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Pimpton – All Men Are Mortal (Prod. K.E. On The Track) [Audio]

Regina, SK – The homeboy Pimpton (of C.J.E.) just hit us hard with one of his gnarliest joints, yet. The track is entitled “All Men Are Mortal.” It’s one-part monologue, and one-part deep Pimpton introspection about life and death.

Basically, what it all boils down to is that we’re all going to die. And consequently, we’re all on an equal playing field – regardless of how successful or famous we become, we’re all mortal. So Pimpton puts prayers out into the universe that he may build a legacy that surpasses his own inevitable death. Side note: I’m sorry this post uses so many big words. It’s just that kind of a joint. ‘Na mean? Big words. Big thoughts. Big feelings. Big bumpin’ good look on Pimpton. The track was produced by K.E. On The Track. Check it below.


Pimpton - All Men Are Mortal (Prod. K.E. On The Track) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

It feels like Pimpton is still riding the wave of success from his MuchVibe-listed “Pom Pom Wit Killa” video. That particular video was a much darker look for Pimpton. And it worked. This track takes us a few steps farther away from Pimpton’s trappy weed-rap M.O., and a few steps towards a brand of introspective raps that rolls deeper than the Pacific.

Side note: I’m still doing that “Lord I pray!” hook. It is pure gold.

Twitter: @ThePimpton | @_KEOnTheTrack

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Sarah Sussman is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah is a born-and-raised Calgarian who works as a freelance writer, photographer, and A&R talent scout for Universal Music. During the day, she runs a vintage clothing boutique on 17th Avenue called Used House of Vintage. Sarah graduated from SAIT Polytechnic's journalism diploma program in 2013 and has been writing about Canadian hip-hop since 2012. Sarah has written for The Yellow Pages Group, The Weal, Where Calgary, Essential Calgary, and Our Alberta. Sarah started working with HipHopCanada in January 2013 as the Regional Prairies Editor. She has been fortunate enough to interview and photograph some of hip-hop's greatest influencers including Rich Homie Quan, Action Bronson, Smoke DZA, Future, MGK, Ghostface Killah, Moka Only, Maestro Fresh Wes, Shad, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, Maseo (De La Soul), Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), and more. Follow Sarah on Twitter: @IHeartTART

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