Problem Demands That His Time Is NOW, Or Else… (Audio)

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Compton’s Problem may be one of the dominant new voices in 2010s Gangsta Rap, but the patient veteran has more to say than the baseline. The Diamond Lane Music Group sensation, and longtime affiliate to Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, 9th Wonder, and Wiz Khalifa makes his latest statement single in “S**t Needs To Change.”

Problem spazzes out when the beat breaks in a song that’s about him and the Los Angeles, California movement around him. After the first change the song, it is far from over, as this proves to be one dynamic single.


The song refuses to settle for the “hurry up and wait” mentality one more second. Seven years after he appeared on Quik & Kurupt’s “Whatcha Wan’ Do” and Snoop’s “Upside Down,” Problem demands that it is his time. This single examines all the decorations Problem354 has achieved, and why it is absolutely his time to push through.

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