After dropping his highly anticipated debut project Edgewood last Friday (March 23), Trouble has quickly followed up with the visual accompaniment to his Drake-assisted single “Bring It Back.” The 7-minute short movie is filmed in a dusky black and white and follows the Atlanta rapper as he heads to play Drake his new track.
The video opens up with a prayer. “Dear God,” the narrator says, “I barely rarely ever come to you bout things…I need you to watch shawty for me man. I really love him.” When the Mike-Will-Made-It instrumental comes in, Trouble is seen standing on the hood of his car, surrounded by a squadron of men with shadowed faces.
What transpires next is a series of montages involving gang banging, strippers and money counting, with Drake entering the mix at the four-minute mark. “Don’t want to have to chase you down, about no stacks, cause I will blow ya’ back,” Drizzy raps in his signature flow.
Edgewood is the product of Trouble’s recent signing to Mike-Will-Made-It’s Ear Drummer Records. The project is the rapper’s first major release, and features appearances from The Weeknd, Quavo, Fetty Wap and Boosie Badazz.
Check out the “Bring It Back” video below.
#BRINGITBACK VIDEO TOMORROW!
— Mike WiLL Made It — (@MikeWiLLMadeIt) March 26, 2018