Trouble is a free man, and he's wasting little time in getting back into the swing of things. After spending two months in Dekalb County Jail over a drug possession charge, the Georgia rapper announced his freedom via Instagram on January 18th. During his stint, his long-awaited "bring It Back" collaboration with OVO figurehead Drakesurfaced, which surely helped keep some momentum alive. Now, it would appear he's once again looking to the North. Evidently, Trouble and The Weeknd have been cultivating a solid friendship, and the pair seem to have connected beyond artistic collaboration. 

"Been rockin wit my Boy aBel for ah minute now jus on geniune love & respect!.. Was never aBout music," writes Trouble, via IG. "Timing is everything an i must say it was perfect timing when we created “Come Thru” together which will Be on EDGEWOOD." For context, he accompanied the homage with a classic bro picture, which naturally follows a strict no-smiling-allowed facial policy. Luckily, we don't have to wait very long for this one. "Come Thru" is set to appear on Trouble and Mike WiLL Made-It's upcoming Edgewood album, which drops this Friday, on March 23rd. 

Trouble recently inked a deal with Mike WiLL's  Ear Drummer Records, joining the ranks of Rae Sremmurd and Eearz. Stay tuned for some new fire from the duo, coming soon.