DJ Quik Makes A Sequel To His Classic “Tonite” & It’s A Problem (Video)

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Last month, DJ Quik and Problem released a surprise joint EP titled Rosecrans. As the title suggests, the project is a celebration of their mutual hometown of Compton, and is a sonic bridge between two generations of Hub City MCs.

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Today (5/16), the duo releases its first video from Rosecrans. Not surprisingly, it is for the standout cut “New Nite,” Quik’s present day remake of his 1991 classic, “Tonite.” It is a rare instance where the sequel feels just as good as the original.

The visuals show footage of Quik and Problem in the studio, on stage and riding around the town they both proudly call home.