Larry June and Jay Worthy drop visual for “Orange Juice In Vancouver”
The track can be found on Larry’s ‘Keep Going’ joint project with Harry Fraud.
At the top of this month, Larry June and Harry Fraud joined forces with frequent collaborator Harry Fraud for their project Keep Going. The Bay Area rapper recently linked up with Jay Worthy in New York City to film their new video for “Orange Juice In Vancouver” off the project. On the song, June flows with ease over the Harry Fraud-produced beat:
“Lost my wallet hoppin’ out the 50, but like, fuck it though. Jumped in the game head first and got my money up. Spit it like no other in the game, you n***as’ honey bun. Still got some hoes from Vancouver that’ll run it up. Wipin’ down the rims on my Benz, thinkin’ better livin’. Had to bust a move in Santa Clara, so she came with me.”
Prior to the new video, Larry shared two other visuals from Keep Going, first for “I Like You” and then one for the Curren$y-assisted “Let’s Go To New Orleans.” The 10-track body of work includes guest appearances from familiar names to Larry’s fans like Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, Jay Worthy, and Herm Lewis. He dropped off his joint project with Cardo titled Cruise USA back in May, which followed his March solo project Adjust to the Game. Right before Keep Going, he shared his 7-track collab project with Cookin’ Soul titled Orange Season (Deluxe Edition). He also had fans rocking his “Organic” and “Healthy” merch all year long.
In a previous interview with REVOLT, Larry June spoke about why he plans to influence the masses with positivity:
“In music, you can promote other sh*t. You can do whatever you want to do as long as you’re happy. When you’re happy and living freely, you don’t have too much sh*t you worry about. Like the street sh*t, but it’s good. I come from the streets though, I was introduced to different lifestyle where you can live peacefully.”
Watch Larry June’s new music video for “Orange Juice In Vancouver” down below.
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