Big Pimpin' Delemond (born Dwight Delemond Williams) is a rapper from Tha Dogg Pound that was signed by Death Row Records. He appeared on Murder Was The Case soundtrack, Above The Rim, Dogg Food and Daz Dillinger's albums. His biggest accomplishment was co-writing the song What Would You Do for the Dogg Pound, which was nominated for the Best Soundtrack of the Year Grammy Award in 1995, but lost to Mary J. Blige & Method Man's for "I'll Be There for You"/"You're All I Need to Get By". His last effort was on Kokane's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Kane 2003 album where he recorded the "Movin too fast" with Snoop Dogg. However, the project was kept unreleased.