Today we have an absolute classic hip-hop cut from two West Coast staples. JayKin is a career artist and still to this date has one of the most iconic projects to come out of Vancouver is 2010’s Sneakers and Video Games. Its only fitting that JayKin collaborated with another legendary figure in West Coast Rap, Compton’s own Jay Worthy.
“Monte Carlo” is extremely nostalgic for me, it sounds instantly timeless with the 80s sample on loop provided by producer U-Tern. Their bars have an incredibly laidback Westcoast feel to them, this song will play amazingly well driving slow with the seat reclined way back throughout your city streets. Snick Silva directed the visuals and its all based around capturing a day in the life for JayKin as he and Jay Worthy cruise throughout Vancouver. This song is a great collaboration, but what makes it so interesting is that its a collab with two artists who paved the way for a lot of other artists coming out of the Pacific North West.
Check out “Monte Carlo” on all platforms here and watch the video below!