At just 21-years-old P-rallel has cultivated a reputation that most can only ever dream of, in just a short space of time he has become the go-to producer and one of the most important polymaths of his generation, partly responsible for changing the future of the London clubbing and sonic landscape. His DIY approach, of championing similar acts, and a non-stop can-do attitude sets him apart from the rest. p-rallel is only just getting started.
The West London producers second EP ‘Soundboy’ features Greentea Peng, Nayana IZ, plus elevation/meditation members Louis Culture and Lord Apex.
Running in creative circles every step of the way, he started to develop ‘Soundboy’ very organically, calling upon his peers to collaborate with on the tracks. “I picked the artists because I feel like we’re all in the same boat, and because of my friendships with them. It’s a collective process” he states. Citing influences from Notting Hill Carnival and reggae, to the funk his mum introduced him to from a very young age, “Soundboy is a representation of who I am and how I funnel it into my music. I am showing the audience a point of view of London that I have grown up in.”