G Perico Delivers "Hurricane"

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New heat from G Perico.

While the West Coast has ushered in a new wave of artists in the past few days, G Perico's grinding like he's among the new generation of L.A. rappers. In 2021, the rapper was active as ever, especially in comparison to the years prior. He delivered six full-length projects, along with a slew of singles, that truly emphasized the warm and funky sounds with colorful descriptions of Los Angeles culture. 

Evidently, G Perico isn't slowing down as we enter 2022. The rapper already slid through with his first record of the year, "Hurricane." Dreamy piano keys and soulful vocal samples set the tone as Perico jumps on the track with urgency. "500 bands a month (a month?!)/ Watch me do my dance when it comes," he declares off of the rip. The smooth flows and stretchy cadences turn every bar into a quotable as Perico celebrates success.

Quotable Lyrics
Like I said, we in grind mode
If you don't believe in this shit, what you around for? (answer that)
You just trying to steal the juice
After all the shit I did, how you gon' think I'm stupid?


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Aron A. is a features editor for HotNewHipHop. Beginning his tenure at HotNewHipHop in July 2017, he has comprehensively documented the biggest stories in the culture over the past few years. Throughout his time, Aron’s helped introduce a number of buzzing up-and-coming artists to our audience, identifying regional trends and highlighting hip-hop from across the globe. As a Canadian-based music journalist, he has also made a concerted effort to put spotlights on artists hailing from North of the border as part of Rise & Grind, the weekly interview series that he created and launched in 2021. Aron also broke a number of stories through his extensive interviews with beloved figures in the culture. These include industry vets (Quality Control co-founder Kevin "Coach K" Lee, Wayno Clark), definitive producers (DJ Paul, Hit-Boy, Zaytoven), cultural disruptors (Soulja Boy), lyrical heavyweights (Pusha T, Styles P, Danny Brown), cultural pioneers (Dapper Dan, Big Daddy Kane), and the next generation of stars (Lil Durk, Latto, Fivio Foreign, Denzel Curry). Aron also penned cover stories with the likes of Rick Ross, Central Cee, Moneybagg Yo, Vince Staples, and Bobby Shmurda.