Last week, West Coast mixtape legend Problem dropped a track called “4 the Low.” In the song’s video, you can see the Compton-raised MC talk broad strategy with co-star Wiz Khalifa, bike through Los Angeles’s neighborhood streets — joint on his lips, old-school —  and rhyme with Wiz in front of super-fine rides. 

Woven into a bright and bouncy beat — produced by Problem, Mike & Keys and Vangogh— are two Problem lines that distill the whole vibe:

“Black market on the East side thеy boxed up and got rich

For that same thing they doin’ now homiеs locked up and I’m pissed”

Problem isn’t the first MC to articulate rage over the complexion disparities within legal weed ownership; but there’s something about this rapper’s conviction of delivery that hits…

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