Categories: New Music

Celebrated rap and punk pop artist P.G.L.U is back with a new anthem, “Go/Leave” that captures the essence of love-hate toxic relationship

A representative of the new era of rap that does not spare other stylistic calibers, P.G.L.U has quickly gained a massive following thanks to his eclectic, aesthetically pleasing, and energetic blend of rap with pop punk. At a time when the music industry is grappling with a loss of authenticity and identity, he prides himself on carving his own path and following it, a decision that he is undeniably reaping heavy rewards from. P.G.L.U’s music is always an expression of his inner world, designed to evoke emotions and capture moods. Music is the tool he uses to express himself and his emotions, making listeners feel less alone in their experiences. That makes him a solace provider and healer, and he couldn’t be prouder!

Building on his already established reputation of always creating hits after hits, P.G.L.U returns with another banger, “Go/Leave” that is characteristic of his signature sound; catchy with infectious energy, relatable, memorable, singable and danceable.

With this jam, P.G.L.U explores the sort of love-hate toxic relationship that is so addictive and yet so wrong. It’s the kind of love that consumes you wholly, depletes all your energy, and dries all your paint, but guess what? When you have recharged and restocked, you still want more of the same!

With his unmistakable sing-song vocals, P.G.L.U perfectly captures this feeling of loving and hating a person in equal measure, wanting to leave them but still dreading the thought of being without them over a captivating pop punk-flavored beat.

When you think about it, it’s actually fascinating how P.G.L.U sings like he raps and raps like he sings…it’s almost magical, and it’s one of the many things I admire about the beauty of his artistry.

A banger with replay value, emo pop punk sensibilities, and a deeply identifiable topic at its heart. Not forgetting the visually striking music video that accompanies it, “Go/Leave” is a must-have for anyone who prides themselves on their impeccable music taste!

Let’s go get it and spread the word… P.G.L.U is in his prime again—not that he left!



Founder of Tunepical, a blog dedicated to sharing my love of music with you. I believe that music is the key to life, and if you're listening to the right songs at the right time, everything is possible!

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