Problem Songs

Get Off Me
Get Off Me
Tech N9ne Feat. Problem & Darrein Safron
VERY HOTTTTT
On Friday, Tech N9ne will release The Storm, his 17th studio album and the sequel to his 1999 debut album The Calm Before the Storm. He has already released a number of tracks from the album, most notably the highly flammable "Sriracha." Today, he releases one final track before the album, "Get Off Me," in an HNHH premiere.
President Chach
President Chach
Problem
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Though Problem never goes long without releasing new music, it looks like he'll be ramping up his output over the course of the next couple months. After announcing his next project Chachville last night, he came through on election day with a new track called "President Chach." It's driven forward by a catchy, fat, syncopated Cali bass line and Problem's Los Angeles drawl.
Chach Style (Dead Presidents Remix)
Chach Style (Dead Presidents Remix)
Problem
VERY HOTTTTT
"Dead Presidents II" has inspired many freestyles, and though it's now over 20 years old, rappers are still putting their own spins on the instrumental. Jay Z famously bragged about the song, "You made it a hot line, I made it a hot song," referring to the Nas sample on the hook, and now Problem has stepped in to add his own voice to the instrumental -- despite the high bar, his remix is definitely hot. BEing a West Coast rapper, it's certainly a different feel than the original, but Chachi more than holds his own, and definitely channels some East Coast flavor in the process.
Winning
Winning
Destructo Feat. Problem
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"Winning" became a buzzword in 2011 when Charlie Sheen used it to refer to his flurry of shenanigans following his dismissal from "Two & a Half Men." The term has remained in the popular lexicon ever since, and it is the subject of Destructo and Problem's new collaboration: "Winning."
Every Ghetto Pt. 2
Every Ghetto Pt. 2
Talib Kweli Feat. Problem & Aloe Blacc
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Talib Kweli's "Every Ghetto" originally featured Rhapsody, but the rapper has shared a new version of the track with some new features today. Always one to bring different types of vocalists together, Talib recruits Compton's mixtape champ Problem and the soulful voice of Aloe Blacc for the record. Surprisingly, everyone sounds right at home on the dusty sample from Nottz, with Kweli giving us some of his best double time, while Problem provides some dexterous West Coast storytelling. All the while, Aloe Blacc interjects with some complimentary melodies.
100 Days 100 Nights
100 Days 100 Nights
Problem Feat. Bad Lucc
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It was just five days ago that Problem tackled an array of popular West Coast instrumentals on his "#LitLife Freestyle," but as he raps on his new song, "work hard, no short cuts." Yup. Keep in mind, dude is also about on tour.
#LitLife Freestyle
#LitLife Freestyle
Problem
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Last night Problem announced a new set of tour dates for what he's dubbed his #LitLife tour. The tour contains seventeen dates, mainly in the California area, however he'll also be hitting Arizona, Texas, Colorado and more. Check out all the dates below.
My Squad
My Squad
Problem Feat. 2 Chainz
VERY HOTTTTT
Problem only has one concern in life, and that's his squad. Tity Boi takes on the role of a Diamond Lane member for this new collaboration, which originally dropped as a solo cut from Problem slightly over two weeks ago. This one isn't being touted as a remix, it appears Problem just wanted to go even harder with it. The squad-dedicated record is bouncy, with a mix of organ keys and booming bass. 2 Chainz has been back on his feature tip heavy lately, although this particular verse isn't his strongest, he still keeps us entertained. 
Fuckin Money
Fuckin Money
Problem
VERY HOTTTTT
Problem and DJ Quik just teamed up for the Rosencrans EP, but it seems they still have some more material in the stash. Today, Problem has shared a blistering new record that features production from Quik, alongside Harley Mac and Uncle Dave. The bassline is definitely a little heavier than what we're used to from Quik, so it's difficult to pin down exactly what he contributed, but one would probably assume he might have something to do with the funky instrumentation that enters in the song's closing.
The Pharmacy Freestyle
The Pharmacy Freestyle
Problem
VERY HOTTTTT
With two acclaimed projects this year, his Hotel 2 tape as well as last month's joint Rosecrans EP with the legend DJ Quik, Problem has positioned himself as one of L.A.'s hottest acts. Earlier today, Problem met up with another Compton OG, as Dr.
