Jay Worthy has to be one of the most unique artists in hip hip when it comes to his releases. For example, a couple of years ago saw the Vancouver-to-Compton emcee deliver the EP Two4one, which saw him connecting with four different producers — Cardo, Jake One, The Alchemist, and Harry Fraud — for two tracks each. That project also saw a wealth of assists from Westside Boogie, G Perico, Kamaiyah, Pressa, Larry June, and more.
Back in October, Worthy liberated the sequel to Two4one, aptly titled Two4Two, which (for the most part) follows the same concept and sees another eight cuts backed by Levin Kali, DJ Mr. Rogers, fellow LNDN DRGS cohort Sean House, Droop E, and Dâm-Funk, the last of whom helped provide some nostalgic vibes on “Moonlight.”
“Slap-boxing in the street under moonlight, so much wrong goin’ on, tryna do right, said I’m done with the shit, live a new life, big homies on the horse, watch ’em cruise by, party over, time to go, we like, ‘Westside,” I done did it in the land where the best die, one-ten, one-oh-five to the best side, it’s a function going on and it don’t stop, gang bang to the boogie, let the beat drop, CL pushing smooth like I’m Pete Rock…”
Yesterday (Dec. 7), Worthy unveiled a dual visual for “Moonlight” and other collaboration with Dâm-Funk titled “Can’t Do That.” Directed by Danny Trinidad, the track sees the artists out in the L.A. streets, showing off a classic whip and otherwise performing the music in different locations with crew members and a low-key woman in tow.
Check it all out below. In promotion of the clip, a social media post revealed that “Can’t Do That” would appear on a yet-to-be-titled joint effort from Jay Worthy and Dâm-Funk — hopefully, that body of work is arriving soon after the new year.