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.
Troube decided that his
Here’s something different from Duck Tape Enternmaint’s Trouble. Remember kids: say no to drugs and Auto-Tune choruses.
One of the year’s best records just got an upgrade. Back by his fellow ATLiens, here’s the remix to Trouble’s underground hit. Surprisingly, Gucci Mane’s verse and flow are superb.
[vodpod id=Video.16474487&w=540&h=350&fv=] Trouble rounded up his band of brothers and gave MTV a breakdown of his latest mixtape, 431 Days. Compared to his previous efforts, Trouble stepped it up this go around. If you haven’t done so, download it here. “ATL” (featuring Alley Boy). “We basically just tellin’ these folks what it is for real on ‘ATL.’ Where I came from as a jit all the way up to this point.” “U Don’t Deserve Dat.” “I’m basically just tellin’ like […]
Trouble was in the Big Apple a few weeks back and gave a thorough interview with HipHopAtLunch. He spoke on his stellar mixtape 431 Days, “U Don’t Deserve Dat”, and fickle fans. Yeah, it’s a dirty game. Sidebar: Trouble On Shade 45