Bad Lucc Songs

  • Pay Ya Dues
    Pay Ya Dues
    Last month, Talib Kweli decided to come out of nowhere and release a new surprise album for the fans called Fuck The Money, but apparently that wasn’t enough. Today, he returns to the scene with 9th Wonder for a new posse cut titled “Pay Ya Dues,” featuring West Coast spitters Problem & Bad Lucc.
  • Stay Up
    Stay Up
    Problem just dropped a double mixtape, splitting a collection of new tracks between an A-Side and a B-Side. The project, titled The Relapse, just went up on iTunes with a couple of bonus tracks, including the Manolo Rose and Bad Lucc collaboration, Stay Up.
  • Showoff
    As expected, Problem just came through and released Side B in his Mollywood 3 series tonight.
  • Use 2
    Use 2
    After highlighting the more ferocious and hungry side of Problem on "Relapse" off Mollywood 3: Side A, we're turning towards something a bit smoother and softer with "Use 2." Problem dabbles at production, and some of that production has been placed on Mollywood 3, with "Use 2" being one such example.  Problem creates a lulling and melodic backdrop, complete with claps, bursts of drum rolls and bass, while the rapper takes a sing-song flow on the hook. Bad Lucc injects a bit of hardness with his song-ending verse. Are you feeling it?
  • Make Me Say (Ay Yi Yi)
    Make Me Say (Ay Yi Yi)
    We know quite well that Problem and Bad Lucc have some serious flows and punchlines, but "Make Me Say (Ay Yi Yi)" proves their melody game is also on point. The record is straight-up r&b tempo, with the rappers getting their slow jam on rather than taking on the RnBass craze that has proven to be an easier crossover for west coast emcees.
  • 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. 
  • Run It
    Run It
    A couple weeks back, YG Hootie shared the shiny West Coast party record, "Run It!," and today, he's brought a few friends along for the remix. Like Hootie, Bad Lucc and Jay 305 have quite a rep regionally, but are looking for a bigger look on a national platform. This one seems like a record that could break out in that way, a Vine craze away from making an impact on the East Coast.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • Hood 2 Hood
    Hood 2 Hood
    It's been a minute since Bad Lucc popped up on the site, but he finally makes an appearance today with the hard-hitting "Hood 2 Hood." The rapper recruits artists from across the U.S. in order to prove the point-- with Trick Trick repping Detroit, Fred The Godson repping New York, and Mitchy Slick holding it down for San Diego. Bad Lucc's affiliate Problem is behind the production, as well as Kalby, and the two cook up an over-the-top beat. They could have laid off on the sound effects, just a tad.
  • Run Ricky (Remix)
    Run Ricky (Remix)
    You may remember Manolo Rose as the guy who wrote the original version of Troy Ave's "About The Money" (Troy actually re-recorded Manolo's verse from the song). Ave did keep Rose on the record either way, and his name has risen since the co-sign, plus -- it appears he has plenty more hits up his sleeve. 
  • Regardless
    The last time we heard from Bad Lucc, he was going "Crazy" with Problem on a club-ready single from his Outchea EP. The song was acclaimed by readers, earning a 84% from voters--a high point in Lucc's music career. Clearly, this is a rapper familiar with the phrase "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."
  • Everythang
    Though we've never featured him before on HNHH, L.A. producer THX is an experienced fixture in the game, having worked with Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, 50 Cent, Erykah Badu and David Banner over the course of his career. His new single "Everythang" pairs him with Bad Lucc, Problem and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, who's had experience working with rappers in the past.
  • Without It
    Without It
    The release of AD's upcoming ComptonFornia 2 mixtape is soon approaching, and the rapper continues to release west coast anthems leading up to its arrival. Today, we get one of the biggest records thus far, as AD teams up with one of the region's most consistent tag teams, Problem and Bad Lucc (best known for their inescapable ode to Young Bleed, "Like Whaaaaat").