A Navy veteran, PBE Pluto aka Brent Parker established a music duo with his brother Dekembi. His singing is really versatile and he is having a huge fanbase but his recent launch made him even more admirable.
PBE Pluto is a skilled and proficient artist from Alabama, known for his unapologetic and unfiltered style of songwriting and singing. A Navy veteran, PBE Pluto aka Brent Parker is also a clothing designer where he designs his own brand “XROSSED-KULTURED”.
Apart from this PBE had a few pass singles that attained trending statues on numerous forums like his single “GET LOW” reached in the list of top 5 on iTunes, R&B US Charts, and various others. PBE PLUTO has released a single called “SOAK UP THE DRIP” Which is now heating up on platforms like YouTube and more as is at nearly 200k on YouTube & 20k monthly listeners on Spotify and has brought MTV – USA top 10 hip hop charts on Spotify. He has also released an iconic cartoon music video that illustrates the essence of his new single “SOAK UP THE DRIP” check it out on the YouTube channel.
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. Soak up the drip has been picked up on Sirius XM radio show Shady 45 by DJ Superstar Jay in New York.
Now being an ideal epitome that nothing can stop you if you have that fire in your belly and determination in your heart. Being passionate about singing he made himself walk on the of success which will lead him to numerous other opportunities. Thus wishing him and his team all the very best for his future.
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