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Premiere: CJE’s Pimpton and Killah Ralph explore sex culture & coming-of-age in new “Spray” video

Regina, SK – HipHopCanada has teamed up with CJE artists Pimpton and Killah Ralph to bring you the premiere of this brand new “Spray” video.

Directed by RoyalZ Productions and produced by Top Riley (aka: Suede), “Spray” explores the late night massage parlour culture in Saskatchewan, as well as that deep-rooted need within every pubescent boy to enter manhood and come-of-age sexually.

On that same tip, the video and song also mark another cherry-popping milestone that is Killah Ralph’s world premiere as a CJE artist.

Premiere: CJE's Pimpton & Killah Ralph come-of-age in this massage parlour

Never one to shy away from the illicit, Pimpton has always had a knack for exploring the sex and drug cultures that many artists try to avoid or struggle to convey. This particular track has that timely commentary on the underground sex culture. But it also shows the very relatable side of things, that is boys wanting to be men and wanting to get their first bone in.

Here’s what Pimpton had to say about this video: “The vision is basically two young boys seeking to become men, in the traditional sense. There are many late night massage parlours popping up in Saskatchewan. And many men of all ages use these facilities to live out sexual fantasies or simply to lose their virginities. So I decided to exploit that culture through the visuals. The song itself is really meant to be Killah Ralph’s introduction to the world as a CJE artist. The entire song was freestyled by both parties.”


Twitter: @ThePimpton | @StillTgoDBlazin

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Sarah Jay is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah is based in Calgary and works as a freelance journalist and photographer. Sarah is also a former A&R talent scout for the Universal Music Scouting Program, and runs a vintage store during the day. Sarah has juried the JUNO Awards, The Polaris Music Prize, and The Prism Prize. She has been fortunate enough to interview and photograph some of hip-hop's greatest influencers including Future, ScHoolboy Q, Ghostface Killah, Moka Only, Maestro Fresh Wes, Shad, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, and more. Follow Sarah on Twitter: @ThisIsSarahJay

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