MC Trouble
MC Trouble

Birth name

LaTasha Sheron Rogers


30 July 1970


Los Angeles, California, United States


4 June 1991 (aged 20)
Los Angeles, California, United States


Hip hop



Years active




Associated acts

Jazzie Redd, L.A. Jay

Latash Sheron Rogers (30 July 1970 - 4 June 1991), better known by her stage name MC Trouble, was an American rapper from Los Angeles, California. The first female rapper signed to Motown Records, she released her only album, Gotta Get a Grip, in 1990 to moderate sales and reviews. 

Rogers was born with epilepsy and required daily treatment to prevent seizures. While working on her second album, she died in her sleep on 4 June 1991 shortly after suffering an epileptic seizure that resulted in heart failure. 

Her posthumous single "Big Ole Jazz" was released in 1992 on the House Party 2 soundtrack, resulting in a second and final hit on the Billboard Rap Singles chart. The song "Vibes and Stuff" by A Tribe Called Quest from their 1991 album The Low End Theory is dedicated to Rogers.


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