Wade brings a certain swagger to the group Trouble-Sum. His lyrics are considered unorthodox, and it's hard pressed trying to find any similarities to other's when it comes to his rap style. Performing and entertaining crowds is what makes the rap game so valuable to Wade.
Kevin Elder a.k.a L-Derrado
Elder's voice pretty much describes his demeanor. Rugid, deep, and fearless are the words that comes to mind. Rado is the backbone of th-Sum. He loves writting hot music for his fans.
Josh McNeal a.k.a Brow
McNeal is the creative one out of the bunch. His style is one in a million, and he also enjoys trying to sing on records. Recording the songs is his favorite thing about the rap game.
The group known as Trouble-Sum was formed in 2002 by three high school students. The first taste of success came when Trouble-Sum recorded a CD in one of the members garage. Although the quality was below average, the music and lyrics were on point and immediately gained popularity around South Carolina. Trouble-Sum has performed at various local events since forming in 2002, such as bike shows, school events, and exclusive parties. In 2004, the group was featured on WSOC-TVs channel 9 and WCNC-TVs channel 36 News for making and performing a song for the state. Presently, the name Trouble-Sum is spreading throughout South Carolina rapidly. Most recently, the group was featured on Time Warner Cable's hip hop show "The Jam Room." Trouble-Sum showcased four songs.