When Pro links up with director Michael Artis, you’ve come to expect a well executed concept with a purpose. See Pro be menacing, check. Pro has to be reflective at times of the struggles he endured growing up, check. Slim Thug has to be billowing smoke out of that twangy barritone of his, check. “My Life” has everything that made Dangerous Minds an exemplary work for the H-Town native. Here’s hoping all the momentum goes forward and not in reverse.