Ever since Trouble dropped that “Bussin” video his actions have garnered my attention. We seem to live in a world of what I call hair metal rap. So it was nice to see someone bringing raw street energy to rap. Trouble isn’t exactly the best at rapping. However, that does not prevent him from being a good artist and good for rap. He represent the streets. Simple as that.
In this interview iHipHop catches up with Trouble to discuss dealing with prison time, the problems with the current Atlanta hip hop scene, and how he brings reality to hip-hop. Also be sure to check out hisDecember 17th & Green Light mixtapes.