Fans of Jay Worthy and Sean House's LNDN DRGS project have been enamored by the Compton-meets-Vancouver duo's infections G-funk soundscapes. Their debut release, AKTIVE, dropped back in 2016, and this Friday (July 27), the project will be re-released independently on all streaming platforms for the first time. To spice up this re-release, the project morphs into AKTIVE Deluxe, with nine new songs.

That includes "Tomorrow," which finds LNDN DRGS mobbing with the one and only Freddie Gibbs. He's fresh off of his own recent release, Freddie, which borrows a similar vibe to this bouncy, funk'd out track. "Tomorrow" features an inspirational message that you should already be up on: heads shouldn't be putting off for tomorrow what they can do today. Hell, that should be the mentality of any hustler worth their weight in chicken.

"ASAP Yams pushed us to do this album and unfortunately he passed before it dropped," Jay Worthy said. "We revamped the album and added nine new songs and releasing it as dedication to him."

When it came to collaborating with Freddie Gibbs, Worthy explained: "I went on tour with Freddie last summer, that’s my everyday homie. We had been working in the stu forever with no engineer and had a ton of songs written. We would either pass out or never get a song layer down. When this beat came on, that was it and we got straight too it."

Stream "Tomorrow" in full below, and let that be your guide throughout the rest of the week before AKTIVE Deluxe's release. LNDN DRGS also plan to release a new EP with Curren$y in August.

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