Troy Ave Songs

  • Hustla
    DJ Funky is making his HNHH debut tonight, and doing so in grand fashion. Calling on the cast of Young Buck, Problem, Troy Ave, and singer T’Melle for assistance, the ATL deejay decides to come through and end the work week with this new song called “Hustla”.
  • Full House
    Full House
    DJ/producer Nick Catchdubs is probably best known for being the co-founder of indie record label Fool’s Gold, but he’s now taking his talents to the mic and releasing his first ever album as a solo artist on April 28th called Smoke Machine. Tonight, the DJ decides to liberate the project’s newest offering “Full House” featuring Troy Ave & Heems. With heavy influence from the EDM-movement, “Full House” is a very unorthodox record that fans will probably either love or hate. However, Troy does drop some nice bars throughout this here.
  • Drug Money
    Drug Money
    50 Cent teased the artwork for this new single on Instagram this morning, and the song was later premiered by DJ Envy on Power 105.1. Fif has quickly uploaded it to Soundcloud so that we can all give it a spin.
  • Who's Crazy
    Who's Crazy
    DJ EFN is Miami-based, but his location certainly isn't indicative of his choice in collaborators. The DJ is preparing a new album titled Another Time for release next March, and the feature list is all over the map, from Killer Mike, to Crooked I, David Banner, Talib Kweli, and Your Old Droog, as well as a couple Florida locals like Gunplay, Trick Daddy, and Denzel Curry.
  • Monster (Remix)
    Monster (Remix)
    Troy Ave has been on his 'keymix' tip lately, and after taking on Usher's and Juicy J's "I Don't Mind," he goes with Meek Mill's "Monster" instrumental next. The New York-bred MC gets to bragging on wax, from his recently-purchased condo to his upcoming album to his cash flow. Are you a fan of Troy Ave? The rapper is currently prepping his Major Without A Deal album for later this year, but in the meantime you can download this remix for free.
  • I Don't Mind (Remix)
    I Don't Mind (Remix)
    After a few records that didn't do his usual numbers, Usher found the right single with "I Don't Mind". The Juicy J and Migos-assisted track takes the right notes from hip hop's current trends (sub bass, ad-libs, and strip club themes), while still keeping within an attainable lane for the singer (let's not forget that he was at the forefront of ATL club sounds 10 years ago with "Yeah").
  • How U Luv Dat
    How U Luv Dat
    Back in August, Bronx veterans Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez linked up for a catchy, retro number called "Stressin'," and now Joe's latest track finds him pairing off with one of NYC's younger (aspiring) stars. Brooklyn's Troy Ave lends his reedy voice to Joe's "How U Luv Dat."
  • Fake Butt Busta
    Fake Butt Busta
    Apparently, Troy Ave likes his booty how he likes his hip hop -- REAL. Yes, Troy Ave just made a whole song about ass shots, shaming women for enhancing their posterior. If that's not "REAL HIP HOP", we're not sure what is. 
  • Finagle The Bagel
    Finagle The Bagel
    Troy Ave continues to feed the streets with new music. Just hours after hitting us with “Doo Doo”, the BSB general decides to link up with Young Lito and deliver his latest offering “Finagle The Bagel”.
  • Doo Doo (Radio Rip)
    Doo Doo (Radio Rip)
    Troy Ave recently visited Funkmaster Flex at the Hot 97 offices to premiere a new track called "Doo Doo" that's somewhat out of character for the powder-obsessed rapper. Listen to the radio rip now. A piano-led track that recalls Biz Markie's "Just A Friend" more than anything else, "Doo Doo" is about as lighthearted as its title suggests, with Ave singing for most of the track before busting out a verse about halfway through. For a guy who's always seemed too insecure to break out of of his conventional coke-rapper mode, "Doo Doo" is, despite its title, a breath of fresh air.
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    When Manolo Rose wrote "All About The Money," he couldn't have known how big it would get. First off, it was bought by a rapper with a higher profile, Troy Ave, and then it's quickly become one of the most remixed songs by other rappers in the last few months of 2014. Today, YG Hootie tackles the piano-led hit. Accompanied by some very fitting artwork, the track has Hootie calling himself the second coming of 2Pac, references P-Funk and gives the NYC track some Southern flavor with his varied flows. 
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Troy Ave’s “All About The Money” has been picking up serious momentum these past few weeks, and now it just received the remix treatment. Calling on Jeezy & Rick Ross for some features, Troy drops off the official remix just in time for your Christmas festivities.
  • Good Money
    Good Money
    Hip-hop heads should immediately recognize the sample that kicks off N.O.R.E.'s new track. Ofra Haza's iconic vocal line from "Im Nin'alu" -- best known for its inclusion in Coldcut's popular remix of Eric B & Rakim's "Paid In Full" -- opens up the track, which also features Mack Wilds, CityBoy Dee, Tweez and Troy Ave.
  • The Show Boyz
    The Show Boyz
    Until Troy Ave bought "All About The Money" from Manolo Rose earlier this year, the Chase N. Cashe-produced "Your Style" was indisputably his biggest hit. Although Lloyd Banks doesn't show up for a repeat performance, Cashe and Troy link up again for "The Show Boyz," and BSB cohort Young Lito shows up too.
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Ever since Manolo Rose's "All About The Money" was bought and remixed by a certain weirdo-averse NYC rapper, it seems like other rappers can't get enough of it, lining up to add bars of their own to the sparse, piano-led track. Trae Tha Truth is the latest. 
  • All About The Money (Remix)
    All About The Money (Remix)
    Troy Ave’s "All About The Money" has been picking up momentum these past few weeks and been the instrumental of choice for many artists to tackle. After hearing remixes from Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, and even G-Unit, Ricky Rozay decides to join in on the fun tonight and share his own version of the buzzing single.
  • Anyday
    Today, Red Cafe dropped an EP entitled In Us We Trust. Among the four tracks is "Anyday," a Jaynarri of League of Stars-produced cut that features Troy Ave.
  • Coco (Remix)
    Coco (Remix)
    Troy Ave continues to feed the streets with his “keymixes”. Following his take on ILoveMakonnen’s popular hit “Tuesday”, the Brooklyn spitta decides to liberate another one for the streets, this time over O.T. Genasis’ popular street banger “Coco”.
  • You Already
    You Already
    LL Cool J has been releasing new music lately, as he preps a new album G.O.A.T. 2.
  • Fuck You Pay Me
    Fuck You Pay Me
    The BSB crew has risen to prominence in the wake of Troy Ave, a rapper who has time and time again expressed his desire to "bring New York back," so it's only fittingly that crew member King Sevin has just dropped a track entitled "Fuck You Pay Me." A well-known line from the NYC-based mobster film "Goodfellas," the words also form the title of a 1998 Jay Z skit, so without even pressing play on Sevin's new track, you know that NYC connections run deep. 
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