Problem ft. Bad Lucc - Like Whaaat

Posted 3 years ago
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If you frequent clubs on the West Coast, Problem‘s latest promo single needs no introduction; over the past couple months it’s been blowing up dancefloors in L.A. and beyond. For the rest of y’all, I proudly present Like Whaaat!!. Here, League of Starz’ minimal synth riffs and midtempo percussion set the mood as the Compton representative flaunts his flyness and shows love to his hometown. On the back, the beat morphs into a mesmerizing, string-led groove as fellow Cali native Bad Lucc grabs the mic to deliver a guest 16. Topshelf Junior directs the official video, featuring cameo appearances from Snoop Dogg, Warren G, E-40, DJ Drama and more industry notables. This joint isn’t attached to any larger project, but we’ll keep you supplied with all the latest on Problem’s plans moving forward.

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