Perico hit us with the courtroom footage from his case, just to show y’all what solid looks like. With the track Produced by Larry Jayy, Perico is rapping about remaining solid over a fire sample of Mary J. Blige’s “Love No Limit”.
He reassures us that he ain’t never drop a dime or give prosecutors anything to work with and is praised by the streets while cruising through the city as a free man
G Perico – Music Video
“So many secrets that I’m taking to my grave/If we ain’t on the same page ain’t no point in trying to hang”
In a past interview with REVOLT, G Perico spoke on how he’s been putting positive energy back into his community, especially given his past:
“I just did so much wrong around here, for me to get some type of success, or just do what I do, to just leave, I don’t ever think I’d be creating the right energy doing that. I’m like the example around here, like even if I don’t make a million dollars, I can put that mindset in somebody else that’s walking by, and one of these kids, or one of my little homies…”
G Perico, releases his brand new anticipated album, “Free.” Stream the 6-track project below
G Perico – Album
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Resurrecting the distinctive sounds of early-’90s West Coast G-funk, rapper G Perico connected the streets and the studio with his cinematic storytelling and observations from South Central Los Angeles.
Born Jeremy Nash, Perico was involved in gang life from a young age. His first tapes were even issued while he was in jail. With a delivery similar to DJ Quik, Too $hort, and Eazy-E, Perico started to build a following with 2015’s Tha Innerprize 2. The next year, he issued his breakthrough mixtape, Shit Don’t Stop. In 2017, Perico released a trio of efforts, starting with his All Blue mixtape — a reference to his affiliation with the Crips — which he issued on his own indie label, So Way Out. He followed with a notable collaborative album, which found him joining forces with Bloods-affiliated Jay Worthy and producer Cardo as G-Worthy. Before the end of the year, Perico released 2 Tha Left, featuring single “Everybody” and appearances by Nef the Pharaoh, Mozzy, Curren$y, and frequent collaborator Polyester. 2018 brought the collaborative single “Colors” with Freddie Gibbs and Mozzy, followed by the Guess What? EP.
In 2019, Perico announced a partnership deal between Roc Nation and his label So Way Out. The first of two planned joint releases, Ten Eight, was issued in August of that year. The full-length album included the single “Big Raccs” and featured Sonny Digital, AzChike, and Bucho.
Via All Music