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P-Lo is back with a new song! On "Talkin Bout," the rapper/producer flexes his signature hyphy sound that has made him one of the Bay's trailblazers on another banger that will parties turned up. On the track, the Filipino artists playfully asks to "lemme see what its talkin bout" on a catchy chorus combined over an infectious beat.

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Not only did P-Lo drop a new song, but he also dropped an accompanying music video. While P-Lo has a reputation for fun music videos, these visuals feature the California native representing his hometown in Paris, France. Music video director Kiko Valle shared his thoughts on the "Talkin Bout" music video on his Instagram: "talkin bout by @p_lo directed by me out now!! did the cover art too wow. had the privelege of going to Paris w my brother n shooting a whole ass music video. it was a lil pinoys in paris styling! ya life is wild. share this if u love me, or not don’t let me tell u what to do. but ya fw it! au revoir mon cer"

Watch P-Lo's "Talkin Bout" music video below!

Filipino-American rapper/producer P-Lo’s signature sound is synonymous to Bay Area and West Coast hip hop. The California native is proud of his hyphy roots and the city has embraced him as one of their biggest cultural ambassadors this generation. Recently, the hitmaker received his flowers from famed music publication Rolling Stone, who included his smash single 'Put Me On Somethin' ‘ in their “The 100 Greatest West Coast Hip-Hop Songs of All Time” list at #83.

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P-Lo took to his Instagram to share his heartfelt views on the moment. He captioned: “ Honored to be mentioned in Top 100 West Coast Songs of All-Time! “Put Me On Somethin” Feat @e40 was ranked #83 on @rollingstone. I wrote and recorded this at my parents house in Pinole, Ca. I also produced it 🙏🏼 thankful to everyone who was apart of it @iamsu @migui_maloles @infinitestudios”

Shout out to P-Lo! Check out the timeless hit record below!

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P-Lo has just kicked off a nationwide tour and dropped a deluxe version of his “STUNNA” album featuring three new tracks. “Regular,” one of the three new songs on the previously released project, has also received music video treatment. Directed by Kiko Valle, the visuals feature scenes from both Hawaii and Alaska. You can watch the "Regular" music video below!

P-Lo also dropped another music video recently titled "The Roof" featuring Micheal Sneed and hip hop legend Too $hort. You can also check out that music video below!

If you’re interested in attending P-Lo’s tour, you can find tickets and show information here. The STUNNA TOUR kicked off in Dallas earlier this week and concludes in Portland on May 26th. Check out an IG post from the rapper/producer detailing full tour dates below!

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Darrell Medellin’s “Lemonade Freestyle” was one of the biggest Filipino rap songs in 2022, thanks to an abundance of viral TikTok videos referencing his punchlines from the track. The banger, which flips Jeremy Passion’s classic “Lemonade”,  has just received official remix treatment. For the new version, D1 tapped fellow Filipino-American Bay Area rapper P-Lo. Both the emcees float on the upbeat west coast inspired instrumental, flexing their Filipino pride via their lyrics throughout their verses.

This is the Filipino rap collab we never knew we needed! Check out Darrell Medellin & P-Lo’s “Lemonade Freestyle Remix” below!

P-Lo is back with a new bouncy single! In preparation ahead of his ‘STUNNA’ album release, the rapper/producer just dropped the “Stunna Anthem” music video, the intro track off of the project. The banger is exactly what you would expect from a song from the Bay Area native, a fun, catchy, and feel-good record.

The Filipino-American also casts the Jabbawockeez as co-stars in the lively video. The scene featuring both prominent Filipino acts includes the artist dressed in a fly barong outfit. Watch the music video below!

Two of the biggest names in Filipino-American music have just joined forces to give us the collaboration we didn’t know what we needed! Singer/songwriter Jeff Bernat tapped in with rapper/producer P-Lo for his latest single “Make A Move.”

The infectious R&B track starts off with the lead artist crooning to a woman about taking the next steps in their relationship between switching over to a smooth and catchy verse from the Bay Area MC. With a track length of 2;24, this song has clear last song syndrome repeat value. Check out the summer banger below!

The Jabbawockeez are back at the NBA Finals! The masked men took center court during halftime of Game 5 of the finals and hyped the crowd up at the Golden State Warrior's home court at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The group took their performance all over the court and hyped the crowds up with tracks from E-40, Digable Planets, and Jay-Z, who was sitting courtside at the game that day. Check it out below.

