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GiNZ – #PMD (Prod. EZ-A) [Audio]

Toronto, ONGiNZ recently linked up with EZ-A (who is GiNZ’s producing partner-in-crime) to bring us this new party track titled “#PMD.” “PMD” stands for “Pind Mitran De,” which is the Punjabi song sample you’ll hear on the beat.

I was wondering what exactly “pind mitran de” meant. So I asked GiNZ. Here’s what he told me: “He’s tellin’ shortie that when she comes to his town, she better break it down on the dancefloor.” This was basically the most solid GiNZ explanation ever. Peep the track below.

GiNZ - #PMD (Prod. EZ-A) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

GiNZ gets down and dirty on this track. Within the first 10 seconds of the song, he’s already like, “I’m ‘a need to see her get her ass on the floor” (which is totally on-point with the “pind mitran de” explanation I was given). Then EZ-A’s #PMD beat drops. GiNZ calls out his fellow rappers, claims his reign as a “king amongst peasants,” and muses on fornicating with some other guy’s girl.

But it’s not all crass and ass. GiNZ delivers a solid line about drinking red wine from a golden chalice. A GOLDEN CHALICE, people! Also, that G.o.T reference that happened after that line was delightful.

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