Pimp C’s Son Chad Butler Jr. Drops “Trust Nobody” With Mike Dean
Pimp C's son Chad Butler Jr. is carrying the torch for his late father. For his latest track, he teams up with Houston legend Mike Dean on the song "Trust Nobody."
Young Chad has been coming into his own since following in the footsteps of the Underground King. On the new track, he spits that Texas lingo over a mellow Dean instrumental. "All you niggas steady talking 'bout that action/When some shit goes down turn out you acting/Nigga you fake/That's why I don't trust nobody," he raps on the chorus.
CB Jr's father, who passed away back in 2007, is gone but not forgotten. Back in April Mass Appeal teamed up with Complex to produce a documentary titled Love Live the Pimp.
The documentary compiles interviews with Bun B, Nas, David Banner, Jazze Pha, Paul Wall, DJ DMD and many more to tell the story of Pimp C. Close friends help paint the picture of Pimp’s early life and introduction to the rap game.
A gem of the documentary comes when Bun B details how the UGK legacy almost ended before it ever started. Bun explained that he and Pimp C had a mindset of giving rap a shot for one year before moving on if nothing came of it. Just four weeks away from calling it quits, UGK got a record deal and embarked on their legendary career.
Listen to "Trust Nobody," above.
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