The A3C edition.
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The A3C edition.
Welcome to the world of Julie J.
“Talmbout co-sign, I don’t need a co-sign, I been doing fine, I been killing this sh*t.”
<em>I don't believe in what you do, so I just pray alone...</em>
Julie breaks down another week in the trap.
I took a break from listening to <em>By Any Means</em> to find some other dope music.
Trouble Trouble must have peeped all the praise I was giving Gates and decided to regain my attention.
Nothing but the trap with new tunes from DJ Infamous, Young Thug, Young Scooter and more.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/waka-flocka-flame">Waka Flocka</a> debuts new music video and new video game where he's a zombie killer. ZOMBIE KILLER!
Thug tears of joy nearly trickled down my cheeks when I saw that SL Jones had nabbed Trouble and Starlito for "Don't Want Nan.
After last October's <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/10/download-trouble-scoobstrumentals-mixtape">Scoobstrumentals</a>, Trouble reasserts himself with The Return of December 17th.
If you're curious to know how Trouble and his crew conduct their business, the words and visuals for "Bang Bang" will shed some insight.
You better come correct when you're coming to trouble Trouble, as he very clearly articulates in "Streetz Dry.
Even the trillest of the trill grapple with inner demons, so just remember, you're not alone.
I will readily admit that I don't quite know what Trouble means when he says "scoob," as he uses it liberally, but that doesn't impede my enjoyment of Scoobstrumentals.
"White girls want my chocolate McFlurries" As evidenced by his spin on Weezy's song, Trouble Trouble has "No Worries.
As we stare down the end of 2012, we wrap up another good month of music that we shared with everybody in typical TSS fashion by dropping off September's edition of <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/crew-love">Crew Love</a>.
The most distinctive quality of Trouble's music is that it's real.
At some point, Trouble was going to make a song catered to the radio in efforts to extend the reach of his fan base.