Song: P-Lo – “Feel Good” ft. G-Eazy (Prod. by P-Lo & J. Gramm)

The FADER Premieres the Monstrously Catchy New Single From P-Lo’s More Than Anything, Releasing May 12th


Critical Praise for P-Lo

“P-Lo is HBK Gang’s swaggy secret weapon, because his beats are as good as his raps and DJ sets” – The FADER

The Video:

An in-demand producer and a popular rapper, P-Lo is the Bay Area’s foremost provider of bangers. Feinting with an airy, pleasant introduction, P-Lo quickly gets down to brass tacks on “Feel Good,” a lurching monster of a club banger. With low, rumbling bass, the FADER-premiered “Feel Good” is one of P-Lo’s best beats yet, as the backing track subtly shifts while never losing the song’s titanic stomp. Featuring an appearance from frequent collaborator G-Eazy, who chronicles the numerous ways he gets money, “Feel Good” is the latest single from P-Lo’s forthcoming More Than Anything project. Expanding P-Lo’s sonic palette beyond Bay Area club music, More Than Anything releases May 12th.

Explains P-Lo: “I remember the day I made this song, I was having one of those days where my allergies were acting completely mainey, and then on top of that my girl was hella trippin on me, and I was just really upset, and ‘feelin good’ is all I really wanted. I had the beat and song already done, but I wasn’t fully in love with the drums, and I’ve known J Gramm for a minute, so we linked up one day and I had him re-do the drums. I got Gerald [G-Eazy] on the song after the fact. I know he’s a hardworking dude, so I knew he would really feel where I was coming from with this concept. I think a bad bitch is a woman who is able to sustain the lifestyle she wants to live without me – she needs to be able to be happy without my presence, and at the same time treat me like me how I would treat her, and thats with the utmost love, care and affection.”

“Feel Good” follows Never Sorry,” a bouncy mob track featuring Pluto Mars and premiered by Mass Appeal, as well as the E-40-featuring “Put Me On Somethin’” and the laid-back Always,” which boasts an appearance from Rexx Life Raj. Known for producing hits such as Iamsu and 2 Chainz‘ “Only That Real,” and Yo Gotti‘s Act Right,” P-Lo is out to prove his mettle as an emcee and a vocalist with More Than Anything. An accomplished and diverse listen, the project finds P-Lo showcasing his flow over his own production and high-quality beats from the likes of Cal-A, Nic Nac, Feez, Jay Ant, Mikos Da Gawd, ReeceBeats, and more. Featuring appearances from E-40, G-Eazy, Marc E Bassy, Skizzy Mars, Iamsu!, Rexx Life Raj, Feez, Kool JohnMore Than Anything establishes P-Lo as one of the most talented and versatile artists in the region. Hitting stores on May 12th, More Than Anything is currently available for pre-order. Fans can also catch P-Lo on tour with Rexx Life Raj this summer.

Listen to “Feel Good”:

Check out the FADER premiere:

Pre-order More Than Anything

Purchase tickets for P-Lo’s More Than Anything Tour with Rexx Life Raj:

More Than Anything Tracklist:
1. The One (prod. by P-Lo)
2. Can’t Lose (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)
3. Never Sorry ft. Pluto Mars (prod. by P-Lo, DTB & Jay Ant)
4. Feel Good ft. G-Eazy (prod. by P-Lo & J Gramm)
5. Much More (prod. by Mikos Da Gawd)
6. College Girls ft. Skizzy Mars (prod. by Michael Keenan)
7. Back To You ft. Millie (prod. by P-Lo)
8. Always ft. Rexx Life Raj (prod. by Cal-A)
9. Noticed ft. Feez (prod. by Feez and Nic Nac)
10. Still Fine ft. IAMSU! & Kool John (prod. by P-Lo)
11. PMOS ft. E-40 (prod. by P-Lo)
12. Faster ft. Marc E. Bassy (prod. by Cal-A)
13. The End (prod. by Cal-A)
14. More Than Anything (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)
15. Look At Me Now (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)

Please contact Michelle or Isabel for more info.

P-Lo Background:

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.


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More Than Anything:

“Feel Good” ft. G-Eazy:

“Never Sorry”:

“Put Me On Somethin'” ft. E-40: //

“Always” ft. Rexx Life Raj (Prod. by Cal-A):


“Light This Bitch Up” ft. G-Eazy & Jay Ant:

Kool John & P-Lo – “On One”:

HBK Gang – “Never Going Broke”:

Bio, photos, and streams available here: