Pullin’ Me Back: Pimpton releases HearonTrackz EL-produced single featuring King Kwame
Regina-based recording artist Pimpton is back with another smash single off his upcoming project TUNNELZ produced by Chicago’s own HearonTrackz EL.
The catchy “Pullin’ me Back,” featuring King Kwame, brings a dark and ominous vibe, while Pimpton’s hook represents a call for resistance against being subdued by one’s inner demons.
Spotlighting various inner conflicts, Pimpton starts off his verse by suggesting that, although he has made many promises, he is still struggling with addiction and his vices.
“I thought I could change for my family/ But I ain’t no saint, I ain’t Latter Day,” he raps with conviction.
King Kwame’s feature verse is also heavy hearted but much more trapped out. It focuses on the hustler’s struggles and the conflict one feels when trying to to what is right, versus doing what it takes to get ahead in life; suggesting that the latter is often in direct competition with the former.
Check out the track below and stay tuned for TUNNELZ.
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