Following the release of a series of black and white music videos, Trouble compiled the visuals and some other footage for a film titled after his Ear Drummer Records debut.
The film documents Trouble life as a street hustler and the incident that nearly landed him behind bars for 32 years.
The Long Beach rapper shares a day in the life of a SoCal native presented in the form of a radio segment.
Rika’s FM! picks: “Outside!,” “Run the Bands,” “No Bleedin,” “Feels Like Summer”
After causing quite a stir with speculation that she may have bleached her skin, a common occurrence in Jamaican culture, dancehall artist Spice recently appeared on the Breakfast Club.
During the interview, Spice explained the meaning behind her buzz worthy video for “Black Hypocrisy.” In the video and other photos posted on social media, the “So Mi Like It” singer appeared in whiteface while addressing colorism in the black community in Jamaica and abroad. She also broke down some patois sayings and discussed her stint on Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.