Mr. P Chill began his career as an emcee in Sacramento, CA in 1992 with the release of his former group’s first cassette single.
Chill has not only embraced what it means to be an emcee, but has also shown a flair for entrepreneurism as he has chosen the path of independence for over 25 years. After going solo in 2002 he has released 12 full length albums, with his most recent being The Beautiful Revolution in 2017. Known for this classic flow style and often political subject matter, this emcee embraces the example set for him by legendary acts such as Public Enemy, Ice-T, KRS-ONE, Big Daddy Kane and others from hip hop’s “Golden Era”. Recent successes for Mr. P Chill include a collaboration with The Great Peso titled “R U Wit It” spending 13 weeks on the Hip Hop God’s Top 20 chart on Chuck D’s RapStation.com, peaking at #1 on 7/4/17 as well as being a 2016 inductee to the Hip Hop Culture Awards, an organization which recognizes hip hop’s pioneers, legends and unsung heroes. The future looks bright for Mr. P Chill, a man who remains focused as he enters his prime. Chill is guided by his positive attitude, his heartfelt lyrics and his connection to hip hop’s golden era. Some people say that when you get to be over 30 years old, your career as a musician or performer is nearing it’s end, but for Chill at 43, he seems to be gaining more momentum than ever!