Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud Drop 'You Take the Credit, We'll Take the Check' f/ Conway the Machine, and More

Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud team up to release the follow-up to their 2020 collaborative album "Eat When You’re Hungry Sleep When You’re Tired."

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UPDATED 10/12, 3:40 p.m. ET: Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud have dropped the official video for “Pacific Coast Highway,” a fan-favorite track off their latest collaborative project, You Take the Credit, We’ll Take the Check.

The Nobody Else-directed visual is kept relatively simple, as it finds the duo showing off their expensive sports cars while cruising the titular highway. The grainy, home-video-like cinematography adds an old-school, intimate vibe to the clip, which features Bay Area rapper Larry June. Scenic ocean shots from Pointe Dume also pair well with the song’s laidback melody.

You can check out the “Pacific Coast Highway” video above. The visual arrives more than two months after Jay and Harry unleashed You Take the Credit, We’ll Take the Check.

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Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud team up once again to release their new collaborative album You Take the Credit, We’ll Take the Check.

An official follow-up to Worthy and Fraud’s 2020 joint project Eat When You’re Hungry, Sleep When You’re Tired, the 14-track album features the previously released single “Helicopter Homicide,” as well as guest appearances from Conway the Machine, Curren$y, BandGang Lonnie Bands, Kamaiyah, Larry June, A$AP Twelvy, as well as others.

“We did this album in the Hamptons on some real player shit” Jay Worthy said in a press release. “We wilded out, ate good, swam and rode bikes.  It was a beautiful experience to say the least.”

Harry Fraud added, “This album is the second chapter in me and Worthy’s musical story. The last project was the appetizer and this is the main course. We’ve refined the sound this time around and zeroed in on the lavish textures that compliment Jay’s manual full of game told through his raps. All the way down to the cover art, which is a view from inside the diner off the last album’s cover. The title is a sentiment we both share, fuck the credit, give us the bread, because at the end of the day you can’t pay your bills with clout.”

Stream You’ll Take the Credit, We’ll the Check now on all major platforms.



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