Trouble leaves Atlanta behind and find himself in Winston Salem, North Carolina for his new video featuring newcomers Big Bank Black and 2Wop.
The streets are parched. And before Truoble feeds ‘em with his next project, The Return Of December 17th, he supplies ‘em with his latest video featuring those other guys.
Forget who ever you’re with, Verse Simmonds is rolling with Cocaine Muzik, Brick Squad and Duct Tape Entertainment on this early leak off DJ Spinatik’s Street Runnaz 73. Produced by Sonny Digital. dgb
Despite what his name suggests, Atlanta rapper Trouble found himself on the right side of the fence with Bigga Rankin on his mixtape 431 Days. The title pays homage to the amount of days he was out the bing. Now that he’s walking the right path, Trouble plants his flag on the menacing “It’s Time”. He chronicles his life on the Alley Boy-aided “ATL” but reserves his hustler tales for “Go!!”. Between rapping and trapping, the Duct Tape artist has a […]
We all could use more Jesus in our life. So for the first track off DJ Smallz’ upcoming This That Southern Smoke Vol. 2, Trouble, Trae and Alley Boy seek guidance from the man above on this collabo.
How real is this? Well in support of his SCOOBStrumentals, Trouble and his DTE comrades welcome us to their side of town for the Jigga remake.
For those who wanna mess with DTE’s Trouble, you better reconsider. Here’s his latest audio as he prepares for his next mixtape. dirtyglovebastard