Pimp C almost wasn't on "Big Pimpin" due to a misunderstanding with a Jay-Z lyric and his loyalty to Tupac Shakur.
In more real hot girl sh*t news, the blessings continue to pour in for one of Hip-Hop’s hottest artists. The wife of the late Pimp C took to Instagram to congratulate the fellow Texan and revealed she has an extraordinary gift for her.
It’s a sad day for devoted UGK fans. According to Bun B’s wife, the archive of the music created by her husband and the late, great Pimp C were destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.
Whether he is rocking a purse or calling other male rappers sexy, Young Thug is good for staying in the news for questionable reasons. The widow of Pimp C is now calling Thugger out for name dropping her late great husband.
Big Boi keeps it southernplayalistic for the latest track from his Boomiverse album.
The late rapper/producer Pimp C‘s lyrics and other memorabilia will be preserved and displayed at Rice University starting January 31.
The late and always outspoken Pimp C didn’t like how Andre 3000 went about recording his verse on the classic “Int’l Players Anthem.” Wonder why?
2Pac is one of the most influential rappers of all time, but not just for his lyrics and image. It’s also because many rappers after him have tried to emulate the success he achieved due to going to prison.
Mass Appeal and Complex have joined forces to produce Long Live the Pimp, a new online documentary on the life of deceased rapper Pimp C, one-half of pioneering Southern Hip Hop group UGK.
Eight years to this very day, Pimp C would go to become a Hip-Hop martyr due to his untimely death at the age of 33. As one of the most trill, outspoken and talented individuals to ever grace the music scene, it truly is no surprise that his legacy his strong as ever even going […]
On the heels of rapper Rich Homie Quan suffering a massive seizure after allegedly hitting the lean hard, we take a look through the prescription-strength drug and its history.
It’s ironic that on December 4, a day we celebrate the birth of an MC many consider the GOAT, we also lament the lost of another star in his own right. Six years ago today, Hip-Hop lost one of it’s most polarizing figures in Chad “Pimp C” Butler, one half of rap duo UGK.