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Pimp is a raw, heartfelt drama set on the streets of the Bronx. Wednesday (Keke Palmer) is a pimp who learns the game from her dad as she grows up. After her dad passes away, she is left taking care of her mom (Aunjune Ellis) and her girlfriend Nikki. In order to make more money to survive, Nikki starts turning tricks to change their luck.

As Wednesday rises up in the game, she continues to hustle hard for a chance at a better life. However, when she goes too far, she encounters another Pimp who stands in her way. In a fierce battle for survival, Wednesday risks everything for love and to protect Nikki.

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Twelve Jewelz
Kon Karne
Living In The World Today
Hell's Wind Staff / Killah Hills 10304
Life's a Puzzle
Easy Rider
I Got Cha Opin
Niguz Talk Shit
Investigative Reports
Wreckonize - Remix Vocal
I'd Rather Be with You
Stand Strong
The World Is a Ghetto
Things Done Changed - 2005 Remaster
Warning - 2005 Remaster
One More Chance - 2005 Remaster
Who Shot Ya? - 2005 Remaster
Kick in the Door - 2014 Remaster
The Creator
Brooklyn Zoo
The Doo-Bop Song
Who Got Da Props
Stop Shammin'
'Nuff Respect - Remix
Powaful Impak!
Black Smif-n-Wessun
What's a Telephone Bill?
Looks Like a Job For...
40 & a Blunt
If I Should Die Before I Wake (feat. Black Rob, Ice Cube, & Beanie Sigel) - 2005 Remaster
All About U
Brooklyn Zoo II (Tiger Crane)
The Stomp
Wrong Side of da Tracks
Nigga Please
Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check
Flipmode Squad Meets Def Squad (feat. Jamal, Redman, Keith Murray, Rampage the Last Boy Scout, Lord Have Mercy)
Rhymes Galore
Hit 'Em Up - Single Version
Da Bomb
Pit of Snakes
Big Poppa - 2005 Remaster
What's Next - Instrumental
Everyday Struggle - 2005 Remaster
Annie Mae
Machine Gun Funk - 2006 Remaster
Cession At Da Doghillee
Wipe Ya Mouf
They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)
Hippa to da Hoppa
Dad Passes
Alec Puro: Performer
Wednesday and Nikki
Alec Puro: Performer
Alec Puro: Performer
Kenny Wayne
Alec Puro: Performer
Mom Withdrawal
Alec Puro: Performer
Kenny Wayne Strip Club
Alec Puro: Performer
Drug Den-Wednesday and Nikki
Alec Puro: Performer
Kenny Wayne Enters Hotel
Alec Puro: Performer
Wednesday and Nikki Hallway
Alec Puro: Performer
Wednesday Drowning
Alec Puro: Performer
I Don't Love You
Alec Puro: Performer
Their Last Breath
Alec Puro: Performer
Pimp Main Theme (Tom Hodge)
Tom Hodge: Performer
001 (The Good The Bad)
Tom Hodge: Performer
I Feel Alive (33Hz)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Woody & Bo (Tom Hodge)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Predador (Tomb Crew Mix) (French Fries, feat. Tomb Crew)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Electric Boy (Discordinated)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Unsaid (Little People)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Church (Tom Hodge)
Tom Hodge: Performer
My Friends Can't Dance (The Liars)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Psycho (JazZstePpa)
Tom Hodge: Performer
008 (The Good The Bad)
Tom Hodge: Performer
Drive to Bo (Tom Hodge)
Tom Hodge: Performer
See Through Spider (The Stagger Rats)
Tom Hodge: Performer

User reviews

Kenneth Lopez

The soundtrack's mix of hip-hop, R&B, and soul seamlessly blends with the narrative, creating a dynamic and immersive listening experience that complements the film's visuals.

Patricia Rodriguez

The soundtrack of Pimp felt disconnected from the raw and heartfelt nature of the film. The music choices did not enhance the emotional depth of the characters or the intense situations they were facing on the streets of the Bronx.

Patricia Jones

The soundtrack of Pimp is a perfect fit for the raw and heartfelt drama set on the streets of the Bronx. The music captures the intensity and struggle of the characters' lives.

Emily Walker

The songs selected for the film's soundtrack did not effectively capture the essence of the characters' struggles and triumphs. Instead of adding depth to the storyline, the music sometimes felt out of place or generic, missing an opportunity to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Linda Baker

The emotional depth of the music enhances the viewer's connection to the characters, making their journey even more compelling and impactful.

Donna Smith

The choice of songs in the soundtrack complements the narrative, enhancing key moments and adding layers of meaning to the scenes.

Emily Evans

The soundtrack of Pimp perfectly captures the raw and gritty atmosphere of the Bronx streets, enhancing the emotional depth of the story.

Steven Jones

The use of hip-hop and R&B tracks in the soundtrack adds authenticity to the story, reflecting the urban setting and the characters' experiences in the film.

George Evans

The music selection in Pimp skillfully reflects the character development of Wednesday, adding layers to her journey as she navigates the world of pimping with determination and resilience.

Andrew Martin

The emotional impact of the soundtrack in Pimp is undeniable, evoking a range of feelings from empowerment to vulnerability, making it a crucial element in bringing the story to life.

Amanda Mitchell

The soundtrack effectively sets the tone for the film, creating a gritty and realistic atmosphere that immerses the audience in the world of the story.

Daniel King

Overall, the soundtrack of Pimp is a powerful and integral part of the film, enhancing the viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Kenneth Harris

The soundtrack of Pimp effectively conveys the challenges and triumphs of the characters, adding an extra dimension to their stories and struggles.