One of the more underrated projects of 2023 was Larry June and Cardo’s The Night Shift. In the event that you missed it with so much music dropping last year, get familiar courtesy of the video for “Stickin and Movin.” You know there are cars all through the video.
Larry June and Cardo smooth it out with “Chops On The Blade.” It’s what you’d expect from Larry June as he continues to deliver rhymes from the perspective of a player while Cardo slides through with some lyrical assistance.
UK emcee Knucks connects with Larry June over a Kenny Beats production on “I Suppose.” Knucks has been making waves overseas and hopes to do the same in the States so a collaboration with Larry June is certainly one way to get our attention. June comes in for some singing on the hook before delivering his verse on overcoming adversity to become great.
The Alchemist and Larry June continue to flex with their stellar The Great Escape and cut loose another set of visuals with “Turkish Cotton.” Big money slick talk from Larry over smooth ass production from Al as the duo makes moves overseas.
Fresh off the Flying High EP, The Alchemist grabs Larry June and Jay Worthy for the video for “Midnight Oil.” If you haven’t hit play on the project yet, do so now.
From Larry June and Alchemist’s stellar album The Great Escape album comes the video for “Summer Reign” featuring Ty Dolla $ign on the hook.
After doing some work for Larry June, June returns the favor for Slum Village on “Just Like You.” Featuring none other than The Dramatics, “Just Like You” will be the first single from the group’s ninth as-yet-titled album. And Young RJ says that there just might be some J Dilla on it.
The duo of Larry June and The Alchemist refuse to take their foot off the neck of Hip Hop and drop a video for “Palisades, CA” featuring Detroit’s Big Sean. From Larry June and Alchemist’s The Great Escape coming at you soon.
The smooth-talking Larry June connects with The Alchemist for “60 Days.” June even gets Al to bless the mic over some minimalistic production. Surely this means that there’s a new Larry June album on the horizon, right?
Larry June is the essence of consistency and the Bay Area rapper dishes a set of visuals from his recently released Orange Print with “6am In Sausalito.” The video is as cool as the song as June is cruising, sipping and rhyming with a beautiful city backdrop.