with the rest of Canada’s diverse market.


Founded by Richard Dawkins, “Diet Monkey” was created after realizing that a lot of upcoming artists were lacking the knowledge on how to market and promote themselves. Starting out in Event production, Diet Monkey presented their first event in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica which highlighted both local and Canadian acts with Anthony B and Singer J being their major acts.

Overtime, the company’s structure grew and their involvement in Toronto’s growing music industry became more prominent. Spearheaded by Richard Dawkins, Richard became more involved within the african community and shifted his focus towards finding ways to combine both his Jamaican Heritage and African roots within his business structure. Diet Monkey has now joined other prominent businesses in the African music community to represent the afrobeat genre during Canadian Music Week. “ I Love Afrobeats” is an event that raises awareness to the genre and its sub genres while showcasing its growth and involvement in today’s music scene.

Making their official debut, Diet Monkey has launched their Record Label with their self titled riddim project which features Canadian and Jamaican talents, announcing the signing of Canadian/African artist “Slimflex”.   

For more music from this project, check out the “DIET MONKEY RIDDIM”