Larry June and The Alchemist have chronicled the making of their forthcoming joint effort The Great Escape via a new documentary.

The Bay Area rapper and Grammy-nominated producer have been teasing the project for a while, but finally announced earlier this month that it will arrive on March 31.

The 13-minute Miggs-directed doc finds both Larry and Al chopping it up in the studio as they craft their upcoming album, with the latter trying on various samples throughout the process as Larry spits. Wiz Khalifa and Jay Worthy are also heard contributing to the tape.

You can check out the documentary in full below:


Larry June’s previous album, Spaceships on the Blade, was released last year. Both June and The Alchemist worked together on “Breakfast In Monaco” from the project. As for Al, he previously released joint projects with both Roc Marciano and Curren$y in the past year.

In a 4.2-rated review of the formerHipHopDX‘s Dash Lewis called it “the most quintessential expression of [June’s] sound.”

The review continued: “It’s a 20-song, 53-minute album that never feels like a slog, as all of his experiments lock into place: he plays with Eazy-E’s ‘Boyz-N-The-Hood’ flow; he sings like a more emotionally available Nate Dogg; he raps about green juice and guns with equal reverence; he mixes screwed down tempos with nervy Vallejo bounce.

“In less capable hands, such variety would come off as chaotic or forced, but June’s calm confidence glues it all together seamlessly. Spaceships on the Blade is the ultimate hustler’s guide to believing in oneself.”

On March 10, Hit-Boy and ALC also teamed up for “Slipping Into Darkness,” which finds the duo rapping over each other’s hard-hitting production.

The THIRDEYERAZ-directed clip showcases the duo crafting some beats while chilling in a clothing boutique store.

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The clip also happens to be the full version of a teaser shared earlier this week that saw Hit-Boy take a few jabs at several notable producers including Metro Boomin, Southside, Hitmaka, Mustard and others.

“I don’t really know dude, he seem like a cool cat/ But I never once heard Metro Boomin do boom bap/ I never heard a Southside beat without an 808 in it/ HB in drunk-driver mode, I swerve in every lane with it,” he raps.

I fuck with Mustard, he can make that ratchet shit with his eyes closed/ But now I’m starting to wonder can that n-gga chop soul?”