Troy Ave Videos

  • N.O.R.E. Feat. Mack Wilds, Troy Ave, Tweez, CityBoy Dee "Good Money" Video
    N.O.R.E. Feat. Mack Wilds, Troy Ave, Tweez, CityBoy Dee "Good Money" Video
    Coming off the heels of their new DRINKS EP, N.O.R.E. and the Militainment decide to come through and round up City Boy Dee, Tweez, Troy Ave and Mack Wilds to shoot the official video for their collab “Good Money.” Shot from inside the club, Noreaga and company invite the ladies out and pour up as they stunt hard for the cameras in this flashy, neon eccentric video above. Check it out, and let us know what ya think!
  • Troy Ave Feat. Rick Ross "All About The Money (Remix)" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Rick Ross "All About The Money (Remix)" Video
    Troy Ave's jiggy reboot "Your Style" got plenty of spin in New York, but the more street ready, "All Bout The Money" (borrowed from fellow NY rapper Manolo Rose) has proven to be an even bigger success for Mr. Avenue. Much like "Your Style", the record has earned itself a remix with some notable features, nabbing former rivals Jeezy and Rick Ross for the occasion. Only Ross makes his way into the official video, which premiered today. Fortunately DJ Khaled makes up for his absence, bringing some assured dance moves out for the record. Red Cafe also guests.
  • Troy Ave & BSB Freestyle On Hot 97
    Troy Ave & BSB Freestyle On Hot 97
    Funk Flex got himself in the headlines this morning (possibly on purpose) after he blasted Jay Z's website Life + Times on air last night. The Hot 97 DJ came at Hov and L+T for allegedly copying his app (or something, it's best if you read what happened here). In lighter (or at least more typical) Hot 97 news, Troy Ave and his BSB crew stopped by Funk Flex to give a freestyle which lasted just over 20 minutes.
  • Troy Ave "Beneath Me" Video
    Troy Ave "Beneath Me" Video
    New York's infamous Troy Ave drops off a new music video today for a cut that appeared on last year's album New York City. "Beneath Me" has Troy Ave shit talking, not bothering to discuss anything beneath him- and if you hear it from Troy himself, there seems to be a lot of shit that is beneath him.
  • Westbay Feat. Troy Ave "High End" Video
    Westbay Feat. Troy Ave "High End" Video
    The last we heard from Westbay was back in May when we had the pleasure of debuting the video to "Fly With Him," an acclaimed collaboration with Maino. Now, the Brooklyn representative returns with "High End." Featuring a verse from Westbay's King's County borough-mate, Troy Ave, the track finds both emcees attempting to separate the real from the fake. Visually, the presentation reestablishes these themes: finding both emcees in environments reminiscent of those they grew up around.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito & Manolo Rose "All About The Money" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito & Manolo Rose "All About The Money" Video
    After seeing T.I., his Hustle Gang boss remix his and Young Thug's "About The Money" recently, Brooklyn BSB rep Troy Ave shares a video for his similarly-titled track, "All About The Money." Also featuring Young Lito and Manolo Rose of the same clique, the song's video is rife with branding opportunities for Troy's brand of Birthday Cake-flavored alcohol (does that sound appetizing to anyone?).
  • Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., Troy Ave, Spodee & Yung Booke "Money On My Mind" Video
    Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., Troy Ave, Spodee & Yung Booke "Money On My Mind" Video
    "Money On My Mind" is a phrase that's popped up periodically in hip-hop over the last 20 years. Snoop Dogg used it on "Gin And Juice" ("With my mind on my money and my money on my mind"), Lil Wayne used the phrase as a song title on Tha Carter II, and now T.I.'s Hustle Gang have named a track the same thing. Taken from their G.D.O.D.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Avon Blocksdale "So Ambitous" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Avon Blocksdale "So Ambitous" Video
    Although his BSB 5 project is out now, Troy Ave is taking it back to Vol. 4 for his newest release. Linking up Avon Blocksdale, Troy gives WSHH the green light to premiere his new visual for “So Ambitious”.
  • Troy Ave & Young Lito's "5 Fingers Of Death" Freestyle
    Troy Ave & Young Lito's "5 Fingers Of Death" Freestyle
    Since landing on this year's XXL Freshman class, Brooklyn's Troy Ave has seen his stock rise considerably, as well as his confidence. While visiting Sway’s morning show this past week, Troy and fellow BSB member, Young Lito, decided to treat listeners to some bars and hit them with the "5 Fingers Of Death" freestyle.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "Believe Me (Freestyle)" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "Believe Me (Freestyle)" Video
    Troy Ave keeps the momentum from his BSB Vol. 5 mixtape going strong and releases a brand new visual to his "Believe Me" freestyle featuring Young Lito. With a XXL magazine in his hand, Troy Ave plays it cool in the studio and delivers a laid-back visual thats accompanied with some bad bitches. It follows the video for “Shining”, which was dropped off just last week and features fellow BSB counterpart Young Lito once again.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "Shining" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "Shining" Video
    Troy Ave is never shy to provide his opinion on the rap game (remember his problem with "weirdos"?), and in his new video for "Shining," he lets us know how much he values being able to speak his mind. Overlaid text introduces the video ("Opinions should cost money that way people will use them more wisely...") and Troy is heard echoing the sentence as the track kicks off.
