Skoob Rapper best known professionally as Trouble DTE was an American rapper from Atlanta. His birth name is Mariel Semonte Orr. He was named to Complex’s “15 New Rappers To Watch Out For” list in August 2011.
DTE secured a record deal with Mike Will Made It’s Ear Drummer Records and Interscope Records in 2017.
Trouble, Atlanta Rapper, Shot Dead at 34
Atlanta rapper Trouble, also known as Skoob, has died. The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to WSB-TV Atlanta that Orr was shot early Sunday morning at an apartment complex in Conyers, Georgia. He was transported to a hospital where he later died at age 34.
In an Instagram post earlier today, his company, Def Jam, confirmed his demise (June 5). Def Jam commented, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the children, loved ones, and fans of Trouble.” “He was a true ambassador for his city and an inspiration to the community he passionately represented.” Scoob, rest in peace.”
Since the news of Trouble’s death surfaced, fellow artists such as Gucci Mane, Killer Mike, Earl Sweatshirt, Meek Mill, Rae Sremmurd, T.I., and others have paid tribute to the late rapper on social media.
Trouble Age, Family, and Early Life
Trouble was born Mariel Semonte Orr in Atlanta on November 4, 1987 (35 years old). He grew up in the East Atlanta neighborhood of Edgewood. However, we don’t have any information regarding his parents. He began rapping at the age of 14, inspired by legends like Tupac and DMX.
He holds the nationality of American and belongs to the Black ethnicity.
Trouble career, What was his profession?
Furthermore, Trouble’s debut mixtape, December 17th, was published in April 2011 and was ranked number 23 on Complex magazine’s list of the 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011. The song “Bussin,” which was remixed by Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame, and Trae the Truth, was included on the mixtape. Trouble was named to Complex’s “15 New Rappers To Watch Out For” list in August 2011. He was also named on XXL magazine’s list of “15 Atlanta Rappers You Should Know” in 2013.
Trouble was featured in the tune “Chopper” on Lupe Fiasco’s album Tetsuo & Youth in 2015, alongside Glasses Malone, Trae tha Truth, Billy Blue, Buk, and Fam-Lay.
Trouble had an appearance on YFN Lucci’s single “Key to the Streets” in 2016, which reached number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Trouble and labelmate Veli Sosa filmed a music video in North Carolina in March 2016 for “Straight Out” from his 2016 mixtape Skoobzilla and “Like A,” which featured DTE’s ReeseDaGreat. The videos were directed by LookImHD, and Big Bank Black made a cameo appearance in one of them, which was later shared on Instagram. Mike Will Made-It’s record company, Ear Drummer Records, and Interscope Records signed Trouble to a record deal in 2017.
Which school did he go to?
Currently, we don’t have any information regarding his educational journey.
Trouble Wife, What about his relationship?
According to sources Trouble is a married man and is married to Nicole Moorman. Reports say he has a kid but no details are available yet.
Trouble Net Worth, How much does he earn?
According to online sources the net worth of Trouble is around $5 million dollars.
Is he available on any kind of social media platform?
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