15 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his first studio album, the East Bay’s P-LO brings the party in numerous ways. “Feel Good” has menacingly chunky, echoing horns and a romp of a guest verse from G-Eazy. “College Girls” is an ode to the thrill of the college party, with chopped-and-screwed elements filtering through the hazy chorus. Leaning into the Bay Area hyphy sound, “Put Me On Somethin’” features E-40 and a danceable near-funk arrangement of keys and deep bass.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his first studio album, the East Bay’s P-LO brings the party in numerous ways. “Feel Good” has menacingly chunky, echoing horns and a romp of a guest verse from G-Eazy. “College Girls” is an ode to the thrill of the college party, with chopped-and-screwed elements filtering through the hazy chorus. Leaning into the Bay Area hyphy sound, “Put Me On Somethin’” features E-40 and a danceable near-funk arrangement of keys and deep bass.

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