Following the release of the single and subsequent album, Grammy-nominated Compton artist Problem returns alongside Snoop Dogg and Freddie Gibbs for the music video of “Don’t Be Made At Me Remix.” The visuals, directed by Mike Mirasco, showcase the rappers playfully schooling each other on how to be the perfect ladies man.
In the opening of the video, Snoop tells Gibbs not to disrespect the ladies, but Gibbs lacks the wisdom Snoop has in his older age. The west coast icon even alludes to being able to work through his infidelity issues in his verse, saying: “I’m tired of sayin’ sorry for the same [stuff]/ Damn near lost my queen, [messing] ’round with that lame [chick].” Other scenes showcase the rappers in a blacked-out basketball court, and in a parking lot with women and luxury cars.
“This might be my favorite video ever!,” Problem states in a press release. “The energy Freddie brought was phenomenal. Thank you King Snoop for letting us use his space to create like a real boss! Mike Mirasco is always dope. I love this f–king video.”
“Don’t Be Mad At Me” is the lead single from Problem’s latest project, Coffee & Kush Vol.1.
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