P Dot [born Pamela Willis] is a femcee/indie artist hailing from Detroit, MI. She debuted locally with her breakout mixtape “Who Is It?” , the lead single “Something 2 Ride 2,” garnered her local praise and acclaim as one of the next to watch in Detroit. P Dot is the last of a dying breed, from the golden era of Detroit Hip-Hop/Rap alongside D12, East Side Chedda Boyz, Rock Bottom Entertainment, Slum Village, and Street Lord’z.
Having gotten her start with Live Action Entertainment at age 14; P Dot became a neighborhood and school sensation amongst her peers, who witnessed her legendary freestyle sessions with other students in the lunchroom and school gym; under the then aforementioned monikers of “P.A.M.” and/or “The Punisher.” Her inspiration stems from likes of MC Lyte, Roxanne Shante, Queen Latifah, Lady of Rage, Mia X, and Remy Ma.
Her biggest inspiration comes from the memory of her mother [Debra Willis], who died in 2010.
Her story is about grit & grind while surviving the streets of Detroit, MI. She believes her success is a by-product of her hustle & muscle to get it out the mud.
P Dot, also attended Specs Howard -- School of Broadcasting Art to help with her pursuit of a career in music and entertainment.
From there, P Dot continued to release music via “Pushing My Pen,”  and “Body & Barz” , respectfully, with “Point of No Return,” “Wuddup Doe,” and “2 Sides,” being standouts from those projects.
The success of the latter two, afforded her opportunities to open up for the likes of Mobb Deep, Iggy Azalea, Payroll Giovanni [DBCO], Da Brat, Lil Flip, Lil Scrappy & Trillville, and a host of others.
Consequently, opportunities with BYLUG Entertainment, Grand Hustle Records, and Roc Nation soon followed. But, ultimately she decided to remain indie.
P Dot has not only made a name for herself in Detroit, but throughout the Midwest, and she is currently working on building a national buzz as well. Having been featured in/on several major platforms and media outlets ranging from ADDIDAS 4AMDET – Shoe Release @ the Home Grown Footlocker Detroit Store, Detroit’s Annual – African American World Festival and Black Tattoo Arts & Music Expo, Detroitrap.com, Fly Zone Radio [Shade 45], The Michigan Chronicle, Nerve DJs.com, Selfish Magazine, SDM Live Magazine, UHHA Magazine, and WGPR Hot 107.5 FM (Friday Night Cypher Series, Imported From Detroit Showcase, and Summer Jamz) to name a few.
P Dot is also a 10x award winner of local award shows & music showcases with the Detroit Music Awards and the Underground Hip Hop Awards being the most recognized in the city; for consistently being considered one of the Best Female Hip-Hop Artists in the city of Detroit from 2015-2019, respectfully.
Not one to rest on her current and past laurels, P Dot constantly diversifies herself with her hands in acting, branding, cosmetology, hosting, and modeling. She has done notable fashion spreads with ADDIDAS, AL Wissam, Creo by Keca, It’s All Raw, and Kill the Hate, etc.
Her acting credits ranges from locally released Birthday Behavior [Film] to the currently in progress Detroit Cable Connection film, and several other notable locally releases film projects.
P Dot is currently promoting her latest single “Confessions,” from unreleased project entitled “Snap Dragpn”.
She has recently partnered with ASIR Consulting and Varsity Music Group, for an upcoming release entitled “Cody High: Class of 2020,” expected sometime in 2020.
P Dot is truly a child of the city. Not one to mince words and/or take things likely.
P Dot is “REAL AS REAL CAN GET!!” And for her, she wants to bring the old school vibe back, but mix it in with the social media era of today. You can follow and visit her @PDOTMUSIC on all social media outlets and download and/or stream her music under P-Dot, P. Dot, or P Dot, respectfully on any and/or all major music outlets.