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Larry June and Jay Worthy link up for “Dear Winter” video

The song can be found on his recent ‘NUMBERS’ project.

Larry June, Jay Worthy Screenshot of “Dear Winter” video

To cap off his busy year of releases, Larry June unleashed his 2020 buzzer beater with his NUMBERS project. He wasted no time presenting fans with visuals from the album, with his Jay Worthy-assisted “Dear Winter” being first up. On the track, Larry opens it up with his signature bars about his healthy lifestyle:

Eat some blueberries in the mornin’, a lil’ raw spinach. If you don’t know nun’ about me, you know I’m gon’ get it./ Sorry, love, don’t take this personal, but we just so different. You can keep the diamonds and designer, that just came with it./ Boss shit, this that drink-a-coffee-take-a-walk shit. Doin’-pushups-in-my-loft shit, check it out./ Woke up, made a quick breakfast, then I smashed out. Ocean Beach, top down, check it out, uh./ Move like a beast do, pulp in my orange juice. Air purifiers in my crib help me sleep cool.

Named after one of his most popular ad-libs, NUMBERS 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.

In a previous interview with REVOLT, Larry June spoke about why he plans to influence the masses with positivity:

“In music, you can promote other sh*t. You can do whatever you want to do as long as you’re happy. When you’re happy and living freely, you don’t have too much sh*t you worry about. Like the street sh*t, but it’s good. I come from the streets though, I was introduced to different lifestyle where you can live peacefully.”

Be sure to check out Larry June’s new video for “Dear Winter” featuring Jay Worthy down below.

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