Trouble is an Atlanta rapper who's been on his grind for awhile now. You've seen his name before, in fact, you might have seen it just the other week when the artist apparently turned himself into the police, revealing in an Instagram post that he would be "responsible for anythang I commit myself to." (the slang being his own). He added, "For those who don’t know But do care, i’ll Be turning myself in in the morning to finish this chapter off Back Behind the G-Wall, unfortunately."

We haven't received an update on his status since then, in fact he hasn't posted on Instagram since. If the rapper is behind bars at the moment, it appears some sneaky fox has decided its the opportune moment to unleash the rapper's oft-rumored collaboration with Drake, produced by Mike WiLL Made It. The song, titled "Bring It Back," is making rounds on the e-streets today, in an apparent leak.

For those who don't know the history of this song, it was actually exactly a year ago today (!! what does that mean?) that we first found out about it-- and from there, we received further updates and confirmations about the song's existence.

Although it's been a year, we finally got to hear the song today, and it does not disappoint. It's a screeching, wobbly beat that still feels supremely trap, with punctuations of steel drums and a good ol' rapping verse from Drizzy, yet, Trouble is still the star of the show.

Use the comment section to dissect, discuss and debate. Listen to the song in full here via Complex.