Jay Worthy & Larry June Bring Old School Rap Back With New Lp 2 P’s In A Pod
Street legend Jay Worthy and Bay Area rapper Larry June have announced their first-ever joint album 2 P’s in a Pod, has been released on March 25th. The duo is bringing back old-school rap tunes that combine the distinctive Bay Area sound with LA hip-hop swag. We love some good old upper/lower West coast collab! (Fellow Bay Area locals where you at?)
“Leave It Up To Me” has been part of the early release of the album.
The two rappers go way back, after meeting in 2015 at a joined concert the two instantly clicked and a music-fueled friendship was born.
That’s really my brother u don’t meet many people in this industry that are solid and genuine like that. We really a team and it’s deeper then than rap with us, it’s family! Larry the only person who truly understood the Lndn Drgs sound. If you notice, Larry June the only other rapper other than myself who receives production from Sean House.
After over five years of planning, they finally joined forces and are now set on reviving the classic rap sound of the 2000s. The duo combines an unapologetically honest retrospect on their careers with a smooth melody and calming beat that puts you at ease and has almost melancholic nuances. A multifaceted song to carry you through slow days while reminding you that hard work pays off and to stay humble.
Check out “Leave It Up To Me” and the rest of 2 P’s in a Pod now and let yourself be transported back to the easier days of pre-corona hustle and Y2K nostalgia. What do you think of the song? Are you more into the East Coast or West coast sound? Let’s discuss in the comments!