Watch: ET Cali Interviews ATL Artist Trouble & Talks New Album Edgewood.

Monday was a busy day for 92.3 & 96.7 The Beat, ET Cali & The Galaxy as we had the chance to also sit down and chop it up with up-and-coming Atlanta artist Trouble!

There is a lot of buzz on the streets about Trouble with his much anticipated album release Edgewood on Mike Will Made It's record label Ear Drummer Records / Interscope Records.

In 2016, Trouble released his mixtape Skoobzilla, which was the first project under his belt that showcased an artist who he had begun putting together his identity through trial and error. Exiting the blueprints of previous Southern rap stars, he creating an identity that separated from the rest.

Enter Trouble‚Äôs debut major label release, Edgewood, produced almost exclusively by Mike WiLL Made-It,  this 16 track album feels more like a refined and polished body of work that showcases Trouble talent as a serious contender in the rap game.

This is one of Trouble's first interviews on his radio run, and he sat down with his old homie ET Cali to remenes on the come up, the struggle, and inking a deal that ultimately has changed his life.

Trouble talks about the process of putting the content in his album together, shares some of his personal experiences with his family that inspired material for the album, and how we decided to push forward with his career to release his debut album.

ET and Trouble go back to the early beginnings of his career and this interview showcases that relationship. From nightclubs, to strip clubs, to party's, to club fights, this is an interview that any of his fans will appreciate. 

Let us know what you think about this interview! If you like what you see be sure to leave your comments below and share on social media.

Warning explicit language.

E.T. Cali

E.T. Cali

E.T. Cali is Atlanta radio's original Durtty Boy and #1 purveyor of infectious authenticity. He's an uncommon talent who constantly shatters stereotypes. You just have to listen to understand! Read more


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