A tribute to acclaimed and influential P-Funk album artist and ghetto-afro-futurist linguist PEDRO BELL, who passed 8/27. Featuring guest funkateers, P-Funk alumni, and an exclusive 1993 interview with P-Dro himself.
Outside of George Clinton, PEDRO BELL is the being most responsible for propagating P-Funk ideology and an urban black psychedelic self-identity for the post 60s black generation. As fellow album artist Overton Lloyd has said: “Pedro Bell is a paradigm shifter.”
We celebrate P-Dro’s influence on the past, present and future of The Fun.