Jay Worthy drops two videos for “Boogie Man” and “Members Only (Outside)”
The rapper drops two new videos within 24 hours from each other.
Back in December, Jay Worthy and Sean House — together known as LNDN DRGS — unleashed their Burnout 4 project. Since then, Jay Worthy has kept his foot on the gas and he has now returned with not one, but two visuals back to back. Yesterday, he dropped his “Boogie Man” video featuring Honda Carter and today he circled back around to share “Members Only (Outside).” In the latter track, the rappers take it to the streets of Harlem as Jay Worthy takes care of the opening bars:
“Blood on the ground, blood on my shoes. Blood on my strings whole outfit rules.
Blood where you from, you could count to two. When the dogs go bark, they all say woo. Been for the game, Been for the game.”
Prior to the two new videos was the official cut for “Drills” and also the Larry June-assisted “Always.” The aforementioned Burnout 4 project sees nine cuts and additional assists from Smoke DZA, Larry June, Chuck Inglish, Stalley, Boldy James, and more. This year also saw Jay Worthy share his well-received projects Two4one, Eat When You’re Hungry Sleep When You’re Tired, and Till The Morning. Burnout 4 follows last year’s Affiliated, which saw 14 cuts and a wealth of features from TF, IAMSU!, G Perico, Conway The Machine, Problem, Casey Veggies, Meyhem Lauren, Krayzie Bone, and more.
The chemistry on the “Members Only (Outside)” track stems from years of friendship. “This been my brother way before this rap shit,” he writes. “Me and the homie was thuggin’ everyday on bullshit 10 years plus from Bompton to the jungles ain’t shit changed we just getting money now. MEMBERS ONLY (OUTSIDE) VIDEO OUT NOW. @slumlordtrill cameo by @bigbodybesnyc shot by @thedailygems.”
Be sure to watch both videos for “Boogie Man” and “Members Only (Outside)” down below.
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