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Pastor Troy
Stay Tru

Emerging from Atlanta’s underground in the late ’90s, Pastor Troy was a different breed of Southern MC. Screaming unabashedly violent threats in one breath and insightful reflections on God and morality in the next, he had more in common with rival rapper Master P than ATL’s then-dominant Dungeon Family. PT seemed to set his sights on crossover success when he signed with Universal, but released three albums that failed to live up to his potential. Now Troy is eager to return to his signature Southern street music with his seventh solo disc, Stay Tru. With so many clones successfully smoothing out ...

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