Before Trouble releases his SCOOBstrumenals project, he gives his rendition of Lil Wayne’s track. Shots at T.I. and Jeezy included. dgb
As Stuey Rock handlesthe hook, Trouble lets his money fall to the floor on his latest recording. Hopefully both the radio and strippers will pick this up. dgb
Keeping the free audio rolling is Duct Tape’s Trouble, as he finds himself today
Just one day after the Dream Team took home the gold, Trouble releases a new track named after the Black Mamba. Victory is sweet. dirtyglovebastard
Trouble’s heard it all before. And in support of his 431 Days mixtape, he rounds up the residents of Edegwood Court Apartments for his new video. onsmash
This could have deserved a lil more color. Anywho, to accompany the
For Trouble’s new video, he spends one of his 431 Days alone in his four-cornered room. Eventually, his 9 millimeter makes a cameo at the tail end.