Memphis native June takes a page out of the Southern rap playbook on his new song "Big Pimpin." The record digs deep with its soulful beat, one that you would guess Big K.R.I.T. produced considering he comes through with a verse of his own. However, that honor goes to Teddy Walton. June takes these elements and turns "Big Pimpin" into a worthwhile anthem. It's not on the level of Jay Z and UGK's version, but it's enjoyable nonetheless.

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