“[P-Lo] is promising some more smooth Bay Area tunes that will have fans moving and nodding their heads.” – The Source
“P-Lo [is] a fully formed artist with a wide array of talents to draw upon.” – The FADER
After producing Yo Gotti’s “Act Right” and “Bout Me” for Wiz Khalifa, Pinole, CA born rapper/producer P-Lo is cultivating the sound of the Bay Area on a national level. Growing up as a Filipino-American, music was a centerpiece of his family’s household. P-Lo recalls going through his father’s vinyl music collection and listening to artists such as Carlos Santana, The Beatles, and Eric Clapton; this early encounter with different genres of music was the launching pad to P-Lo’s Musical career. After listening to Kanye West’s debut album The College Dropout, P-Lo decided to take his love of music and put it into action. He began making beats at home with computer speakers, which eventually caught the attention of his high school classmate IAMSU in 2005. P-Lo and IAMSU founded the HBK Gang, an influential Bay Area collective, and shortly afterword teamed up with P-Lo’s brother Kuya Beats to form the production team The Invasion. P-Lo has produced for Wiz Khalifa, Yo Gotti, E-40, Nef The Pharaoh, and many others, always pushing the boundaries of the West Coast sound as a rapper and a producer. More Than Anything, his next full-length project, which features P-Lo both behind the mic and behind the boards, releases on May 12th.
You Can’t Stop P-Lo’s SHINE: His New Album Drops Today
P-Lo Gets Real with Mozzy on the Subdued Slapper “Don’t Think”
P-Lo Takes on Modern Romance From the POV of His iPhone on “The End,” Premiered by VIBE
P-Lo, The Bay’s Secret Weapon, Expands His Sonic Palette On New Album More Than Anything
Rapper/Producer P-Lo Enlists G-Eazy for a “Feel Good” Anthem
Ahead of 5/12 Project Release, P-Lo Enlists Pluto Mars for Unapologetic “Never Sorry” Single
P-Lo Recruits E-40, Goes Dumb at the DMV in “Put Me On Somethin’,” Announces Tour with Rexx Life Raj
Rapper/Sound Architect P-lo Announces More Than Anything Project
The FADER Debuts P-Lo of HBK Gang’s “Going To Work,” Produced By Iamsu!
The FADER Premieres HBK Gang Crew Member P-Lo’s MBMGC 2 Mixtape and “Going To Work” Video