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Five Little Peppers In Trouble
Trouble
Trouble
may refer to:Contents1 People 2 Music2.1 Albums 2.2 Songs3 Other uses 4 See alsoPeople[edit] Trouble (rapper) (born 1987), American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia Trouble T Roy (1967–1990), hip-hop dancer with the group Heavy D and the Boyz
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Trouble (rapper)
Mariel Semonte Orr (born November 4, 1987), best known professionally as Trouble,is an American rapper.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Discography3.1 Studio albums 3.2 Mixtapes4 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Mariel Semonté Orr was born on November 4, 1987, in Atlanta, Georgia.[1] He started rapping at age of 14.[2] Career[edit] In April 2011, Trouble released his debut mixtape December 17th,[3] which was placed at number 23 on Complex magazine's The 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011.[4] The mixtape included the song "Bussin'", which featured rappers Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame
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Trouble (Pink Song)
"Trouble" is a song recorded by American musician Pink for her third studio album Try This. It was written by Tim Armstrong
Tim Armstrong
and Pink and features a prominent guitar riff. The song was released as the album's first single in North America and second international single. It was moderately successful, its highest peak on the Canadian Singles Chart at number two. The single peaked at number 68 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart; a subsequent cover in 2005 by Shakin' Stevens
Shakin' Stevens
was also commercially successful in the UK, peaking at number 20. The song won Pink a Grammy
Grammy
for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
in 2004. The song was featured in the films White Chicks, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement and Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous and television series, Smallville, ER, and Psych,
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Trouble (Elvis Presley Song)
"Trouble" is a blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, originally performed by Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley
in 1958 and covered by a number of artists in later years, most notably by Amanda Lear.Contents1 Background 2 Composition 3 Amanda Lear
Amanda Lear
version3.1 Track listing4 Other versions 5 Usage 6 ReferencesBackground[edit] Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley
performed the song in the 1958 motion picture King Creole, and his recording was included on the soundtrack of the same name. "Trouble", featuring Scotty Moore on guitar, was one of only three songs written by Leiber and Stoller for the feature. Presley's performance in the film alludes to Muddy Waters
Muddy Waters
and Bo Diddley. "If you're looking for trouble", he intones, "then look right in my face. Because I'm evil. My middle name is Misery"
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Trouble (Gloriana Song)
"Trouble" is a song recorded by American country music group Gloriana. The song was written by group members Rachel Reinert and Mike Gossin with Ross Copperman and Jon Nite.[1] It was released on October 27, 2014 as the first and only single from Gloriana's third studio album, Three.[2]Contents1 Critical reception 2 Chart performance 3 Music video 4 Charts4.1 Weekly charts 4.2 Year-end charts5 ReferencesCritical reception[edit] Taste of Country
Taste of Country
reviewed "Trouble" f
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Trouble (Heaven 17 Song)
"Trouble" is a song by the British new wave and synth-pop band Heaven 17, released in 1987 as the second and final single from their fourth studio album Pleasure One.[2] It was written and produced by Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware. The song peaked at No. 51 in the UK and spent four weeks on the chart.[3] It was a bigger success in Germany where it reached No. 17.[4] A music video was filmed to promote the single. The 12" single re-titled as "(Big) Trouble".[5]Contents1 Critical reception 2 Formats 3 Chart performance 4 Personnel 5 References 6 External linksCritical reception[edit] Upon release, Lesley O'Toole of Record Mirror wrote: "Once upon a time, if you didn't own a copy of "Fascist Groove Thang", you were much too untrendy to be seen associating with. Since then, Heaven 17 have cobbled together the odd pearl of synthesised wisdom, but with decreasing regularity
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Trouble (Iggy Azalea Song)
"Trouble" is a song by Australian rapper Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea
featuring American recording artist Jennifer Hudson, taken from Reclassified, the former's 2014 reissue of her debut studio album. The song was produced by The Invisible Men and Salt Wives. In December 2014, Azalea revealed the track would be the official second promotional track off the reissue, although no specific date for the single to be released digitally or serviced to radios was reported. It was then announced that the song would be impacting mainstream radio stations in the US on 24 February 2015, with an accompanying music video also shot earlier that month. The video premiered on 27 February 2015 on Vevo. The song achieved commercial success, reaching the top ten in Australia and the UK, top twenty in Ireland, as well as charting in other major international territories including the US, Canada and Belgium
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Trouble (Keith Richards Song)
"Trouble" is a song by English musician and guitarist of the rock band The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards. The song was written and produced by Richards and American musician Steve Jordan for Richards' third studio album, Crosseyed Heart
Crosseyed Heart
(2015). "Trouble" was released by Mindless, Richards' own record label as a digital single on 17 July 2015 through iHeartRadio. "Trouble" became the first major single released by Richards since "Eileen", launched in 1993 from the album Main Offender
Main Offender
(1992). It reached #20 on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs and #64 on UK's Top 100 Airplay Chart.Contents1 Background and composition 2 Critical reception 3 Personnel 4 References 5 External linksBackground and composition[edit]I had a ball making this new record and working with Steve Jordan and Waddy Wachtel
Waddy Wachtel
again
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Trouble (Leona Lewis Song)
"Trouble" is a song recorded by British recording artist Leona Lewis and American entertainer Childish Gambino