Golden State took the win that night, helping them take the lead in the series against the Boston Celtics. So who will come out the champs for 2022? We will have to wait and see this week but for now, let's enjoy this performance and if you missed P-Lo during halftime of Game 1, check it out below.

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According to his new single, P-Lo says they want to see him “doing bad, but I’m good.”

The Bay Area native has just dropped a new single to celebrate a career highlight that featured him performing last night during halftime at the Chase Center for Game 1 of the NBA Finals between his hometown Golden State Warriors against the visiting Boston Celtics. He took to his Twitter account to show his appreciation for the milestone that also highlights AAPI representation in music. Congratulations P-Lo!

They got a filipino kid performing halftime at the first ever finals game at chase center, beyond grateful ??

— P-Lo (@p_lo) June 2, 2022

“Good” features fellow Bay Area rapper Larry June and comes accompanied by a visualizer that pays homage to the ‘Same Squad’ MC’s Filipino roots by way of a TV Patrol graphic and a young Filipino actor vibing to the hyphy track. Check out the visualizer for “Good” below!

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P-Lo is gearing up for some summer fun as he hits the stage in San Francisco for the infamous 106.1 KMEL Summer Jam Concert. Roddy Rich and Wale are headlining the bill. Alongside P-Lo, you can catch Vince Staples, Yung Bleu, Larry June, and Stunnaman rocking the stage.

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P-Lo mentions in an Instagram post that this is a dream come true as a young artist growing up in the Bay Area of California. You can catch the show on July 16th at the Concord Pavillion. Check out ticket prices here.

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More recently, P-Lo took the stage at Jo Koy's latest tour stop at the Chase Center in San Francisco to surprise a sold-out crowd with a performance of his hit "Put Me on Something" with the Jabbawockeez. Check out this on-stage point of view of one of the surprise performances below.

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If you don't know who thuy is yet, it's time to get familiar. The rising R&B singer/songwriter has amassed over 28 million streams on her debut EP "i hope you see this" and has over 2.2 million monthly streams on Spotify alone. Her new track "inhibitions" has j released in March, and this time she teamed up with one of our fave hitmakers and vibe curators, P-Lo.

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‘inhibitions’ is a fun and playful song letting someone know that they are the only one who does it for them.” says thuy.  “There may be a lot of people or interests who come at me and take their shot but at the end of the day those other people can’t do it like them. So they are the only one you want to give your attention to.

This track will be featured in her deluxe version of her EP "i hope you see this," slated for release this Spring 2022. She's also headed out on Tour this May and will be hitting the stage at the 2022 Outside Lands Festival. Check out the "inhibitions" Music video below featuring some familiar faces like the Next Kidz, Johnny Maxwell, and Nico Blitz below.

Make sure to stream the new track here and get familiar with thuy's music below.

About thuy:

The vibrant R&B artist of Vietnamese descent is determined to stand out in the world of pop music. She grew up surrounded by music and at the age of 9, knew she wanted to be a pop star. However, with no exemplars to look up to who looked like her, thuy traded her musical hopes for a career in medicine. After a few lacklustre years in the medical field followed by a chance visit to a studio, thuy finally saw what a professional career in music could look like.

Since then, the now Los Angeles-based artist has released several records showcasing her angelic vocals, skilful songwriting, and modern R&B stylings. Having amassed over 85 million global streams across her catalogue and garnered support from premier international publications including Billboard, Paper and Harper’s Bazaar, Thuy proves that her celestial voice and knack for earworm melodies are here to stay. 

Currently, her Top 10 Streaming Markets worldwide include Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. 

He's back at it "Again." After the release of his latest single featuring E-40 and LaRussell, P-Lo drops some new gear. This P-Lo Authentic Collection features a Stunna Boy Hoodie and Hat with some authentic pins. This version of the Stunna Boy Hoodie has the infamous character's face traced out and centered in the back of the pullover.

The hat that just dropped also stays within the same colorway as the hoodie. This colorway most gives a nod to the SF Giants color pallet and features three pins that come with the snapback. This drop is available P-Lo's website alongside some other merch you can add to your collection.

It's time to bring the bass back! P-Lo is back with another hype track guaranteed to make you bounce and vibe to that hyphy Bay Area beat. The track features Vallejo MC LaRussell and the Icon himself, E-40. The Music Video was directed by Kiko!! and Cal-A. Check it out below.

P-Lo has had a great year so far, dropping an EP, various new songs, placement in the Space Jam Soundtrack, and performing halftime, and partnering up throughout the year with the San Francisco 49ers.

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