Directed by LXVE AFFAIR, the visual is a reflection of the EP’s creation, shot entirely in Worthy’s home due to quarantine protocols. “When I moved to NYC, I told Body to link me with Fraud; as I always knew we would make something special. Next thing you know we were locked in doing an EP. We were in the studio till 7 am every night. It had my sleep schedule and eating all fucked up. The sh*t was fun though—I’d do it all over again,” he said in a statement. Fraud added, “When me and Worthy first linked up we just started going through a bunch of old music. As we were listening to all these songs from the 60s/70s/80s we started to key in on the same stuff and were chopping them up as we went. We didn’t necessarily start with the intent of making a project, but before we knew it the project had made itself.”
Watch Jay Worthy and Harry Fraud’s “Hold Something” music video above.