Mozzy Returns to Sacramento's Oak Park for "Who Want Problems"

The first visual single in support of his next album.

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Following up last year’s powerful 1 Up Top Ahk album, Mozzy made quite an impressive with the lean but equally personal and poignant Spiritual Conversations EP back in March. Moving on from that release’s visual-heavy promotional campaign, the Sacramento icon looks to his next project, Gangland Landlord, and delivers a hard-hitting, vicious new single titled “Who Want Problems.”

Debuted via its official video, Mozzy’s “Who Want Problems” is a direct, in-your-face representation of the street soldier mentality. When it comes to championing the causes of those who are trying to survive in their neighborhoods by any means necessary, there isn’t a single talent who can do it better than Mozzy. With his region nearing a creative peak not seen since the ’90s, Mozzy is definitely leading the way. At this point, he’s pretty much this era’s Boosie.

“This was a song I did a while back on a different beat and my manager/producer, DaveO, tweaked the beat and vocals and it became one of my favorite songs,” Mozzy explained to Noisey via email, breaking down the process behind today’s Suj-directed vignette.

You can check out Mozzy’s new video for “Who Want Problems” above, and stay tuned for more from Gangland Landlord. The track is currently available for streaming and purchase on all major platforms.

Back in May, Mozzy appeared on “Blessings” alongside fast-rising, fellow Northern California artist Rexx Life Raj and Lecrae.

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