Trouble is musical artist Bonnie McKee's debut album. The songs were written during her 14th and 15th years, and reflect events in her own life at that time. McKee had produced six of these in demo form in 2001, and they were broadcast on Seattle, Washington radio stations as well as the National Public Radio network.
McKee had essentially completed the album in New York City with Bob Power as producer, when Reprise asked her to record "Somebody" with Rob Cavallo in California. Pleased with the more layered sound, she decided to record all but "January" and "I Hold Her" anew. This delayed the album's release for about one year.
The album features two singles are the title track "Trouble", and "Somebody", which also had previously been released on the soundtrack album for the 2004 movie Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!.