13 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

South Central L.A. native G Perico asserts his allegiance to his hometown on All Blue, an album full of sneering raps, cash-and-glocks lyrics, and plenty of straight West Coastin’. His style is rooted in the nostalgic sounds of his beloved city, cut with his own hard-earned confidence: He takes you for a ride around his neighborhood on the title track’s riot of sour whistles and popping synths, and then admits selling crack to his uncle on the hard-hitting “Cant Play.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

South Central L.A. native G Perico asserts his allegiance to his hometown on All Blue, an album full of sneering raps, cash-and-glocks lyrics, and plenty of straight West Coastin’. His style is rooted in the nostalgic sounds of his beloved city, cut with his own hard-earned confidence: He takes you for a ride around his neighborhood on the title track’s riot of sour whistles and popping synths, and then admits selling crack to his uncle on the hard-hitting “Cant Play.”

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