Just last week, Bay Area’s very own Larry June joined forces with Harry Fraud to drop their joint project Keep Going. The 10-track body of work includes guest appearances from frequent collaborators and Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, Jay Worthy, and Herm Lewis. The first visual from Keep Going just arrived for the song “I Like You,” where Larry keeps his signature chill flow and includes a couple California references:
“Gettin’ money, layin’ low, dodgin’ the vice, I’m sippin’ on Perrier, watchin’ the fight. I’m keepin’ it P ‘cause it’s all I know. Had to triple up my pockets and big up my goals. I used to have a girl that lived in Glen Cove. She grew up on Mac Dre and stayed on ten toes. She always kept a n***a wood rolled.”
Earlier this year, Larry June dropped off his joint project with Cardo titled Cruise USA, which followed his March solo project Adjust to the Game. Harry Fraud has also definitely had a busy 2020 providing expertise behind the boards for numerous spitters. He dropped back to back projects with Curren$y, releasing The Outrunners in July then following up with The Director’s Cut later in September. He also recently shared Glass 2.0 with Mayhem Lauren and Eat When You’re Hungry, Sleep When You’re Tired with Jay Worthy.
In a previous interview with REVOLT, Larry June spoke about how he has finally manifested the life of his dreams:
“Manifestation, it’s real. I was dreaming about this sh*t. Not even just dreaming about music shit, just more living free. Free of fear. Being able to legitimately make money and support your family, not having to look over your shoulder and sh*t. That’s what I meant by I was dreaming. Coming from where I come from, moms had me at 15. Living in homeless shelters, doing all kinds of sh*t. I wasn’t supposed to be doing what I’m doing right now... I feel like everyday I’m dreaming.”
Watch the new “I Like You” video below!