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G Perico liberates ‘No Love In LA’ EP

The project sees seven new tracks from the South Central emcee.

G Perico
G Perico
Edgar Medina

G Perico is showing no signs of slowing down in 2021. In this year alone, the Cali star has already delivered the projects Free, Welcome To The Land, and Lover Boy Slim, along with singles like “Pull It” with 1TakeJay and the Steelz-assisted cuts “So Sweet” and “Westside Gangsta.” Today, he adds to that with a new body of work titled No Love In LA, which boasts seven tracks and a single assist from Haiti Babii.

In addition to No Love In LA, this week also saw a new visual from Perico for the Rucci-assisted “Keep Killin,” which sees the two rapping about street tales and lessons over Tom Tom Club-sampled production courtesy of Low The Great:

“You can’t help me if you can’t help yourself, I’m at the penthouse plotting on my next ten steps, one hundred million, straight out the ghetto, we finally on track, now it’s time to hit the pedal/

Can’t look back, gotta keep killin’, time going by, but I keep Crippin’, yellow gold jewelry and it’s covered up in ice, I’m just putting on for my niggas that got life/”

The accompanying clip shows G Perico riding through the streets while a scantily clad passenger dances and twerks. Elsewhere, Rucci delivers his verse while mobbing heavy with his crew.

In addition to his own work, G Perico could be heard contributing show-stealing bars on tracks like Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud’s “Ice Cold,” Terrace Martin and Denzel Curry’s “Pig Feet,” Don Pablito’s “West Coast,” Garren’s “Heavy Metal,” Joey Fatts’ “None of That,” Donut Da Legend’s “Double Back,” Fatboy Bizzle’s “Feel Me Or Kill Me (Remix),” TruCarr’s “What I See,” and — most recently — Griff Tyler’s “Wassup.”

Press play on both G Perico’s No Love In LA EP and the aforementioned video for “Keep Killin” below.

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