Through the success of Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records, the Louisiana hip hop scene is dominating right now. However, outside of YMCMB, there is more desired from the area. Propane (The Savage Prince of Boss City) is a native of Bossier City and lives in Shreveport. When he released Tha Next Problem, he gained recognition in the area.
Propane understands he is not the biggest artist in the area, but he does know how far he has come. Much of this credit, Propane gives to his street album, Tha Next Problem. Over a year has gone by since the album was released, but there are many who are still listening to the album. For someone who has worked so hard, like Propane, it means a lot.
Recently, Propane discussed the impact he feels Tha Next Problem has had. Propane said the album helped open bigger doors for him and has helped him as far as notoriety goes, also. This project means a lot to Propane because it was the first compilation of music he took seriously and it was actually reviewed by real hip hop critics. Facing these critics, his project was well-received. Because of this, it has been hailed as a street classic by many.