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Parking Lot Pimp is a club-oriented pop group from Singapore formed in 2004, when producer and songwriter Terry Lee, vocalists Vanessa Fernandez and Trisno Ishak, and multi-instrumentalist Munir Alsagoff left the Singapore-based pop/hip-hop combo Urban Xchange.

PLP wasted no time either, adding rapper JG (aka Jeremy Green) and debuting in spring 2005 with the single "Blow". The song quickly caught a buzz in the Singapore pop scene and at MTV Asia, and set up the mid-summer release of the full-length Parking Lot Pimp debut, Welcome to our frequency.

They were named MTV Advance Warning Artiste. In 2005 and 2006, Parking Lot Pimp featured on American Online Music (AOL).

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