Too Short’s “Shorty The Pimp” LP Turns 23 Years Old Today

7th Annual Roots Jam Session Hosted By Jimmy Fallon – Inside

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 12: Too Short performs with the Roots Crew at the 7th Annual Roots Jam Session hosted by Jimmy Fallon at the Music Box on February 12, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Toby Canham/Getty Images)

Today marks the 23rd anniversary on the recording of Too Shorts 4th studio album, Shorty The Pimp. The Bay Area representer is a iconic part of the music and Too Short was the first of many artist to be an independent artist with a major look.
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Shorty The Pimp had classic hits such as “No Love From Oakland,” “So You Want To Be A Gangster,” and others. Too Short has proven that good music outweighs time and fads while still culturally, and musically, relevant today.
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