Trouble (ATL) Songs

  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Pocket Full of Dead Dudes  (Prod. By Sonny Digital)
    This summer was sadly lacking in new music from Trouble, who released his last track, "Tell U Dat," on June 1st, but fall is almost here and the drought is now over. Today, we've got a track by the ATL resident called "Pocket Full of Dead Dudes," which was produced by the always-stellar Sonny Digital.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Tell U Dat
    Stream and/or download "Tell U Dat," the latest release from Atlanta, Georgia representative Trouble, brought to you by Duct Tape Entertainment. Let us know what you think, folks - can you dig it?
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Fuck Em
    It’s been a minute since we last heard from DTE’s Trouble. The Atlanta rapper is looking to change all of that though as he returns today with a new single titled “Fuck Em”, which will presumably live on his upcoming album, It's Only Right, dropping in the coming months.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - The Best In Me  (Prod. By Mike Will Made It)
    Bump The Best In Me (Prod. by Mike Will Made It), the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It dropped on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013. Trouble (ATL)'s horizons are broadening with each new release, and The Best In Me (Prod. by Mike Will Made It) is no exception.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - D.R.U.G.S  Feat. PDE1000
    Stream D.R.U.G.S, the newest drop from Trouble (ATL) which features PDE1000. The cut was released on Monday, September 23rd, 2013. Things are looking better for Trouble (ATL) with each new release, which D.R.U.G.S has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Too Many  Feat. VL Deck
    Check out Too Many, the latest track from Trouble (ATL), featuring VL Deck which dropped on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013. Trouble (ATL)'s movement grows stronger with each new release, and Too Many has further strengthened that fact.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Clap For Me  Feat. Young Dro
    Give Clap For Me a listen - it's a new offering from Trouble (ATL), featuring Young Dro. It was dropped on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013. Trouble (ATL)'s musical situation is improving with every new release, and Clap For Me will most definitely help the cause.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - I Kno Wassup  Feat. Fredo Santana
    Listen to I Kno Wassup, the latest track from Trouble (ATL), featuring Fredo Santana. The cut dropped on Sunday, September 1st, 2013. Trouble (ATL)'s future brightens with every new release, and I Kno Wassup certainly isn't an exception.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Materialistic Power  Feat. CyHi The Prynce (Prod. By The Union)
    Trouble (ATL)'s rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Materialistic Power (Prod. By The Union). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Streetz Dry  Feat. Ca$h Out & Yung Ralph
    Bump Streetz Dry, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL) which features Ca$h Out & Yung Ralph on the assist. It dropped on Monday, April 15th, 2013. Trouble (ATL)'s horizons are broadening with each new release, and Streetz Dry is no exception.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Takin Pictures  Feat. Big Bank Black
    Stream Takin Pictures, the newest drop from Trouble (ATL) which features Big Bank Black. The cut was released on Wednesday, March 6th, 2013. Things are looking better for Trouble (ATL) with each new release, which Takin Pictures has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - You Got The Right
    Bump You Got The Right, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It dropped on Saturday, December 29th, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s horizons are broadening with each new release, and You Got The Right is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Trouble (ATL) stepped foot in the rap game.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Weirdo
    Bump Weirdo, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It was released on Friday, December 28th, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Weirdo is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Trouble (ATL)'s catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Lord Help Me  Feat. Trae Tha Truth & Alley Boy
    Check out Lord Help Me, the latest track from Trouble (ATL), featuring Trae Tha Truth & Alley Boy which dropped on Friday, December 21st, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s movement grows stronger with each new release, and Lord Help Me has further strengthened that fact.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Maybe We Coulda
    Bump Maybe We Coulda, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It was released on Friday, December 7th, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Maybe We Coulda is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Trouble (ATL)'s catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Don't Wanna Play Like Dat
    Stream Don't Wanna Play Like Dat, the newest drop from Trouble (ATL). The cut was released on Friday, December 7th, 2012. Things are looking better for Trouble (ATL) with each new release, which Don't Wanna Play Like Dat has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Maybe We Could've
    Bump Maybe We Could've, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It was released on Thursday, December 6th, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Maybe We Could've is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Trouble (ATL)'s catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Murda  Feat. 36, Pacino & Undadog
    Check out Murda, the latest from Trouble (ATL) which features a guest appearance from 36, Pacino & Undadog on the assist. The track was released on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Murda is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Don't Wanna Play Like Dat
    Bump Don't Wanna Play Like Dat, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It was released on Monday, December 3rd, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Don't Wanna Play Like Dat is certainly no exception.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - No Worries (Freestyle)
    Stream No Worries (Freestyle), the newest drop from Trouble (ATL). The cut was released on Friday, October 19th, 2012. Things are looking better for Trouble (ATL) with each new release, which No Worries (Freestyle) has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Bands A Make Her Dance (Freestyle)
    Check out Bands A Make Her Dance (Freestyle), the latest from Trouble (ATL). The track was released on Sunday, September 23rd, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Bands A Make Her Dance (Freestyle) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Good4Nothin  Feat. BigBank Black
    Bump Good4Nothin, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL) which features BigBank Black on the assist. It dropped on Thursday, September 6th, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s horizons are broadening with each new release, and Good4Nothin is no exception.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Racks All Over  Feat. Stuey Rock
    Give Racks All Over a spin - it's a new offering from Trouble (ATL), featuring Stuey Rock. It was dropped on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012. Trouble (ATL)'s rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Racks All Over .
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Them B's
    Bump Them B's, the latest cut from Trouble (ATL). It was released on Monday, August 27th, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Them B's is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Trouble (ATL)'s catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late.
  • Cover of Trouble (ATL) - Kobe Bryant  Feat. Veli Sosa
    Bump Kobe Bryant , the latest cut from Trouble (ATL) featuring Veli Sosa on the assist. It was released on Monday, August 13th, 2012. Things are improving for Trouble (ATL) with each new offering, and Kobe Bryant is certainly no exception.
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