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.
Trinidad James, Jermaine Dupri, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, Futurem 2 Chainz, Cash Out, T.I., and more represent the A on the tape, but Chachi's record with K Camp, the bouncy "Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet", does a great job of representing both sounds, possessing both L.A.'s skipping snares, and ATL's sticky hooks.
I'm a cash box
Every different stash spot
Throw a band, watch
Rollie make her ass pop