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Larry June cruises through East London for ‘Private Valet’: Watch the visual

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

If there’s one person we love from “the blog era”, it has got to be Larry June. Next, it would have to be Dom Kennedy and then, Curren$y. All of the rappers mentioned have calm demeanours and deliveries. When it comes to their music, there’s a steamy marriage between their lyrics and the classic instrumentals selection that makes us think of classic movies inspired by eras before us. From the beginning of ‘Private Valet’—produced by Jake One—shares that men can keep their composure. And if you can’t, you aren’t one. Moving forward with the rest of the song, the Bay Area living legend talks about his lady, how thick she is, the game being cold, and how he’s living the dream regardless.

Have a look at the clutch LX direction now shot in East London.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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