You're Doing Good Larry June
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- 1Doing Good03:03
- 2So Organic03:18
- 3Healthy (feat. Jazz Cartier)04:08
- 4Prices Goin' Up02:12
- 5On Me03:33
- 6Worried Bout03:29
- 7Too Live Crew (feat. Chuck Inglish)03:43
- 8Throw Sum (feat. Ye Ali)03:41
- 9Fall In Love (feat. TYuS)04:03
Info for You're Doing Good
Larry June is “Back Rappin” and we couldn’t be happier here at Elevator. However, Larry is focused on spreading more than lyrics; his health-centric lifestyle has become an integral part of his persona both on stage and off. While many of his peers choose to glorify prescription drugs, Larry has managed to incorporate his past trap experiences with his current healthy living lifestyle.
This is epitomized in his live performances where Larry can often be seen donning some Whole Foods gear while lofting fresh oranges into the crowd.
After a brief musical hiatus, Larry is back and healthier than ever. When I caught up with June following his captivating set at the Rolling Loud Festival he casually mentioned that he has six EP’s in the works. While initially skeptical, sure enough, only days later he would go on to announce the first project’s title, You’re Doing Good, which is one of Larry’s many catchphrases that you’ll no doubt become familiar with by the end of this piece. Larry’s infectious charisma is unmatched and his emphasis on healthy living has given rap a sorely needed check-up.
was born in San Francisco, California to teenage parents. When he turned 4 years old his mother decided to relocate to Atlanta, GA, where young June developed a love and a passion for music. In Atlanta he was exposed to the southern sounds of Hip Hop. His love for music was further enhanced by his summer visits to see his father in San Francisco.
His father, who is a musician had young June in the studio from the age of 5 years old, giving him early exposure to how music is made. To keep his son busy around the studio June’s father bought him a keyboard and during one summer visit the young June would teach himself how to create his own music. By the age of 8 years old June had mastered rapping and creating his own music.
June released his first mixtape at the age of 15 and over the years he has stayed true to his southern roots while still maintaining his Bay area/California sound – creating a unique sound. Utailizing social media platforms such as Twitter, YouTube and Soundcloud, June has built a tremendous fan base and following to his music. His best-known songs include “Rookie of the Year,” “Max Pain” and “Glock 40”. The San Francisco rapper just recently dropped the mixtake “Larry EP” following up on his September, 2015 release of mixtape “#GoodJobLarry”.
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