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Mr. P Chill / Press

“Mr. P Chill genuinely enjoys what he does, and he’s dedicated his life to it. This love comes across in his work. Still Standing is at once a great introduction to his catalogue, and a salute to all those who have kept him metaphorically running over the past 23 years. Give it a spin!”

“It doesn't get more honest and real than Mr. P Chill. No ego, no pretentiousness. He loves rapping, has a passion for Hip-Hop, and an appreciation for artists who put their all into their music.”

“Those familiar with the stylings of Mr. P Chill know him as a West Coast legend going back to 1992. One of the hardest working people in the industry, Chill comes from the Golden Age of Hip-Hop, working as a producer, Emcee, and touring tons of live shows.”

“If you are a fan of hip-hop and rap, and find yourself constantly bogged down by the stuff heard on MTV and the radio; pick-up Mr. P Chill’s “Still Standing”. You’d be hard pressed to find a track out of the twelve on it, you don’t like.”

“Chill is guided by his positive attitude, his heartfelt lyrics and his connection to hip hop’s golden era and the fans.”

“‘Still Standing’ leaps out of the speakers with confidence, Chill himself establishing the years he has spent honing his craft and dismissing those who might be in the game for the wrong reasons.”

“Chill has not only embraced what it means to be an emcee, but has also shown a flair for entrepreneurship”

“Mr. P Chill: “Still Standing” – breathes life into a genre that has seemingly lost its way!”

“Persistence is a whopping 17 total tracks and showcases Chill’s lyrical prowess, a skill he’s honed over his 20-year career, including countless coast-to-coast tours.”

“Mr. P Chill is a long time Hip-Hop artist due to release a fresh album of liberation titled Persistence on June, 3rd 2014. It's been two years since his last release and may I say don't sleep on this album, it packs a heavy weight title punch.”

“Mr P Chill’s style is at times like Will Smith – free and easy with a sense of fun while incorporating a message at the same time.”

“This is a man that pulls no punches and isn’t afraid to say it how it is.”

“I feel that with Persistence, Mr. P Chill has balanced old school and new school, artistic and traditional. It’s a perfect balance of street rap and emotional, honest Hip-Hop.”

“Give this album (Persistence) an honest listen. This is a unique breath of fresh air for Hip-Hop music. Only after having it on replay for a couple of spins, it has refreshed my soul and given me an excitement for this genre that I rarely get anymore…”

“Mr. P Chill cares about the quality of the music, but he knows how to have fun with it too. Persistence has the power to change the commercial face of Hip-Hop moving forward. It could get a foot in the door for classic ‘sugar-free’ emcees to find their way back on the radio.”

“His rhymes are intelligent and honest, as much as you want in any artist today. And Mr. P Chill's experience shines through. He's clearly been around and playing the musical game for years. Only now, he's not playing any more. He's creating out of a love and respect for Hip-Hop. For Mr. P Chill, his lifelong persistence in itself have been funneled into an aptly titled new album.”

"There is something very alluring about his straight no nonsense approach and his willingness to share his experience."

"In the spirit of classic hip hop acts such as Public Enemy (and everything great about the beginning and golden eras of urban music), P Chill stands for the common man in a world where the controllers of this planet seem to care more about their things than they do about us. Chill is Hip Hop culture bundled up into one man. Standing tall above the rest."

“There’s no delusion of grandeur with Mr. P Chill. There’s no bling. There’s no gangsta posturing. There’s just the man that fell in love with rap during its “golden age” when it was about “two turntables and a microphone,” and maybe a well-worn pair of Adidas sneakers.”

"This emcee has written, recorded and released a true local gem. “All Seriousness Aside” is nostalgia and love of hip-hop and the veteran status that comes with it all mixed into a fresh, fun album."

"This isn't your stereotypical hip-hop performance. This is more like grown mans hip hop"

Mike Osegueda - Fresno Bee

"Sacramento's hardest working hip-hopper."

Chris Macias - Sacramento Bee

"No gimmicks. No Sponsors. Just straight up, unadulterated underground hip-hop, as pure as the driven snow."


"Rather than rapping about material items, sex and violence, they focus on the positive"

The Buzz

"He's embarked on a mission to forge a new path for Sacramento hip-hop."

Rachel Leibrock - Sacramento Bee