At some point, Trouble was going to make a song catered to the radio in efforts to extend the reach of his fan base. Two things about that decision. One, that’s actually not a bad thing. And two, “Racks All Over” isn’t half bad. Too often, the words “artist” and “radio” are met with side eyes for the countless train wrecks we’ve become accustomed to seeing when Artist X abandons everything which initially made them in-demand for FM love.
The Stuey Rock-assisted number isn’t a future #1 Billboard mainstay. To be quite honest, it may not ever see love outside of Atlanta. Instead, it’s an honest first effort from Trouble to temporarily move from the trap to the airwaves.