Childish Gambino
for Lewis' third studio album, Glassheart
Glassheart
(2012). Inspired by Lewis' break-up with childhood sweetheart Lou Al-Chamaa, "Trouble" is a mid-tempo R&B and trip hop ballad, with a piano and strings-driven melody. It was written by a British writing collective consisting of Lewis, Donald Glover, Hugo Chegwin, Harry Craze, Shahid Khan, James Murray, Mustafa Omer, Emeli Sandé and Fraser T Smith. Production came courtesy of Khan under his production name of Naughty Boy
Naughty Boy
and Smith, along with co-producer Chris Loco and additional producer Jahlil Beats. Music critics noted that the urban production marked a new direction for Lewis, particularly by featuring Gambino during the song's middle eight breakdown with a poetic rap verse
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Trouble (Lindsey Buckingham Song)
"Trouble" is a song written, composed and performed by Lindsey Buckingham and released as the lead single from his 1981 debut solo album Law and Order. The single was Buckingham's first hit as a solo artist, peaking at number nine in the US[2] and number 31 in the UK, where it remained charted for seven weeks.[3] It was most successful in Australia, where it topped the chart for three weeks and became the eighth biggest-selling single of 1982.[4]Contents1 Background 2 Music video 3 Track listings3.1 7": Asylum Records / E-47223 (US) 3.2 7": Mercury / 6000 743 (Australia)4 Personnel 5 Charts5.1 Weekly charts 5.2 Year-end charts6 In other media 7 References 8 External linksBackground[edit] Buckingham approached "Trouble" differently from his other songs, wanting the song to have more of a "live feel". He recruited his Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac
bandmate, Mick Fleetwood, to play drums
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Trouble (Natalia Kills Song)
"Trouble" is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Natalia Kills for her second studio album of the same name (2013), appearing on it as its closing track. The song's lyrics were written about bad behavior and trouble, while musically, "Trouble" is a midtempo '90s-esque pop rock number that emulates arena rock. The overall sound of the song was praised by contemporary music critics, who also highlighted its placement on the album track listing. The song has been performed by Kills in some live events. Despite not having been released as a single, director Emile Rafael filmed a video for "Trouble", that explores Kills and her on-screen boyfriend's use of recreational drugs and their relationship; it was released in February 2014
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Trouble (Neon Jungle Song)
"Trouble" is a song recorded by British girl group Neon Jungle and released as their debut single by RCA Records, written and produced by CocknBullKid and Benjamin Berry.[1] "Trouble" was released on 1 September 2013, and made its UK Singles Chart debut a week later at number twelve. It precedes a full-length studio album due to be released in the first half of 2014.[2]Contents1 Background and release 2 Composition 3 Critical reception 4 Commercial performance 5 Music video5.1 Background 5.2 Reception6 Formats and track listings 7 Credits and personnel 8 Charts 9 ReferencesBackground and release[edit]"It's one of those songs where you can't not tap your foot or bang your head. It's so catchy. We're four individuals with massive personalities and energy
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Trouble (Nia Peeples Song)
Trouble is a 1988 single by singer/actress, Nia Peeples. The single reached #71 on the Hot Black singles chart and #35 on the Hot 100 singles chart.[1] The song was most successful on the dance chart reaching #1 for one week in early summer 1988.[2] La Toya Jackson version[edit]"Trouble"Single by La Toya JacksonReleased September 22, 2015 (2015-09-22)Recorded 1987Label JRED Music, Vibe On RecordsSongwriter(s) Steve HarveyLa Toya Jackson singles chronology"Feels Like Love" (2014) "Trouble" (2015)"Feels Like Love" (2014) "Trouble" (2015)La Toya Jackson originally recorded "Trouble" in the late summer of 1987, but it was not included on her subsequent album, La Toya.[3] In December 2013, Cherry Pop Records released Jackson's version of "Trouble" on an expanded 2-CD version of the album called You're Gonna Get Rocked!. In 2015, JRED Music and Vibe On Records released "Trouble" as a single with remixes by six different artists
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Trouble (Ray LaMontagne Song)
"Trouble" is the first track on the debut album of the same name by American folk singer Ray LaMontagne. The album was released by RCA on September 14, 2004. It has also appeared on LaMontagne's Live From Bonnaroo EP, released in 2005, as well as the 2007 compilation album, The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show. The single charted at #25 on the UK Singles Chart. Appearances[edit] This song appeared in a Travelers Insurance campaign featuring a dog concerned over the security of his bone
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Trouble (Coldplay Song)
"Trouble" is a song by British rock band Coldplay, for their debut album, Parachutes (2000). The band wrote the song and co-produced it with British record producer Ken Nelson. The song's arrangement is built around the acoustic piano. The song was released on 26 October 2000 as the album's third single. It reached number 10 on the UK Singles Chart, making it the band's second top 10 single in the country. Although "Trouble" failed to chart on the United States, the music press deemed it almost as successful as its predecessor, "Yellow"
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Trouble (Shampoo Song)
"Trouble" is the first single from Shampoo's 1994 debut album We Are Shampoo. The song was the band's most successful single, reaching No. 11 in the UK and making the top 20 in Australia, Belgium and the Netherlands, also proving popular in Japan. Attempting to break into the US market, the song was released as a promotional single for the 1995 film Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, in anticipation of the release of the US version of We Are Shampoo.[1] A new music video was recorded featuring clips from the Power Rangers film.Contents1 Track listing 2 Music videos 3 Release and reception 4 Appearances 5 Chart positions 6 ReferencesTrack listing[edit]No. Title Length1. "Trouble" 3:192. "We Don't Care" 2:243. "School is Boring" 2:36Music videos[edit] The original music video features the girls trying to get home from central London after a night out, as their lyrics describe
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