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Problem shows off his “Lamborghini” in new visual

The track is taken from last month’s ‘Coffee & Kush, Vol. 1.’

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Last May, Problem dropped off his latest project, Coffee & Kush, Vol. 1, which features 10 new cuts from the California star. Now, he delivers a new visual for the album cut “Lamborghini,” which is produced by Problem, Dj Kai, and Miles Rose and sees Problem flexing about the Italian sports car:

“B***h I need a motherf***in’ Lamborghini, with a big fine woman right beside me, yeah/

Gotta pay my taxes ‘fore these crackers try to find me, yeah, duckin’ p***y cause that s***, yeah, used to blind me, yeah/

Pillow talking with these b***hes hella grimy, yeah, them drugs and drank gotchu acting like an auntie, yeah.../”

The clip begins with a story of a kid stealing his parents car because his mother wouldn’t buy him a Lambo, and moves to a simple clip of Problem performing in front of his own. There’s even an intermission where a strikes up a convo about the car with some bikers heading down the hill.

In addition to “Lamborghini,” Problem has also released videos from his Coffee & Kush project for “G S***,” “Don’t Be Mad At Me,” “Janet Freestyle” (which was co-signed by Janet Jackson herself), and “Where I Come From,” the last of which arrived as the protests taking place around the country hit a boiling point.

Speaking to ABC7, the born-and-bred Compton emcee spoke on his plans for bettering his community:

“We do a lot of focusing on what’s wrong in the city and I just want to stop that... I want to just start giving the community hope. And I see so much room for growth... I feel like once we bring arts to the city, we can just inspire a whole new type of person from Compton, like adding music programs and actual arts and crafts programs and then actually adding business programs.”

Press play on “Lamborghini” and, if you missed it, Coffee & Kush, Vol. 1 below.

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