Complex and Mass Appeal have come together to produce a nwe documentary that further explores the life of the late Pimp C, from his humble beginnings in Port Arthur to becoming a worldwide superstar. Also detailed in the documentary is Pimp C’s incarceration in 2002 and how he attempted to unify the South following his release with “Knockin’ Doorz Down.”
Throughou the Marcus A. Clarke-directed documentary, titled Long Live the Pimp, Chinara Butler, Mike Mo, Rico Wade, N.O. Joe, DJ Paul, Nas, Mike “5000” Watts, and others close to Pimp C reflect on his legacy and what he meant to the South and hip-hop culture.
After watching the documentary above, be sure to listen to Drake’s new song “Faithful” which features Pimp C, and grab Pimp C’s posthumously released album, also titled Long Live the Pimp, via Mass Appeal Records.
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