After being featured on records from the likes of Eric Bellinger, Rapsody, GQ, The Game and more, one of my favorite Left Coast rappers Problem is back. By back, we mean that he’s released the follow up single to “Like Whaaat” with the brand new release “Andale”, featuring Lil Jon. The bass heavy production was handled by Jahlil Beats.
Stream the single after the jump. Purchase here.
Today egotripland premieres another leak from HaLo’s forthcoming debut album Mansa Musa titled “Stop It”. Khrysis provides the backdrop for this hard hitting featured Problem & Badd Lucc track. This joint might be the best one to be released so far, my God this is dope. Album will be available on iTunes, August 26th, 2014.
Hitta J3 manages to grab the services of Problem, Kendrick Lamar & YG to join him on the remix of his ‘Do You Gudda’ track.
During the shoot of this music video, Rich Homie Quan suffered two seizures and was hospitalized. Today, Rich Homie releases the official video for “Walk Thru” featuring Problem, which is still one of my favorite tracks as of late. Shot in Atlanta GA, take a look at the Gabriel Hart visual.
Check out the official video after the jump.
Diamond Lane. Like whaaaaaat. Problem grabs ahold of Migos latest single “Fight Night”, and completely goes in on it. He floated all over this record. It’s about time for a new Problem mixtape or EP or something, we need it.
GQ gives us new music with the release of ‘Falls Down’ with features from Problem & Bad Lucc. Check out the tracklisting for his “Rated Oakland” album as well after the jump.
Rocko‘s new mixtape Real Spill has unfortunately been pushed back a couple of days but here we have a new track titled “Comfrom” featuring Jadakiss and Problem to hold you over until May 9th.
Talk about a trippy visual. Childish Gambino releases the official video for his Problem adlibs assisted visual for “Sweatpants”. Gambino repeats the same routine over and over and gets familiar with himself as well. It’s very weird, but in a good way, so what more can you expect from Bino. The visual always transitions into the album cut, “Urn” which is one of my favorites on that album as well. Off his latest album, Because The Internet which you can purchase here.
Check out the official visual after the break.