Prepare for the rap industry’s NBT…Trouble2Times. This native of Dallas, Texas, is all about his takeover in the industry and hopes to take over your ears with his self-produced beats. It’s no surprise that Mozzy, MO3, and Sauce Walka have influenced his work ethic. Keep an eye out for his current effort, “Make It Here,” but don’t miss out on the interview with Trouble2Times.
What’s the significance of your name?
The significance of my name is, I have always been called Trouble. I added the 2Times when I started to rap.
What city do you hail from?
I’m from Nawf Dallas.
How are you going to approach the game as an artist?
I Approach it like I approach the street. Take it over.
Who are some of the artists and producers Trouble2Times worked with for your new music?
Some of the artists and producers I worked with for my new music are BWA Kane, Zaytoven, Foundation Media, and Artillery South.
Who are your greatest influences in music today?
My greatest influences in music today are Mozzy, MO3, and Sauce Walka. I like their work ethic.
What is Trouble2Times bringing new to the game for the culture?
What I’m bringing to the game for the culture are a different style and different vibe and aggressive energy.
Explain your new single and what’s your current project?
My new single “Make It Here” it’s about making it out of the streets of Dallas and advancing in the music industry. And the current project is a mixtape called “Nawfghanistan”, which will be releasing soon.
So with the climate of today’s artists using ghostwriters, would you use any, and have you done any, for any artists out there now?
I don’t use ghostwriters but I have done some for other artists. I think it’s a good idea I don’t see a problem with ghostwriters.
Where can fans and followers find everything about you on social media?
You can find me on Instagram @Trouble2Times and on Youtube at Trouble2Times.
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