Larry June,The Alchemist and Big Sean have dropped a sleek video for their new song “Palisades, CA” — check it out below.

Directed by David Camarena, the visual finds the trio flexing a fleet of gorgeous foreign cars in front of a spectacular ocean view as Sean Don and Larry trade bars about how they maintain their luxurious wealth.

“I’m thinkin’ billions, cop anothеr buildin’, new woop Sicilian/ Thinkin’ bigger, you thought I was coolin’, I was takin’ risks/ Palisades, chillin’ in the shade, might take the Bent’/ Bettin’ on myself and every time, n-gga, it’s a hit,” Larry June brags in his trademark laidback flow.

Picking up the baton, Big Sean spits: “Look, if you not gettin’ richer every year, then you just backwards hustlin’/ You movin’ off emotion, I’m strategizin’, discussin’ it/ See, I been on my supplements/ Fish oils, chlorophyll, multis/ My hair growin’ out and hoes lovin’ it.”

“Palisades, CA” is just the latest single from Larry June and The Alchemist’s upcoming collaborative album The Great Escape following “60 Days” and “89 Earthquake.” The project drops in its entirety on March 31.

The pair previously worked together on “Breakfast In Monaco,” from Larry’s last album Spaceships on the Blade, which arrived in August 2022.

In a ” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>4.2 out of 5 reviewHipHopDX‘s Dash Lewis called Spaceships on the Blade “the most quintessential expression of [June’s] sound.

“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,” the review continued.

The Alchemist & Larry June Chronicle Making Of ‘The Great Escape’ Album In New Documentary

The Alchemist & Larry June Chronicle Making Of ‘The Great Escape’ Album In New Documentary

“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.”

Alchemist also had a busy year in 2022, releasing joint efforts with Roc Marciano (The Elephant Man’s Bones) and Curren$y (Continuation) while also contributing to Benny The Butcher’sTana Talk 4, Freddie Gibbs’$$$ and Earl Sweatshirt’sSick!, among other projects.

More recently, the veteran producer teamed up with Hit-Boy on “Slipping Into Darkness,” which found the duo rapping over each other’s hard-hitting production.

Most of the attention naturally focused on Hit-Boy’s verse, which contained shots at fellow contemporary hitmakers Metro Boomin, Mustard, Southside and Hitmaka.