History of the Bay: Dregs One & P-Lo
Amoeba San Francisco - January 19th @ 5:00pm
SF rapper Dregs One interviews songwriter/producer P-Lo in a live taping of Dregs' History of the Bay podcast on the Amoeba SF stage on Thursday, January 19th at 5pm! Free and all-ages are welcome.
San Francisco rapper Dregs One blends hip-hop fundamentals with the funked-out Bay Area mobb sound. A veteran to the stage, Dregs has been selling music globally since the age of 19, and has performed all around the world from California to Japan. Also a youth mentor, Dregs uses his music to give game and speak about survival/life skills. In 2018, Dregs One formed the production company/record label Audio Vandals, which he plans to use not only for working with established artists, but also to develop new artists. In 2022, Dregs One released a collaborative album with Ill Sugi called Skies Over Tokyo, as well as the solo album, Sucka Repellent. Dregs is also well-known for his stage show and has performed with Andre Nickatina, Berner, dead prez, Bambu, Kool Keith, Afroman, The Jacka, San Quinn, and RBL Posse.
P-Lo, a multi-platinum songwriter/producer, is one of the architects of the West Coast sound. The Filipino-American rapper is a clear example of when doing your own thing and doubling down on yourself makes you irreplaceable. Solidifying his "Face of the Bay" status, P-Lo has become an ambassador for the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, and San Jose Earthquakes. Currently, P-Lo’s high energy music is transcending the region’s sound with placements in Space Jam 2: A New Legacy, Insecure, and Blindspotting, among other movies and shows. His songs "Put Me On Somethin'" and "same squad" are also wildly successful. A BMI Award winner, he’s written and produced songs such as Flo Rida’s “GDFR,” Yo Gotti’s “Act Right,” and Kehlani’s “All Me.”
P-Lo’s latest album, STUNNA, is out now and includes the single “Good” ft. Larry June.