What is Rapper Trouble Net Worth? How Rich Was The Atlanta Native?
Late rapper Trouble represented Atlanta, for what he saw, and what he had experienced living in the place. He voiced his experience through music and people loved him. In recent years, he climbed the ranks and started collaborating with big names in mainstream rappers like Migos and Drake.
Sadly, Trouble died. It was all taken away in a moment on June 5, 2022. He died at 3:20 a.m. home invasion at Lake St. James Apartments in Conyers, about 25 miles east of Atlanta, Rockdale County Sheriff’s spokesperson Jedidia Canty said at a news conference Sunday. A suspect named Jamichael Jones, 33 of Atlanta was being sought on warrants based on allegations of murder, home invasion, and aggravated assault, Canty said.
Jamichael, the suspect, was involved in a “domestic situation” with the woman Trouble was visiting, and he and Trouble did not know each other, Canty said. Jones apparently breached the woman’s residence and opened fire, striking Trouble in the chest once, Canty said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The woman, who was not identified, was not described as injured.
He worked hard for almost a decade to reach where he was at today. So, how rich was The Atlanta-based rapper Trouble at the time of his death? Keep reading to learn more about him.
Rapper Trouble Net Worth: How Rich Was The Atlanta Native?
Rapper Trouble had accumulated a net worth above $1.5 million but how much he made came second to the legacy that he left behind. Real name Mariel Semonte Orr, he also went by the name Trouble DTE or Trouble MMB which made him recognizable across the local and mainstream rap music scene.
Trouble has been making music at least since 2011, so he was not a one-hit-wonder and built everything ground up. The fan base that he created was loyal to him and praised him for his success in later years. He created buzz out of the Atlanta rap scene as a raw talent showing the grittier side of life in his hometown of Atlanta. His music resonated across the local rap scene.
DefJam released a statement that read: “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”.
XXL recently inducted him into the list of their top 15 rap artists people should know about. It was impressive how far he came and what he had accomplished along the way.
But, Trouble was a family man, who promised to take care of his family once he made it big. He often tweeted about the love he has for his mother, father, and his sister. He was well-respected for taking care of his friends and his family along the way.
Rapper Trouble Debut Album
Trouble DTE had an impressive discography and a career that spanned over a decade. He made his debut in the rap music industry with his debut mixtape titled December 17th. The mixtape contained 16 tracks including a bonus track titled Questions. The mixtape features artists such as Waka Flocka Flame, Future, Scalez, Yung Rich, and Alley Boy.
He also released videos on YouTube for songs like World Goes Around, Questions, Bussin’, and Geeked Outta My Mind featuring Future. Later on, he released his second mixtape Green Light. He also discussed his sophomore tape at Hot 107.9.
Later on, Trouble released a mixtape titled ZayDidIt which contained songs like Wet, Shit Crazy, Remember Da Time, and Don’t Panic.
Trouble released his 10-track debut album Skoob Fresh in October 2015 under the record label, Duct Tape Ent./2 Tru Ent.
The rapper released many singles in-between big projects. Thief In The Night, Ready, Other Day, Key To The Streets, Real Is Rare, and Ready (Remix) were some of the releases which reached a wider audience making him recognizable. He released a total of 9 mixtapes and two albums.
In 2016, Trouble released a 14-song album titled Skoobzilla. The albums featured artists such as Young Thug, Spodee, Quavo, his frequent collaborator Bloody Jay, and Fetty Wap to name a few. Lil Homie Died, Respect, and Anyway/Everyday were a few of the standout tracks from the album.
His latest project was titled Thug Luv. Before that, he released an album titled Edgewood with Mike Will Made-It.
Trouble knew how to get his music to the public. He had an impressive number of followers on social media. On YouTube, he had 218k subscribers. Whereas, he flaunted 135k followers on Instagram and 127.3k followers on Twitter.
He was very interactive with his followers on social media.
What Record Label Signed Rapper Trouble?
Rapper Trouble released most of his projects including his debut album under Duct Tape Ent./2 Tru Ent. Then he signed to Mike Will Made-It’s label Ear Drummer Records. Eardruma/Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc released his debut album Thug Luv.
What Were Rapper Trouble Memorable Collaborations?
Some of the memorable collaborations of Rapper Trouble were Popped with Quavo, Medusa with Jeezy, FN featuring Jacquees, Uh Huh ft. 2 Chainz, Bring It Back ft. Drake & Mike Will Made-It, Brick featuring Skippa Da Flippa, and Who You Kiddin (produced by Zaytoven).
However, at the time of his death, his core fans connected to the song Live By, Die By Ft. Bloody Jay.