Troy Ave "Restore The Feeling (NYC)" Video
Revisiting his recently-released White Christmas 3 mixtape, Troy Ave decides to come through today and share the official video for his Yankee-produced cut “Restore The Feeling.”
Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "She Belongs To The Game" Video
Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito
It wasn't long ago that Troy Ave dropped one of his best songs ever, "She Belongs To The Game." Fans of the "She Belongs To The Game" cover art will enjoy the song's new video that materialized this morning.
Troy Ave "Bartender" Video
Troy Ave followed up his debut album Major Without A Deal with the similarly-titled (but not at all overlapping) Major Without A Deal: Reloaded a little while back, and today he's shared a video for one of the project's highlights "Bartender". While the song focuses on the beautiful women serving drinks in New York, it's video never leaves the strip club, and it's suitably NSFW (in fact, we're not sure how long it'll last on YouTube).
Troy Ave "Pac Man" Video
Troy Ave dropped his follow-up to Major Without A Deal as a free mixtape titled Major Without A Deal: Reloaded. "Pac Man" was the lead single from the project, and it now has its own video. Much like the cover of the album, most of the video finds Troy chilling on an all-white set in front of car. It looks like this is the track Troy will be pushing, so you might hear it on New York radio soon.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda "Straight Outta Brooklyn" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave & Uncle Murda
To promote his upcoming mixtape, Shadow Of The Sun, DJ Kay Slay decides to come through and share the official video for his latest posse cut “Straight Outta Brooklyn,” featuring Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Moe Chipps & Lucky Don. Channeling their inner N.W.A., watch as this slew of the notable Brooklyn emcees take over their NYC borough in this Money Mark-directed clip above.
Troy Ave "A Bronx Tale" Video
After dropping off his "Young King" video three weeks ago, Troy Ave returns with another Major Without a Deal visual for "A Bronx Tale."
Troy Ave "Young King" Video
When Troy Ave released "Doo Doo" last year, it seemed that he had adopted the "if you can't beat them, join them" mindset. He had previously sent shots at weirdo rappers who sang charmingly off-key hooks on their own songs, but then there he was, doo-doo-dooing along with the best of them, hoping for a hit. That approach spilled over into some of the Major Without A Deal cuts that weren't spruced up by guest verses, including "Young King." Today, that one gets a video.
FAT TREL Feat. Troy Ave "Funky Style" Video
FAT TREL Feat. Troy Ave
Revisiting his latest Georgetown project, Fat Trel decides to come through today and share the official video for his Troy Ave-featured cut “Funky Style.” With the whole neighborhood out, Fat Trel takes over the block and shoots this street-portrayed visual above. Nothing we haven’t seen before visually, but it’ll do justice for the fans. Check it out.
Troy Ave "Real Nigga" Video
After featuring Troy Ave's "Redemption" freestyle on Sway In The Morning earlier today (where he freestyled sans iPhone), Troy Ave returns to HNHH with an official music video for "Real Nigga."
Troy Ave Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
Troy Ave's been busy defending his debut album and its sales, as well as stroking his ego simultaneously. He took time out of his usual self-confident rants to stop by Sway In The Morning and "redeem" himself by spitting a freestyle without the help of his phone, a crutch he had used during a previous Sway In The Morning freestyle which caught the ire of Sway himself.
Troy Ave Debates Album Sales & His Attitude On HOT 97
After hitting up the Breakfast Club to share his own perspective on his sub-par first week sales for his debut, Major Without A Deal, the New York rapper intent on bringing 2000s rap back visited HOT 97's Ebro In The Morning. The debate over his sales, whether or not they are really good, and his label situation continue in this conversation.
Troy Ave On The Breakfast Club
Troy Ave's debut album, Major Without A Deal, did some pretty lacklustre numbers opening week. Troy is a pretty confident individual, and given that cockiness, the internet quickly tore him apart after his first week sales became public.
Troy Ave's "Major Without A Deal" Documentary Pt. 2 Video
Fresh off the release of his Major Without A Deal album, Troy Ave has been rolling out a new documentary this week showing the creative process behind making it. Having caught episode one on Wednesday, here goes episode two for your viewing pleasure.
Ray Jr Feat. DeJ Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly, Troy Ave "Same Crew (Remix)" Video
Ray Jr Feat. DeJ Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly & Troy Ave
Back in April, we had the pleasure of premiering the star-studded remix of Ray Jr's "Same Crew," which featured Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly and Troy Ave. Normally, for tracks with this many eclectic guests, it's hard to get everyone together for a video shoot, and so in this case, they've cooked up a great alternative.
Troy Ave "Major Without A Deal" Documentary Pt. 1 Video
Yesterday marked the official release date for Troy Ave's sophomore album, Major Without A Deal, and today, he's prepared to roll out an accompanying documentary. The "Major Without A Deal" doc opens with a sound bite of Fabolous big-upping the BSB rapper on Hot 97, and goes on to splice in clips of 50 Cent and T.I. offering similar endorsements.
Troy Ave "June 5th" Video
Major Without A Deal, the ambitiously-titled debut album of ambitious Brooklyn rapper Troy Ave, is out today, and to celebrate, the "Doo Doo" rapper blesses us with a new video. It's for "June 5th," a freestyle he's dropping to herald the arrival of the album.
Troy Ave "The Making Of 'Major Without A Deal'" Vlog (Pt. 1)
Troy Ave dropped the first episode of his Major Without A Deal vlog Wednesday. More to come henceforth... in the first installment, a very blazed Troy Ave reps Snickers and Utz potato chips and puts in work in his Brooklyn studio recording "Gimmie That" and "Bang Bang" before heading to Los Angeles and ordering a strawberry milkshake at McDonalds and then rocking the Sprewell jersey as he lays down fire in the booth.
G-Unit Debut New Track, Bring Out Machine Gun Kelly & Troy Ave At "Power" Premiere
Yesterday night, 50 Cent held a big event for the premiere of Season Two of his TV show "Power." In attendance were the members of G-Unit, who joined him onstage for a performance, as well as some special guests. Above, you can watch the group debut a new track, and welcome Machine Gun Kelly and Troy Ave onstage for performances of their own. The new G-Unit song begins around 19 seconds in.
Troy Ave "Dope Dealers (Remix)" Video
Troy Ave's gearing up to release his album Major Without A Deal, but first, he's got some remixes to drop. This one's a remix of Future's "Trap Niggas" titled "Dope Dealers," but before we even get to it, Troy throws up a quote calling the aforementioned album "Rap Album Of The Year," but doesn't attribute it. The video stays very on-topic, shot entirely in a kitchen, and showing Troy swagged out in a Jesus chain and Alexander McQueen glasses that he shouts out within seconds.