Moving On Up: Perth rapper Perry P smartly keeps his head to the grind to avoid temptations with ‘On The Low’

Released through Pharo Chino Records, Perry P returns after his well-received second single ‘6IXTY P.’, with the smoothly flowed new single that has him deeply ‘On The Low‘.

Perry P is an emerging Perth, Australia-based trap artist. He has a distinctive style that sweeps away all the distracting dust that has been built up – and lets in a new artist who seems to have so much hunger – plus that extra determination to succeed long-term.

“To me it’s a realisation that the life I wanna live is only a step away, that all the work being put in will soon pay off in the biggest ways. The title ‘On The Low’ represents the quiet grind I’ve been on to make things happen, me having my head down trying to piece things together, and that I won’t allow any outside thoughts and opinions to enter my inner matrix on my way up.”Perry P

You feel his impressively polished flow stream through like a water slide only getting more exciting, as he raps so clean and fresh to keep the dishes firmly on the rack. He tells us the story about how his head is down and not looking around too much, as his focus is only on bagging that precious paper.

On The Low‘ from the Australian rapper Perry P, has us putting our shades on so we can can keep that poker face on tight. It feels like he has built up his loyal crew smartly and has his ravenous eyes firmly on the ultimate prize – and its this type of attitude – that has our attention firmly on what he can possibly do in this fickle world, if he can cleverly stay away from those easy-to-get-into temptations.

Stream this official visualizer on YouTube and see his vibe on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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