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Problem & Bad Lucc Get Raunchy in the “Get on It” Video

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Problem and Bad Lucc run amok in a supermarket

Compton rapper Problem and longtime collaborator Bad Lucc turn the supermarket into a strip club in the video for “Get on It.”

WATCH: Problem & Airplane James Cruise LA in the Video for the 9th Wonder-Produced “Top Off”

“Get on It” is the latest single from Problem’s upcoming album Selfish, which drops on November 4th. This single is a departure from “Top Off,” the smooth 9th Wonder-produced track that Problem dropped a couple of weeks ago.

This song is a booty shaking anthem, in the tradition of 2 Live Crew. Speaking about the song and the raunchy video, Problem tells Billboard:

“Yes, musically, I made this record in the vein of Uncle Luke and The 2 Live Crew. Hella turnt, booty shakin’ type shit. Some would expect an X-rated video from me, but I wanted to do something where I could show ALL types of different people turning up without it looking forced. So we asked, ‘Where’s the one place where we know we see all ages, all races, all genders?’ The grocery store! So we got one and had a ball in it!”

Watch the video below.

SOURCE: Billboard 

Dimas Sanfiorenzo

Dimas Sanfiorenzo is the Managing Editor for Okayplayer. He specializes in coverage centered around music, pop culture, and politics. Email: Dimas@okayplayer.com

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