A new mini-doc from The FADER and Alpha Industries reveals a street-level view of the faces and places that shaped the artist’s character.
G-Worthy is the new underground West Coast rap supergroup that features the great new LA rap hope G Perico, the slick-as-hell producer Cardo, and Jay Worthy, the rapper and producer who is also Grimes' half-brother. We posted their track "Never Miss" a couple of weeks ago, and on Friday, they released their self-titled debut mini-album.
LA supergroup G-Worthy (comprised of G Perico, Jay Worthy of LNDN DRGS, and Cardo) have released a new video for “Ain’t Trippin,” the second single from their self titled debut, out now via Fool’s Gold. The trio put their own spin on...Show More Summary
The westside’s newest wrecking crew, G-Worthy (comprised of LA rappers G Perico, Jay Worthy of LNDN DRGS, and super producer Cardo) release their self-titled debut project today. Recorded in 2 days in LA, the project itself is authentic...Show More Summary
The all-star collab is out now on Fool’s Gold Records.
South Central LA rapper G Perico put out one of the best albums of the year so far with All Blue. More recently, he's started a new hip-hop group with Grimes' half-brother, and now he's unleashed a freestyle over Biggie's "Nasty Boy." Listen below.
South Central LA rapper G Perico, Compton based Jay Worthy and acclaimed Texas-via-Minnesota producer Cardo have joined forces for the most exciting west-side connection this year, G-Worthy. The project is best described by Cardo as “late night mobbin”: music to be played while cruising the city to authentic loc’d-out vibes. Show More Summary
The trio shared the project’s title track “Never Miss.”
G-Worthy is a new West Coast rap group featuring G Perico (whose All Blue is one of this year's best albums), Jay Worthy (the rapper and producer behind LNDN DRGS, who also happens to be Grimes' half-brother), and Cardo (who has contributed beats to bangers by Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Travis Scott, and many more).
“I’m big on music, so I be sending little dedications out.”
Meet the rising L.A. rapper whose G-funk-soaked street stories are ringing in a new golden age of West Coast hip-hop.
Over breezy G-Funk, South Central PA rapper G Perico spits with the same kind of fire his hometown heroes had back in the day, with a slightly modern twist. Continue reading…
G Perico's All Blue is one of the best albums we've heard so far this year, and today the LA native shared a new video for the song "Bacc Forth." The clip was directed by Patroni Films, and it's a celebration of G Perico's recent successes. Some of the footage was shot in New York…
The L.A. rapper heads to New York City for the latest visual from his All Blue album.
All Blue is out now.
South Central LA's G Perico released a new album last week called All Blue, and today he debuted a video for the song "How You Feel." The clip was directed by Patroni Films, and it follows the young rapper from an art gallery to his neighborhood block. Check it out below. …
Gorillaz release their long-awaited new full-length, plus new albums from Feist, Willie Nelson, and G Perico.
Perico’s music puts a mirror to the peril and prosperity of Los Angeles with refreshing context.