P-Lo is set to drop his More Than Anything album on Friday (May 12). With the LP arriving in just a few days, the rapper/producer gives fans one last preview via his song "Feel Good" featuring G-Eazy. P-Lo crafted the hard-knocking beat with the help of J Gramm and grabbed G-Eazy to add more Bay Area flavor to the cut.

"I remember the day I made this song, I was having one of those days where my allergies were acting completely mainey, and then on top of that, my girl was hella trippin' on me, and I was just really upset, and 'Feelin Good' is all I really wanted," P-Lo said. "I had the beat and song already done, but I wasn't fully in love with the drums, and I've known J Gramm for a minute, so we linked up one day and I had him re-do the drums. I got Gerald [G-Eazy] on the song after the fact. I know he's a hardworking dude, so I knew he would really feel where I was coming from with this concept. I think a bad bitch is a woman who is able to sustain the lifestyle she wants to live without me - she needs to be able to be happy without my presence, and at the same time treat me like me how I would treat her, and that's with the utmost love, care and affection."

P-Lo's new album can be pre-ordered right now on iTunes. More Than Anything boasts guest appearances by E-40, Skizzy Mars, IAMSU! and Kool John. Check out the LP's official tracklist and stream the G-Eazy-assisted "Feel Good" below.

P-Lo's More Than Anything Tracklist

1. "The One" (prod. by P-Lo)
2. "Can’t Lose" (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)
3. "Never Sorry" Feat. Pluto Mars (prod. by P-Lo, DTB & Jay Ant)
4. "Feel Good" Feat. G-Eazy (prod. by P-Lo & J Gramm)
5. "Much More" (prod. by Mikos Da Gawd)
6. "College Girls" Feat. Skizzy Mars (prod. by Michael Keenan)
7. "Back To You" Feat. Millie (prod. by P-Lo)
8. "Always" Feat. Rexx Life Raj (prod. by Cal-A)
9. "Noticed" Feat. Feez (prod. by Feez and Nic Nac)
10. "Still Fine" Feat. IAMSU! & Kool John (prod. by P-Lo)
11. "PMOS" Feat. E-40 (prod. by P-Lo)
12. "Faster" Feat. Marc E. Bassy (prod. by Cal-A)
13. "The End" (prod. by Cal-A)
14. "More Than Anything" (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)
15. "Look At Me Now" (prod. by P-Lo & ReeceBeats)

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