G Perico Discusses Gangsta Rap Obligations On "Soulful Sundays"

Los Angeles, CA – G Perico sits down with HipHopDX’s Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark within the newest episode DX’s Soulful Sundays. Whereas having fun with some nice meals at Consolation LA in downtown Los Angeles, the West Coast rhymer speaks on his life and profession at nice size.

Throughout the dialog, Perico breaks down the accountability a gangsta rapper in at this time’s Hip Hop scene.

“Actual critical revered gangsta rap, it positively has to have layers,” he explains. “You’re already representing a tradition that’s misunderstood. Rather a lot us, particularly me, I’m gangsta by default — by the place I used to be born, the place I grew up at. If I wasn’t born in L.A. or whatnot, I’d in all probability be fucking backpack rap or no matter.”

He continues, “It’s my accountability as a gangsta rapper and a avenue man to principally present the nice facet shit. As a result of it’s simple to place a nasty stigma on high on every thing on the gangsta shit or simply the black shit, interval. You positively gotta have layers, communicate on completely different points. You possibly can’t simply be at floor stage with every thing. A gangsta rapper in 2018 positively has to the touch all differing kinds topics.

Elsewhere within the dialogue, Perico talks about his musical growth and getting a co-sign from the legendary E-40.

Watch the newest episode Soulful Sundays above.