The Cool Kids are steadily gearing up to release their Before Shit Got Weird triple album, which is set to make landfall next year in February. Following the release of their “Hibachi” track, Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks joined forces with Bay Area rapper Larry June for their new single “All or Nothing” out now via Empire. On the song, the trio creates a laid-back player vibe:

Pick that book up and look it up I don’t like coupes, they too snug, I like trucks/ Big dogs eat, you a pug, bet you ain’t know I was the plug, what you want? What’s the count? Lump sums, no credit, this a membership club and I’m the only one with it/

Big pimping on a yacht like Jigga, five point O whipping this to the picnic/ The show like Slick Rick, pancake, Bisquick/

The aforementioned project will consist of two solo albums, as well as a collaborative project between the two. Produced entirely by Chuck and created during the pandemic, the two artists credit the album being made “after spending an abundant amount of time together during the pandemic.”

Most recently, Larry June linked up with frequent collaborator Cardo for their Into The Late Nightproject. Back in June, Larry June unleashed his Orange Print project and has been providing smooth visuals for his fans to vibe to at a steady pace ever since. First up was “Still Cookin,” then cuts like “6am In Sausalito” and “Intercepted” featuring Money Man. Since its release, the Orange Print already surpassed well over 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.

Be sure to press play on “All or Nothing” by The Cool Kids featuring Larry June.