After the commercial success of the Geto Boys in the early 1990s, many Houston based rap groups quickly emerged from the underground scene and were signed to the Rap-A-Lot Records label by James Prince. This movement formed a small allegiance among the rap label that came to be known as the Fifth Ward Circle. Among the many groups that were signed, one was the three-piece rap group called Too Much Trouble, also known as the Baby Geto Boys.
Just as the Geto Boys, Too Much Trouble featured a midget in the posse by the name of Bar-None. Some people seen this as Rap-A-Lot Record’s answer to the Geto Boy’s Bushwick Bill, the difference being that Bar-None was white and slightly shorter than Bushwick Bill. Here is a promotional photo we dug up of Too Much Trouble. The same guns seen here can be found on the cover of their 1992 album Bringing Hell On Earth.