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Nas and Juicy J Streaming Track From Pimp C's Posthumous Album

11/19/2015
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(Radio.com) It's been nearly ten years since Pimp C died, and record label Mass Appeal has been working on putting together an album of his unreleased songs called Long Live the Pimp.

In addition to Lil Wayne providing a track, Nas and Juicy J collaborated for "Friends," which has a decidedly old school feel. Playing off the line, "With friends like that I don't need enemies," the lyrics bemoan those supposed friends who disappear during and after a jail sentence.

"No pictures, no commissary, money to eat / and now you think it's all good since I'm back on the streets," goes the track. Long Live the Pimp drops December 4. Listen to Nas and Juicy J do their thing here.

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