Just last week Jay Worthy and Sean House — together known as LNDN DRGS — unleashed their Burnout 4 project with a visual of the same name to match. They keep their momentum going by releasing a video for the Larry June-assisted “Always” track from the project. Directed by Cole Eckerle, the new visual sees Larry sliding over the Sean House-produced nostalgic beat:
I talk that shit and my lifestyle match. I’m beatin’ they ass, everything I drop is a classic. Fresh gold n***a with a pocket full of hush, she callin’ me daddy, and sockin’ the funds. Off to the motherfuckin’ trenches, I always wasn’t rich but I always had bitches. Came from needin’ rides, to drop top 6’s, deep in the back, my life is a fact. I peep something fishy then I reach for the strap. Movin’, looking for a bag. You goin’ out bad n***a trickin’ on that bag, what’s hatnin’
The new project Burnout 4 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.
In Larry June-related news, the Bay Area’s very own also just announced this morning that his solo newest solo project is officially on the way. Named after one of his most beloved ad-libs, NUMBERS will be 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 most recently Cooks & Orange Juice with Berner back in October.
Watch LNDN DRGS’s new music video for “Always” featuring Larry June down below.