Chad Butler, well known through his stage name Pimp C, an American producer and rapper was born on 29th December, 1973. Pimp C was a part of "Dirty South"-style rap group UGK.
On 15th August, 2006, Pimp C emerged on the BET's " Rap City." Pimp C was interrogated and also gave his views on the multiple issues, including his latest album, Pimpalation, and complains in music production.
Pimp C also frazzled that rappers require unionizing to remain from being applied through record corporations, a tip Pimp C has frazzled in preceding interviews. Pimp C also paced into the cubicle throughout the show. Pimp C provided off the head battery-operated to the track of Bun B “Draped Up”. Pimp C alleged that after coming back from the prison he provided his first freestyle. Pimp C unconfined his debut single album, The Sweet James Jones Stories, in March 2005 throughout Rap-A-Lot Records. Rap-a-Lot records and Bun B had grossed a 'Free Pimp C' movement, Free Pimp C t-shirts, spread through music and caps.
Pimp C was wounded for slight injuries on 18th April 2006, following he was occupied in a car mishap while parting the video shoot for his solo "Pourin' Up."
On 4th December, 2007, Pimp C was found lifeless at Mandarin Hotel in West Hollywood, California, after Los Angeles County Fire Department countered to 911 call. Then the branch entered in his 6th floor hotel room to get Pimp C lifeless in the bed. Three days before, he performed with the Too Short at House of Blues in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles County Coroner's headquarters affirm Pimp C expired from an fortuitous overindulge of Promethazine/Codeine "syrup" blended with sleep apnea, and a pre-existing medical condition, which reasons for someone to stop inhalation during sleep.
And after his demise, Pimp C made posthumous forms on the Bun B's song "Underground Thang" from II Trill. The last track is created through Pimp C, crafting his preceding production acclaim.