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Feb 14, 2023

Mr. Program’s Brother Releases New Music Video Love Craze for On Valentines

Valentine’s Day today and in the spirit of love, Belizean Dancehall/Reggae artist Trouble is releasing a new music video for his latest track, Love Craze. Inspired by his love for his wife, Joel Alamilla says that the song is for everyone. Alamilla is the younger brother of the now-deceased Mister Program and is carrying on the family’s legacy of musicians and artists. News Five spoke with him earlier today, ahead of the release.


Joel "Trouble" Alamilla

Joel “Trouble” Alamilla, Dancehall/Reggae Artist

“It’s a reggae love song for all lovers out here. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or every day. If you don’t have a lover, it is for you to love yourself. It is a very wonderful song.”


Duane Moody

“Let’s talk about the inspiration behind this.”


Joel “Trouble” Alamilla

“The song was inspired by my wife. It is written all about my wife, few years before we were married. So the song is based on real emotions, real feelings. I hope everyone enjoys it. It was shot by my little brother, Patrick Alamilla and edited by Echo Middleton and Mac Ten. Music was always in the family because my father was a deejay; he used to build speakers. He brought out my brother, Mister Program, to the scene. And from Mister Program, I grew up and he is my inspiration to where I am today to sing positive music and just bring that love and consciousness to everyone around the world and now we are doing it.”


Duane Moody

“So what do you want people to take away as to who Trouble is?”


Joel “Trouble” Alamilla

“Trouble is a dancehall/reggae artist which in I can sing any song and any rhythm, but I love to keep it dancehall and reggae flow.”


The music video can be found online on Trouble’s YouTube page 

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