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It's Pimpin' Pimpin'

Katt Williams

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Album Review

With so much of the magic coming from the comedian's facial expressions and body language, this audio-only version of Katt Williams' It's Pimpin' Pimpin' live show is easily second to the DVD. That said, it's a killer, hilarious show that finds Williams shifting from being the Flavor Flav of standup to being the Sly Stone of standup with all the mania and social commentary evolving as such. His riffing on the transition from President Bush to President Obama seems erratic on the surface — veering off into topics like late-night television commercials and low-grade weed — but it's deceptively well-composed, allowing Williams to voice his "'bout time" opinions on America's first black president while keeping the laugh count high and rapid-fire, just as his audience has grown to expect. The "better yourself" message he communicates through his "find your (inner) star player" routine is Obama's "Yes We Can" brilliantly translated with the strength of street knowledge. The provocative "Scared of Rope" touches upon the slave trade with Williams' Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce influences brilliantly channeled through a hurricane of jokes. Even the highlight "Poor Little Tink Tink" is heavier than it seems, but this extremely funny bit shouldn't be spoiled by any explanation of the title. It's Pimpin' Pimpin' is on the level of Eddie Murphy's early work, so while it should be seen and not just heard, this audio-only version will be as cherished as all those Raw and Delirious bootleg cassettes the cool kids traded back in the day.

Customer Reviews


Katt is black - That's a fact, but that is NOT the sum of the man! Get your brainpan behind the message and less behind the words! Katt has a talent of observation that is truly refreshing and much needed today. If the "N-Word" bothers you so much than you are sorely missing the message. It's a friggin' word. Grow up and get over it. It's about ATTITUDE NOT COLOR! This is one funny performer.

Katt never disappoints

Let me tell you something, you better be ready for real talk if you buy this because with Katt is 100% and nobody is off limits. I don't care what color you are, what gender, or whatever other way you classify yourself, Katt is funny. It's not as good as seeing him because he's so animated, there's a lot going on that audio alone doesn't capture. But it's all hilarious. I can't believe more people don't know about him!

The CD?

It's a little weird that this is only audio since we should all have the iPod with video now so maybe they should've had the actual performance, nonetheless Katt is still a funny guy just don't watch/listen expecting a follow up to American Hustle or you'll be highly dissapointed.


Genre: Comedy

An outrageous comedian who clearly pulls from such influences as Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor — but somehow ups the irreverence quotient many times over — standup comic-turned-actor Katt Williams built a career vulgarly riffing on such subjects as Michael Jackson, middle-American evangelism, the incarceration of Martha Stewart, and the ironies of race in America (a favorite topic that found him making fervent use of incendiary epithets), to name only a few touchstones — all of...
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