P. Rico is delaying the release of the “Streets Been Calling Rico” and instead prepping the release of “The Rico Act.”
Rico took to IG to showcase his artwork for the project.
This project will follow the release of his debut “Welcome To Puerto Rico,” which featured the single “Hang With Me.”
Rico was the talk of the underground in Summer 2013 after the release of his viral record “Hang With Me,” which spurred a slew of remixes from artists. The track’s Fly Visual-directed music video currently has close to 4 million views on YouTube.
This single appeared on Rico’s debut mixtape “Welcome To Puerto Rico.” This tape also features hit songs “No Lackin,” “Hang Wit Me,” “Gladiators,” “No Love” and “Make Noise.”
Rico has stayed busy in the past few months with a slew of records released on the net. Rico’s “How” is his biggest record of 2014.
Other records Rico bodied include “Hot N*gga” remix, “SKRRRT” and “Goin Back” Featuring Kash Da Kid, Swagg Dinero and Speaker Knockerz.
No word on the release date of Rico’s project.
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P. Rico Reveals Artwork For Upcoming Project ‘The Rico Act’
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