Live Evil Performs Their New Single ‘Throw It’ Feat. P-Lo

Live Evil, a DJ/production duo made up of Vancouver natives Kutcorners and DJ Marvel, have returned with a quick routine for DJcityTV. The video, which was shot at Serato’s Los Angeles studio, shows them performing their new single “Throw It” featuring HBK Gang’s P-Lo.

Watch above and download the track on DJcity.

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Watch P-Lo Race Against the Clock to Make a Beat


HBK Gang producer and rapper P-Lo has been featured on FACT TV’s Against the Clock series.

The show challenges producers to make a track from scratch in under 10 minutes while being filmed in real time. Previous guests include Southside and Flux Pavilion.

Filmed at Los Angeles’ APG Studios, P-Lo delivered a Bay Area-style beat just as time ran out.

P-Lo has worked extensively with fellow HBK artists Kehlani, Sage the Gemini, and IamSu. In May, he released his debut album, More Than Anything, which features tracks with other Bay Area acts like E-40 and G-Eazy.

Watch P-Lo on Against The Clock above.

Related: Watch P-Lo Make a Beat by Sampling Random Records

Watch P-Lo Make a Beat by Sampling Random Records


Bay Area producer and rapper P-Lo was recently featured on Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette.

The series challenges producers to make a beat by sampling three random records, chosen from a record store while blindfolded.

After picking up some vinyl at New York City’s A1 Records, P-Lo headed to the studio. The process started off slow, but he ended up delivering a bouncy track, which he classified as a “collar popper.”

Born in Pinole, California, P-Lo rose to prominence in 2013 after producing the singles “Act Right” for Yo Gotti and “Bout Me” for Wiz Khalifa. In 2008, he co-founded the HBK Gang, a collective whose members include Kehlani, Sage The Gemini, and IamSu. His recent album, More Than Anything, features tracks with E-40 and G-Eazy.

Watch P-Lo on Rhythm Roulette above.

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