G Perico Is The Next LA Flag Bearer For G-Funk With ‘All Blue’ | @BGPerico Brandon Caldwell April 27, 2017 Album Streams, Music, Music Video 5 Comments Vibrant & hazy, G Perico is the latest LA rapper you need be acclimated with. G Perico’s brand of G-Funk is no different than plenty of other revivalists that have come through over the past few years. YG made two albums worth of bangers out of it. DJ Quik is a long-standing forefather of the entire genre still going strong. Which brings us back to G Perico. Last year, the South Central Los Angeles rapper released the stingy and bullish Shit Don’t Stop. The formula that worked well on that tape gets ballooned on All Blue, his proper debut album. Watching the “All Blue” video earlier this week and you could easily get why he’s a hood hero. His allegiances are more than detailed and to the point. His world is as rugged and ridiculous as one may expect. LA banging hasn’t dissolved into anything you can ignore. Instead, G manages to swim in muddy waters with plenty of charisma and bluntness in his words. His whole aesthetic and greatness as a storyteller is what makes him standout. Switching from a Jheri curl ala Quik and Eazy-E to braids and back, the album cover for All Blue features him with rollers in his hair. We joke that regional rap is close to being dead but G Perico is all South Central Los Angeles, rapping and navigating life wit his homeboys either dead and gone because that’s all he knows. And thanks to Priorty Records, Polester the Saint and Sonny Digital, the rest of the world will glean a bit from him too. Watch the “All Blue” video below and purchase the album on iTunes. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr 5 Responses Watch G Perico's "Turnin Corners" Video » Day & A Dream May 26, 2017 […] the videos for “How You Feel” and “Right Now”, G Perico continues the saga of avoiding LAPD at all […] Reply Watch G Perico's "Gets My Staccs" Video |» Day & A Dream July 13, 2017 […] Perico has been outsmarting the feds for the entirety of his All Blue run. From block to block, potential set up to potential set up, the South Central, LA rapper has […] Reply G Perico, Jay Worthy And Cardo Are 'G-Worthy' » Day & A Dream September 29, 2017 […] say in their music. Perico has already sewn up one of the year’s more promising projects with All Blue back in April. Jay Worthy has kept his name as one of the emerging acts from Compton and Cardo, he […] Reply G Perico Keeps It Honest On "Amerikkka" » Day & A Dream November 7, 2017 […] Central, LA’s own G Perico has spent most of 2017 evolving what gangster rap has been. From All Blue to G Worthy, the So Way Out rapper had exhibited plenty of skill around highwire production from […] Reply Stream G Perico's '2 Tha Left' Album » Day & A Dream December 8, 2017 […] unmistakable jheri curl, hasn’t slowed down in 2017. In April, he released his debut album, All Blue. Months later, he teamed with Cardo and Jay Worthy to form the G Worthy trio. On 2 Tha Left, he […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.