Problem - Understand Me EP

Posted 2 years ago
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West Coast rhymesayer Problem has unleashed his latest collection of original material, the Understand Me EP, now available digitally via Diamond Lane Music Group.

The first EP of his career, the project comes on the heels of 2013 mixtape releases Million Dollar Afro, Ain't Nobody Hotter Than Me and The Separation. Included among its eight previously-unreleased tracks are local smash "Like Whaaat" and the DJBooth-featured title track.

Bad Lucc, Glasses Malone and Mars make guest appearances on the set, which boasts beats by League Of Starz, P-Lo (of The Invasion), Mars and Yung JR.

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