When you think about R3hab, what comes to mind? For me, it's festival anthems, high-octane drops, and high-profile remixes. He's been a hands in the air, confetti-cannon, blast you in the face with Dutch synths kind of dude. Lately though, he's been exploring his softer side, and never has that been more apparent than on his latest single “Trouble.”
With vocals from Brooklyn-based indie pop singer-songwriter VÉRITÉ, “Trouble” is a future bass ballad fit for any teenage obsession. It's got a lot of pop-ready edge similar to the formula that works so well for The Chainsmokers. It's a strong single, and it could find R3hab a lot of positive growth. Check it out below.