Atlanta-based rapper Trouble was shot and killed while sitting in his car on Sunday (June 5th, 2022). According to reports, the rapper, also known as Skoob to friends and family, was found with a gunshot wound at an apartment complex in Conyers, Ga. He was taken to a hospital where he would die from injuries sustained in the shooting. He had just performed hours before the shooting took place.
A warrant has been issued for Jamichael Jones in connection with the murder of Trouble.
The rapper, born Mariel Semonté Orr burst on the scene with his 2011 critically acclaimed mixtape “December 17th and single “Bussin.” The standout single was remixed by Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame, and more. The mixtape was named to Complex magazine’s The 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011. He was also featured in XXL Magazine’s list of “15 Atlanta Rappers You Should Know” in 2013.
After appearing on Lupe Fiasco’s album “Tetsuo & Youth” hand YFN Lucci‘s single “Key to the Streets,”, he signed with producer Mike Will Made It‘s Ear Drummer Records and released his debut album “Edgewood” featuring the tracks “Bring It Back” featuring Drake and “Come Thru” featuring the Weeknd. Trouble released his final album, “Thug Luv” in 2020
Fellow artists, including T.I., Killer Mike, Meek Mill his ex-girlfriend Alexis Sky and others took to social media to pay their respects to the fallen rapper.
Trouble’s record label, Def Jam posted a message on social media saying “Our thoughts and prayers are with the children, loved ones, and fans of Trouble. A true voice for his city and an inspiration to the community he proudly represented. RIP Skoob🙏🏾”
Trouble was only 34 years old.
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