Trouble, the Atlanta rapper born Mariel Semonte Orr, was 23 when he released his first mixtape, 2011’s December 17th. Propelled to street stardom with his breakout hit “Bussin’” and backed by local collective Duct Tape Entertainment, Trouble’s raw, unembellished rhymes were poised to make him his mark on the rich rap legacy of his city. Nearly a decade later, Trouble has experienced the highs and lows of a seasoned career – almost 10 mixtapes and countless notable collaborations, from Young Thug to Fetty Wap to Yo Gotti and more – and is staying grounded and motivated by finding purpose in the tough moments and his rough edges. Today, he drops off the visuals to his latest collaboration with Atlanta veteran Jeezy called “Medusa”. Enjoy!