Well damn. Panamera P isn’t letting up. Earlier today, he dropped two diss records to Fly Skinz and now, a third. Going in for the 3, P takes more jabs and a KO with “Say Less 3” over “Shook Ones” record. P’s clip ain’t empty yet. Get shook below.
Ok P say he ain’t playing. After dropping the first diss, Fly Skinz responds with a diss of his own. Now that that’s out the way, Panamera P hits back with his second diss of the day. Cut throat, P takes on Nas’ Ether record, (not to mention Skinz did his diss over the same track) and continues to smoke whatever is coming. We doubt if this is the final say so in this quarry so we’ll be on the lookout for more. Until then, check out “Say Less 2” below.
Things have been going left for the Pirates for a little while now. Beef inside the circle has caused tension and now has surfaced to the world. From Twitter, the beef has made it to wax. Normally the one to keep quiet, P decided not to bite his tongue any longer. Dropping a message to Fly Skinz over Drake x Jay’s “Poundcake” record, Panamera P has some things to get off his chest and that he did. Take a listen below.
The Pirates has caused a major wave with the release of their latest project. With production credits from DJ L, Chase Davis and more, the POE Project comes equipped with 10 new tracks ready for your streaming pleasure. Panamera P and Reem share their lifestyles, trials and tribulations as well as celebrations thru their eyes and ears. Pirates over everything. Check out the full project below.
As we get closer for the drop of P’s next project to come, we get new music and visuals to calm our nerves. Linking with KingInDemand for the collaboration, the two reflects on the things they’ve seen compared to what things used to be with “These Days.” Check it out below.
Panamera P is back and he’s taking it all. The Chicago native has been creating a bigger buzz with each record dropped and this one is no different. Check out “Takers” below, the pirate way.
Panamera P takes us back with his latest visual. Taking on Jay Z’s “Dead Presidents” record with a pirate spin to it, Panamera P adds another bodied freestyle to his collection. Check it out below.