Fast-rising Bay Area artist Lil Pete has been storming through the west coast’s underground, becoming one of the most promising up-and-comers to come out of San Francisco. After delivering his new album Hardaway last year via Empire and his own label, Public Housin’, he returned with a plethora of loosies and accompanying visuals such as “Mad At You” and “Deeper Than Rap.” Now he’s back again with another new track and visual titled “Slime’N,” which brings forth a bouncy West Coast backdrop alongside trap-clad drums and percussion.
On the JoToven-produced beat, Pete raps in his characteristically laidback manner, speaking on street hustling, his rise to fame, and more. The accompanying 806 Nick-directed visual for the track sees Pete vibing out in his hometown, relaxing at the basketball courts with his posse as he flaunts his luxury cars and dripped-out jewelry.
You can watch the visual for “Slime’N” above.