Roped Off
Roped Off
The Game Feat. Problem & Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
The sheer number of rappers coming out the Long Beach/Compton section of Los Angeles is nothing short of incredible. There's a reason The Game calls his hood "Black Wall Street." He loves nothing more than linking up with his fellow South Central natives in the studio. Most recently he recruits Problem and Boogie for a smooth League of Starz-produced West Coast banger called "Roped Off." Boogie has been pretty quietly ever since he signed to Interscope last August. Hopefully that means he's been cooking up his debut album... guaranteed to set the streets on fire.
Rosecrans
Rosecrans
DJ Quik & Problem Feat. The Game & Candace Boyd
VERY HOTTTTT
DJ Quik and Problem dropped their surprise EP, Rosecrans, today, and they've now uploaded the title track to SoundCloud, which should give you a good idea of the feel of the project. A buttery smooth groove, complimented by some funky-ass keys gives way to Candace Boyd's G-Funk-informed hook, while The Game and Problem give us their West Coast best. Unfortunately, Quik doesn't spit a verse, but he does have a spoken bridge, which contains enough charisma and wisdom that it pretty much qualifies as a 16. 
Slow Down (Doin' Too Much)
Slow Down (Doin' Too Much)
Problem Feat. Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign & Deray Davis
VERY HOTTTTT
Scanning the tracklist of Problem's new mixtape, Hotel 2: The Master Suite, you'll come across a number of exciting features, but by the time you get to "Doin' Too Much," you might be tempted to skip directly to the record, and it wouldn't necessarily be a bad choice.
Eastside
Eastside
Bad Lucc Feat. Problem
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As if the three new tracks from Problem weren’t enough for you yesterday, fellow Diamond Lane brethren Bad Lucc decided to also release a new track with the West Coast spitter on it called “Eastside.”
Bangin It Out (Collie Buddz Love)
Bangin It Out (Collie Buddz Love)
Problem
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Collie Buddz "Come Around" is one of the best reggae tracks of the new millennium. Problem knows this, as he pays homage to C Buddz with a new "Come Around" cover called "Bangin It Out". 
Pull Up To My Hotel / Big Money
Pull Up To My Hotel / Big Money
Problem Feat. Iamsu! & StoneyThaDealer
VERY HOTTTTT
Problem is getting ready to drop his new project, Hotels 2: The Master Suite on April 1st, and it's already shaping up to be an ambitious offering. The West Coast rapper dropped three new tracks as a prequel to the project today, and "Pull Up To My Hotel/Big Money" has a couple of movements of its own. Things start off with a familiar minimal piano line that's driven by some skipping sub pounds, while Chachi shares some deceptively technical flows. 
OuterSpace (Chachi's Ride)
OuterSpace (Chachi's Ride)
Problem Feat. Terrace Martin, Bad Lucc & Candace Boyd
VERY HOTTTTT
With his mixtape Hotels 2: The Master Suite due out Friday, April 1, Problem shared a mini-project called The Lobby comprised of leftovers that didn't make the cut. "Outerspace" features Terrace Martin, Bad Lucc and Candace Boyd. Problem, Martin, and Mike N Keys handle production -- special shoutout to whoever is rocking that synth lead. Gahdamn. This fact that this song didn't make Hotels 2 means the mixtape is probably gonna be fire.
Shit Needs To Change
Shit Needs To Change
Problem
VERY HOTTTTT
Problem is gearing up for the release of Hotels 2: The Master Suite on April 1st.
Best Pussy
Best Pussy
Problem
VERY HOTTTTT
Problem makes a strong argument in his new song “Best Pussy.” He uses a few sordid stories to make the case that “crazy bitches got the best pussy.” The details are vivid, and it’s not the first time we’ve heard this theory.
My Squad (CDQ)
My Squad (CDQ)
Problem
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After allowing his single "My Squad" to leak onto the Los Angeles radio last week, Problem shared the CDQ this afternoon on his Soundcloud.  Produced by Mike & Keys and MyGuyMars, "My Squad" makes for great summertime driving music. With the squad! Those of us in the northeast are going to have wait a few months to fully harness this track's power. For those of you reading this in southern parts, feel free to bump at your own discretion.