Compton rapper Problem enlists Wiz Khalifa in the new song "4 the Low," where the two cannabis entrepreneurs touch on the legal cannabis game's hustle from a different perspective.
A lot of rappers share their love for the unifying green herb that is cannabis. With legalization on the way in many states, it opens up doors for entrepreneurs of color to bring their talents and vision to the cannabis sector. But we still have a long way to go as many difficulties, and double standards remain in the industry.
To shed some light on these unjust problems, hip-hop artist Problem links up with the ganja connoisseur Wiz Khalifa on a new track.
The song is titled "4 the Low", comes with fresh new visuals for the single. The music video directed is by Mike Marasco, where we see both Problem and Wiz Khalifa roaming and biking all around the streets.
Both share their thoughts to shed light on who is benefiting the most in the cannabis space. As we see in the background, it displays the stocks of a fictional weed brand. Problem sheds some much-needed light on the hypocrisy of the cannabis industry, with some making profit from selling the drug while others are locked up.
"This video was designed to shine a light on minority-owned cannabis companies," Problem explained the music video's message in an official press release. "We have been imprisoned and shunned for the use and distribution of marijuana. It's a slap in the face to watch these big brands come in and profit with the new legalization while our people are still locked up. It must change. With Wiz being a God in the cannabis world, I appreciate him taking this opportunity to show love to others in the space."
Compton-based rapper, Problem had quite the year for himself in 2020, where he delivered two dope projects in the Coffee & Kush mixtape installments. Wiz Khalifa also seems to be featured on music artists' new songs and singles, recently appearing on 03 Greedo's "Substance" and Tyla Yaweh's "All The Smoke," featuring Gunna.
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