After last month's "Dig," a Cassius Jay-produced tribute to the late OG Double D, Trouble is back with another scorching new track: "Who You Kiddin." This one finds him linking back up with an old friend in Zaytoven, with whom he always delivers quality trap music. Trouble isn't too concerned about song structure; his focus is on delivering a motivational sermon live and direct. Still, the hooks and the switch-ups in flows come naturally and make his tracks more exciting, as proven on "Who You Kiddin." A particularly stirring burst of energy comes right after the 2-minute mark. His rapping style is unique to the new generation, and his spirit also stands out while being reminiscent of that of the trap OGs early on in their careers.
"Dig" and "Who You Kiddin" are the only tracks Trouble has released since his excellent May mixtape, Skoobzilla, which you can download here. His new efforts signal that Skoobzilla 2 will be another street classic.
Just like Bobby Jonson, Skooby's shit poppin'
And I'm good with hands, bitch I'm a young Rocky
Ain't gotta go through that, I done been cocky