  • Troy Ave "Good Time" Video
    Troy Ave "Good Time" Video
    While Troy Ave's anti-weirdo rappers campaign continues, his music has taken a decidedly lighter turn. Most likely based on the success of jiggy revival hit, "Your Style", Troy has embraced the lighter side of his "bringing NY back" style, breaking out some fun-loving melodies, rather than mean-mugging. The video for "Good Time" follows suit, with Ave seemingly having a lot more fun than your average New York street rapper would allow themselves to in a music video. He cruises in the whip, and the boat, recalling 90s Bad Boy more than the tough guy-isms of G-Unit.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito & King Sevin "3005 (Remix)" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito & King Sevin "3005 (Remix)" Video
    With BSB Vol. 5 on the way, Troy Ave teams up with his friends and therefore affiliates Young Lito and King Sevin for the official music video of his "3005" KeyMix. The song itself just dropped yesterday, to very underwhelming reviews by our HNHH users. The video finds all three rappers spitting in the studio alongside some other friends, chilling and doing what they do. Watch the new set of visuals above.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "I'm Dat Nigga" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Young Lito "I'm Dat Nigga" Video
    Troy Ave has become a strangely divisive artist, creating a rift between rap media, as he dismisses "weirdo" rappers, and identifies as a REAL New York rapper.
  • Troy Ave "My Day" Video
    Troy Ave "My Day" Video
    Shortly before the blog controversy, Troy Ave hit us with his crew mixtape, BSB Vol. 4. One of the highlights from the record was Troy's solo cut, "My Day", which he's now released some official visuals for. The song sticks with the rapper's hard-edged, but slyly melodic New York style, built off of a modernized boom bap beat that suits Ave's 50-esque delivery well.
  • Troy Ave Feat. Lloyd Banks "Your Style" Video
    Troy Ave Feat. Lloyd Banks "Your Style" Video
    Troy Ave's been making waves in the NYC hip-hop world lately, and his new "Your Style" video tells of his rise to the top. Watch it above. Personifying his city as woman he's spitting game to, Troy tells us how she "likes my style, she likes my flows" and how there "ain't nobody 'round who sound like this." That last line's a little funny because this song's chorus is basically an interpolation of some lyrics from 50 Cent's "In Da Club," but with a co-sign from Lloyd Banks, Troy Ave must feel like the King of New York (circa 2003). 
  • Troy Ave Performs "Your Style" On Pix11 News
    Troy Ave Performs "Your Style" On Pix11 News
    When you think televised rap performances, you think Late Night TV. However, a few rappers have made it to the daytime television circuit, but performing on a news broadcast may be entirely new territory. Troy Ave appeared on Pix11 news today, participating in a short interview, before launching into his single, "Your Style" (all while bringing New York back).
  • Troy Ave's Summer Jam Recap
    Troy Ave's Summer Jam Recap
    This year’s Summer Jam was more than just a dope concert, but history in the making. So it comes as no real surprise that every rapper who was in attendance decided to document their adventures. Today, one of Brooklyn’s finest, Troy Ave, let go of his Summer Jam vlog and gives fans an inside look at his time backstage, and even on stage for that matter. Cameos from Action Bronson, T.I., Snoop Dogg, and more throughout this one. Watch the new vlog above, and look for BSB Vol. 5 to be on the way. You behind Troy Ave's movement?
  •  Jon Connor, Jarren Benton, Lil Bibby & Troy Ave's XXL Freshmen Cypher
    Jon Connor, Jarren Benton, Lil Bibby & Troy Ave's XXL Freshmen Cypher
    We've received stand-out cyphers from two groups already, one consisted of Rich Homie Quan, Ty Dolla $ign and Lil Durk, while the other had Kevin Gates, Vic Mensa, August Alsina, Isaiah Rashad and Chance The Rapper together. For the third and final cypher we've got Jon Connor, Tro
  • Troy Ave "Flavors Of The Game" Video
    Troy Ave "Flavors Of The Game" Video
    Basketball has been around quite a bit longer than hip-hop, but since the genre's rise in the early '80s, the two have been inextricably linked. "Flavors Of The Game," a new series of videos presented by HNHH, XXL and Bacardi, explores the sport's connection to hip-hop, tattoo and sneaker culture. Above, watch Troy Ave discuss the similarities between rapping and balling.
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