G Perico wasted no time getting back to work in the new year. Today (Jan. 7), he has dropped off a brand new single titled “Hurricane.” The new offering is a follow up to recent visuals like “The Interview” and “Sin Again.” On the new single, G Perico rides some production courtesy of Dupri:
Tango, baby, Tango, we been fuckin’ ’em up, it’s the hurricane/ Five hunnid bands a month (A month?), watch me do my dance when it comes (Dance), Tango ’bout to hurricane on ’em (Twenty-two)/ Five hunnid bands a month (A month?)
Watch me do my dance when it comes (Dance) tango ’bout to hurricane on ’em (Twenty-two), look, yeah, uh/ Do my Dame Dash (Dance), do my P. Diddy (Dance)
We get straight cash
Back in August, G Perico delivered his latest project Play 2 Win, which saw 11 tracks and contributions from 03 Greedo, Remble, and BlueBucksClan. The release was also led by the singles “Spazz” and “5 Freeway.” Earlier this week, the South Central star liberated another video from Play 2 Win for “The Interview.”
Play 2 Win follows a slew of releases from the South Central emcee, including Free, Welcome To The Land, Lover Boy Slim, No Love In LA, and LA Summers. Perico also continues his expansion into the fashion world — most recently, he held a successful pop-up for his popular Blue T-Shirt brand in West Hollywood store Fred Segal. In 2020, he delivered his unique, nostalgic vibes to songs like Eric Bellinger’s “Scenarios,” Jay Worthy’s “The Routine,” Royce da 5’9”’s “Young World,” Curren$y’s “Run Thru,” and Terrace Martin and Denzel Curry’s “Pig Feet.” Prior to that, he teamed up with Roc Nation for the well-received Ten-Eight.
Be sure to press play on G Perico’s brand new single “Hurricane.”
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