Problem Songs

  • On Me
    On Me
    As Juicy J continues to become an industry mogul, expect him to put on more young talent. His latest act goes by the name of K Check, and J hooked him up with some huge features on his debut single, "On Me." Opening the track with the fitting adrenaline is Baton Rouge's Kevin Gates, always on point on his feature game. Then L.A.'s Problem gives a club-ready hook before we get to meet K Check, who raps smooth and steady with an acute ear for melody. Juice, the lone vet of the bunch, closes the track in climactic fashion. 
  • Humiliate
    It's Wednesday, and it's after 3:54. That means it's time for a new Bad Lucc track, and this one's called "Humiliate." It's co-produced by Amp and Lucc's frequent partner-in-crime, Problem, and it's got a grimy, almost New York-style sound to it. 
  • Go
    Bad Lucc has been showing no restraint in releasing new records over the last little while, hitting us with a new track from his 3:54 series yesterday, and collaborating with the likes of Freddie Gibbs and Jay Rock in recent weeks. Today, he's put out yet another record with his most frequent collaborator, Problem, who provides both a verse and the instrumental (something he's been doing more and more lately).
  • Yeah Yeah Yeah
    Yeah Yeah Yeah
    Bad Lucc has proved himself as a versatile artist, but whetever the style, he always makes sure to keep things West Coast. His newest record, which, as usual, features a guest spot from Problem, falls somewhere between Too Short and DJ Quik, with Lucc channelling the former's inflection, and the colorful and bouncy production of the latter. Some vocals coming from an artist credited solely as "The Homegirl" also steal the show, swooping in to harmonize in the song's final third. 
  • Gimme More
    Gimme More
    Bad Lucc has been treating us all year to new tracks from his weekly "3:54pm" leak series. Most surprising are the collaborators Lucc has been able to enlist on his past several leaks, including: Freddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, and even Travis Barker. On his latest, he brings along some familiar faces, Problem and Skeme, two of L.A.'s finest. 
  • Let's Get Money
    Let's Get Money
    Wednesday is probably the worst day of the week. The weekend is a distant memory, and Friday is still two days away (unless you think like me, which means: today's almost over, and tomorrow is Thursday, and the next day is Friday, so really, it's already Friday! Pure math). If you don't think in futuristic terms, and you're in need of some mid-week motivation, look no further.
  • Blessings (Remix)
    Blessings (Remix)
    Big Sean's "Blessings" is something of an anthem, but it hasn't been embraced as a freestyle record the way it could have. Badd Lucc and Problem have made a case for why the record should be embraced by rappers to throw their best 16 on, but then again, it would be hard to top this take. Lucc starts things off acapella, before the beat gradually slinks its way in, and it's clear that he's been surgically locked into the pocket all along. Problem comes through later to riff on the hook, and drop some memorable punchlines.
  • Fuck It Off
    Fuck It Off
    Bad Lucc is definitely one to watch in 2015. We've known him as Problem's right-hand man in the past. They're both a part of Diamond Lane Music Group, and they have a joint album, Diamond Lane America, coming later this year. With cuts like "Fuck It Off" though, Lucc is proving he can own the mic all on his own (and a little help from former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker). 
  • Get Em
    Get Em
    Badd Lucc has been Problem's right-hand man for some time, it seems almost overdue to get a joint album for the two west coast rappers. Diamond Lane America, which drops later this year, will serve that purpose, and while their new record "Get Em," won't actually appear on the LP, it's certainly a good warm up.
  • One Night (Tags)
    One Night (Tags)
    Still riding the success of her Kendrick Lamar-featured smash “That’s Me Right There”, California pop-singer, Jasmine V, is back tonight with her follow up single “One Night” featuring Problem and Jeremih. Premiered by DJ Carisma, the track features Problem and Jeremih spittin’ some provocative lyrics and speaking to the ladies, while Jasmine lays down a verse of her own and handles the catchy-chorus, “Just stay here with my one night/ Just one night/ Please stay here with me one night.”
  • Hustla
    DJ Funky is making his HNHH debut tonight, and doing so in grand fashion. Calling on the cast of Young Buck, Problem, Troy Ave, and singer T’Melle for assistance, the ATL deejay decides to come through and end the work week with this new song called “Hustla”.
  • Hands Down
    Hands Down
    Bad Lucc has been gradually picking up steam over the last year or so. Closely aligning himself with West Coast icon Problem has been a good career move, but Lucc has proved himself as an artist to watch in his own right. The rapper returns today with a new solo cut that actually earns production from Chachi, along with Macado. 
  • Aint Seen Nothin Yet
    Aint Seen Nothin Yet
    L.A. and Atlanta are undoubtedly ruling rap radio right now, but unlike the classic East Coast/West Coast rivalry of yesteryear, the two cities are very willing to collaborate on hits. Problem's new mixtape O.T. (Outta Town) is aptly titled, as it finds the rapper collaborating with artists from different regions, but the list of guest appearances comes almost exclusively from ATL.
  • Top Of The Diamond
    Top Of The Diamond
    The Diamond Lane crew is going hard today, with Problem about to drop a mixtape this afternoon, and now a loose joint from Bad Lucc. This one serves as a reminder that Diamond Lane is prepping a compilation album, titled Diamond Lane America, due out this spring. Despite having a solid line-up and production from League of Starz, this one won't be on the final album.
  • Hennessy
    Problem's got a brand new mixtape dropping tomorrow, and he's decided to release one huge new leak before sharing the project. The West Coast emcee has enlisted T.I. and Rich Homie Quan for "Hennessy", yet another self-produced record (but not without the help of League of Starz and Mars). Rather than settling into the Mustard wave, the record operates at a cool cruise, allowing Tip and Quan to apply their ATL swagger to the mix as freely as Problem delivers his gruff story-telling.
  • I'm Serious
    I'm Serious
    You've definitely heard a banger or two from producer Ducko McFli in the past, the Mike WiLL Made It-signed beatsmith cooked up music on the Ransom mixtape, in addition to Audio Push's recent release "Heavy," Drake's "Draft Day" and more.
  • Pull Up (Freestyle)
    Pull Up (Freestyle)
    Problem and the LA Leakers are at it again. After teaming up for remixes of “All About The Money”, “Truffle Butter” & “Backflip” recently, Problem is doing it all over again tonight, this time freestylin' over the LA Leakers’ latest single “Pull Up".
  • 100 Boyz
    100 Boyz
    Disko Boogie is one of the most versatile producers in the game, proving he can craft synth-driven R&B pop as easily as he can put together some new school G-Funk. His new record is rooted more in the latter category, keeping things decidedly West Coast, but also as gritty as possible. 
  • Compton
    Over the course of hip-hop history, Compton has been one of the most celebrated cities, with N.W.A.'s era-defining Straight Outta Compton setting off an ongoing wave of tribute to the impoverished, violent section of South Central L.A.
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Problem has been a busy man recently, dropping off various remixes and lyric videos over the past couple weeks. Tonight, he links back up with the LA Leakers and drops off another freestyle over Troy Ave’s popular hustlers anthem “All About The Money”.
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