“Drip Drip” – Navy veteran and Hip Hop artist PBE Pluto’s latest release is getting massive vogue

“Drip Drip” – Navy veteran and Hip Hop artist PBE Pluto’s latest release is getting massive vogue

PBE Pluto is a competent modern artist from Alabama, recognized for his unapologetic and unfiltered attitude of songwriting and singing. A Navy veteran, PBE Pluto aka Brent Parker formed a music duo with his brother Dekembi Parker(Kid Kembi) and together they have launched many singles like ‘Get Low’ and hit mixtape “Da Future”. PBE Pluto’s latest single with his brother “Drip Drip” has garnered over 200k views on YouTube, over 150k streams on Soundcloud and overall they have over 20k monthly listeners on Spotify.com.

Earlier, the duo was intially acknowledged as Pluto & Kid Kembi but they are now gearing up to release upcoming projects and content under the name “PBE”. Their new release ‘Drip Drip’ is the main release under their name “PBE”, and is always establishing a buzz on the social media while being played around in the most prominent clubs and radio stations around the city.

PBE Pluto and Kid Kembi have helped hard to enhance their craft. PBE focused on giving rise to music that highlighted their complementary styles and moved to Atlanta in 2015. Their single “Get Low” reaped trending status on Spotify and Twitter. Inspired by the great acknowledgment of their fans, the duo undertook a mixtape called “DA Future” follow up single set to release off the mixtape labeled “Lil Mama”.

The duo is also working on a few solo projects, and PBE Pluto will soon be releasing his single “Soak Up The Drip”. PBE Pluto is also planning to start a non-profit organization “Drip Association” through which he will be overseeing a committee to go in schools and institutions to authorize the youth. In extension, PBE Pluto also owns a clothing label called “XROSSED-KULTURED” requesting a variation of apparel attitudes.

In his musical journey so far, PBE Pluto has performed in countries like Dubai and Bahrain. He has opened shows for artists like Young Jeezy, Webbie, Lil Phat, Rick Ross, and Gucci Mane among others. His recently released single “Turnt Up 2 da maximum” featuring Rello was also a hit, even though it was launched initially as song placement in the national TV ad campaigns for networks like Comedy Central, BET, VH1, and CNN.

PBE Pluto has his own certificate label, Parker Boy Entertainment through which he releases all his songs as a maker, artist, and composer, while also furnishing an opportunity to the aspiring Hip Hop artist to broadcast their song to the realm.