Larry June has been steadily riding the wave of his most recent release Orange Print. To celebrate its success so far, the Bay Area artist drops off another Creative Paradise-directed visual, this time for the Money Man-assisted “Intercepted.” With hard-hitting production from Helluva, Money Man sets the tone with his bars about the calculated risk it took to get here:
Feds just like a cornerback, last week the pack got intercepted, and I’m makin’ big investments, flavors, got a large selection/ Caught a play inside Balenci’, caught a play inside the trenches/ Gettin’ money, fuck these n****s, he play, I’ma up it, n***a
They don’t want no smoke, we gon’ roll ‘em, they know we fire shit up/ They just want the prices, we got it, this shit here high as fuck/ I be catchin’ plays on the daily, I’m havin’ clientele/ I should change my name to LeVeon, the way I’m havin’ bales
Since its release, the Orange Print already surpassed 25M streams and cracked the Billboard Top 200 for the first time in his career. At the tail end of 2020, Larry June slid in one last project Numbers after a busy and successful year. Named after one of his most popular ad-libs, the Numbers project includes features from Ro James, Dej Loaf, Jay Worthy, Monroe Flow, and more. It kicks off with “From Uncle Herm pt. 2,” which is a continuation of a track featured on his Keep Going project with Harry Fraud. It’s his second solo project of the year, his first being March’s Adjust To The Game.
Aside from his own solo bodies of work, Larry has been extra busy this year with collab projects, dropping off his Cruise Usa project with Cardo in May, Orange Season (Deluxe) with Cookin’ Soul, Keep Going with Harry Fraud, and Cooks & Orange Juice with Berner back in October.
Be sure to check out Larry June’s brand new music video for “Intercepted” featuring Money Man down below.
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