Having flaunted his mafioso clout and his Superfly style on previous singles, undergound rhymesayer Perrion turns his attention to his hometown on New York, New York, the latest release off his forthcoming street album. Nick Rio‘s moody, majestic street boardwork bangs in the back as the Harlem repper trumpets his uptown pride, emphasizing the perils of life ‘round his way and the unrivaled realness of his clique. Fellow NYC natives Black Dave and Slim Dollars put on for their city in grimy guest verses. Feeling it? You’ll be able to find this East Coast street anthem and much more on the artist’s From Perry With Love tape, scheduled to hit the ‘net on Tuesday, September 17.
Written by richard on 09/4/13
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