The homie P-Lo slid thru to talk about SNEEZE, Filipino Roots Night, Chicken Meets Oysters, and more...

March 12, 2020
P-Lo with Squintz


From performing with E-40 for the San Francisco 49er game, to owning the stage at arenas and festivals (like Outside Lands) in the past 2 years, P-Lo has been showing out. And it's well-deserved. 

Look back a dozen years and you see the start of the HBK Gang with him and members like Sage the Gemini and Iamsu!. He's come a long way, with the success of anthems like "Put Me On Something" and "Same Squad." His latest album, Shine,  that released a few months ago is just an example of how he's come into his own and really shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. As mentioned in the interview, the album features a song with Kehlani that you can also find below. 

It's always a blessing when P-Lo makes time to come thru and show some love. And personally, as a proud Filipino, I am happy to see his success as he continues to put in work and represent; even venturing off into the food business realm with his successful pop-up restaurant. 

So props to P-Lo. Keep doing what you do, bruh.  

Also check out his pop-up (below) that he was talking about - @chickenmeetsoyster (and stay tuned for when your boy visits that spot and does a full review).

The whole gang showed up at the grand opening! See everyone tomorrow @hometownheroeseb! 1-6PM! All ages welcome! ------

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