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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.