If you want to “feel like a player,” Larry June says his new Orange Season EP with Cookin’ Soul is just the soundtrack you need.
With Orange Season, Larry June and Cookin’ Soul craft a smooth, clean EP that flows seamlessly from beginning to end. Cookin’ Soul’s velvety production is the perfect match for June’s laid-back flows, and G Herbo and Chuck Inglish lend a pair of features. Clocking in at a tight six tracks and 20 minutes, it’s solid for a quick listen or ready for repeated plays.
“If you wanna have a picnic, see a few chicks, have a beer, it’s some perfect day player shit,” Larry June said in a statement about the album. “It’s all vibes, I don’t really get too deep, but I feel with music you gotta move the people. When I hear music, I wanna hear what makes me feel the best. You gon put this tape on and when you get done you’re gonna feel like a player.”
Orange Season continues a busy year Larry June. The Bay Area rhymer appeared on select dates of The Smokers Club tour with Cam’ron, The Underachievers and G Herbo, and is on tour with Asher Roth this summer. This is his second project of the year, after releasing a self-titled EP in June, and after guest appearances on songs with Post Malone and Cousin Stizz. The always prolific Cookin’ Soul, meanwhile, has released El Swing De Siempre, Eterno Tumbao with Kaydy Cain and The Marvelous Adventures Vol. 1 instrumental project.