Bad Lucc & Problem Show That The Sights & Sounds Of South Central Haven’t Changed (Video)

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The synth break on The Ohio Players’ “Funky Worm” has been as West Coast as swap meets, and pumps and dumps in trunks since N.W.A.’s “Dopeman.” As they are respected for, Bad Lucc and Problem carry on tradition in “Outchea.” Moreover, the label-mates show you that Los Angeles, at least in South Central, looks quite a bit similar as it did 25 years ago, when this West Coast Gangsta Rap thing got global. This song has the bravado, beat, and bite to stand through the eras…

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