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Pimpton – Cunning Cupid ft. Malfunction [Video]

Regina, SKPimpton recently released new visuals for the track “Cunning Cupid” (featuring Malfunction) off the P-Man’s upcoming LP release, Killa Call Me Killa Vol. 2. The track was produced by Johnny Keys, and the video was directed by G-Dot and Pimpton. Check it out after the jump.

Pimpton - Cunning Cupid ft. Malfunction [Video] -

Pimpton is the king of turning up. He’s also the king of piff rap. But this joint comes at us with a much more laid-back vibe (shout-out to Johnny Keys for making a suave turn-up beat; by the way). Surprisingly, this track is not about drugs or turning up. It’s all about women. It’s also about this “Cunning Cupid” fellow (who was a bit of a jerk and shot Pimpton right in the middle of his heart).

So since cupid shot Pimpton, Pimp had to find a lady to help him sort his ish out. But we also know that women are all actually cunning little mini-cupids (aka: master manipulators). Ugh. The struggle. But Pimpton hits us with some great lines – and gets into some serious vagina worship: “P*ssy so good/ Make you work on the sabbath/ She a work of art/ Put that p*ssy on a canvas.” And then Pimpton’s fellow C.J.E. crewmate, Malfunction, comes in for his feature. Malfunction was based in Saskatchewan with the rest of the C.J.E. boys, but ended up moving over to Toronto. But he’s always fam. And so many good feelings happen (on my end, at least) when he links back up with Pimpton on a joint.

Twitter: @ThePimpton | @Malfunction92 | @GDotSolo

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