Problem & Childish Gambino Freestyle Over Quik’s CPT Classic (Audio)

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Problem joins Kendrick Lamar, YG and YG Hootie in keeping Compton’s Hip-Hop legacy strong in the 2010s. Early in his career, Prob’ got some prime, multi-track real estate on DJ Quik & Kurupt’s 2009 BlaQKout album. Now perceived protege hops on a David Blake classic released on Murder Was The Case. Giving non-stop props to the CPT pioneer, Problem freestyles on “Dollaz & Sense” with a speed and intensity that bridges the gap between 1994 and 2014.

In the free’, Problem speaks about his city, while Childish Gambino enters with some self-deprecating rhymes, and clever wordplay to make this grab the surprise-factor typically associated with L.A. Leakers freestyles:

Isn’t it better to hear “Dollaz & Sense” knowing that Quik and MC Eiht are friends now?


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