By Jack Barnes

Since his first album release (Selfish) last November, fans have been eagerly awaiting Problem’s Separation sequel, S2. For the last few weeks the Compton bred Grammy nominated hip hop artist has been dropping records and releasing “pieces,” alluding to a bigger picture…and now we know why. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

Earlier this month, Problem announced that S2 will be dropping soon with the cover art and gave us the first official single and visual “F*ck Me Too” off the project, tapping in with Casanova, 1 Take Jay and Saviii 3rd. The opening track produced by Ron Ron, Joog and Cypress Moreno sets his project off with high anticipation of what’s to come. The visual captures what goes down high in the hills of Malibu when Problem, 1 Take Jay and Saviii 3rd link up.

Today, Problem returns with the official visual for the next single off S2 “Wild Nights,” another West Coast Compton banger.

He took to the streets of South LA to invade and give fans in inside look at The Takeover – one of the most well-known weekly street gatherings where car-stunt enthusiasts gather at dusk to show off some of their most impressive burn-outs and car-spinning tricks.

CLICK HERE to check out Problem’s new interactive website where you can visit the City Of The Litty to see and hear more from his upcoming S2 release.

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