New Music From Trouble – Dig (Prod. By Cassius Jay) | @TroubleDTE X @Cassiusjay07

According to Hot New HipHop 



Trouble continues to prove himself as one of the most original artists in ATL with his new track “Dig,” produced by Cassius Jay.
Trouble, one of the most potent forces in Zone 6, is back with new music. He hasn’t dropped much since May’s Skoobzilla, though the tape was so damn hard that he hasn’t had to. Each song is its own street gospel, and his hard-earned street narratives create a visceral listening experience each time. Best believe his return track is gonna be a good one. The new one from Trouble is called “Dig,” and as shown on the cover artwork, it serves as a tribute to the late rapper and Atlanta bossman OG Double D, who was affiliated with Future’s Freebandz team. The trap-meets-swing production comes from Cassius Jay, a recent selection for Behind The Beat.

It’s hard to pin down what’s so special about Trouble’s style, as there isn’t a trending style he’s adhering to. He’s a master of timing even while remaining wholly conversational. His flows slow and quicken in concord with his emotions, and he’s able to work in catchy hooks as well as high-adrenaline verses all in one improvisational burst. I see Skoobzilla 2 written in the SoundCloud tags. “Dig” is a very promising start.

Trouble tells us that “Double D was a hustler and an inspiration to a lotta us on the Eastside. He was a real dude having real paper. Once he linked wit Future/Freebandz he was able to show the world his flava. Double D made you smile whether you wanted to or not.” RIP to the OG.

SOURCE: Hot New Hip Hop 

Watch The Full Magic City Documentary Featuring Future ( @1Future ) & DJ Esco ( @EscoMoeCity )

Watch GQ’s “Inside The Strip Club That Runs Hip Hop” documentary on Atlanta’s Magic City.

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When you think of Atlanta a few things come to mind: trap music, strip clubs and Future. “Magic City” the documentary has all that and then some. Magic City has been breaking artist and hit songs for decades creating  a music mecca in Atlanta, GA .  Super duo Future and Dj Esco star in the documentary which was  directed by Lauren Greenfield and brought to you by GQ. The 20 minute film gives an inside look of the historic strip club from the perspectives of everyone involved from the dancers to the man who washes the cars , even Future and Dj Esco themselves. Check out what happens inside “Magic City ” right here.