G-Eazy dropped off his latest single, "West Coast" in February which featured the rising L.A. star, Blueface. Now, G Perico's returned with a new freestyle on G-Eazy and Blueface's collab while delivering his perspective of Los Angeles.
G Perico is back with a new freestyle over Eazy's latest single. Straight off the bat, the Los Angeles rapper pays his respect to Nipsey Hussle, rapping, "Puma check, Paper Plane check/ 'Fore a start, long live King Nip." Perico adds his own twist and swag to the record while detailing his experiences coming up in South Central.
Perico released his project, Guess What? last year, and shortly after, dropped off his tape, Screw Worthy. Since then, he's dropped off his collaboration with Polyester The Saint, "Love Letter" which arrived towards the end of 2018.
I'm die-hard in a Slauson with a bodyguard
That boy sick, he gets paid to catch bodies boy
Yeah I slug but love ain't really live here
South Central, you can't trust yo friends here