Music Video Monday: Kingpin Skinny Pimp

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Music Video Monday is in throwback mode.

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Earlier this year, Memphis rap titan Kingpin Skinny Pimp revisited an entry in his legendary discography. "Nobody Crosses Me" comes from the 1996 album King of Da Playaz Ball. The Kingpin created this video with the help of Memphis Visuals, which includes cameos by Lil Wyte and extensive video samples from the film "Nobody Crosses Me" used audio samples from, the 1983 Brian De Palma/Al Pacino collaboration Scarface. Get crunk!


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