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For years Pastor Troy has been perfecting his own brand of semi-industrial crunk, and with each album the recipe becomes more deliciously caustic. In the tumultuous year of 2008 Troy delivers emotions at both extremes. The album displays his angriest music to date but also features songs that show him at his most contemplative. The seething and often abstract, atonal backdrops of “Putcha Sign Up,” “Bad Guy,” and “Ball Ya Fist Up” offer Troy the ideal noise in which to bathe his unrelenting yet glorious rage. But just when you expect Troy to explode in a ball of fire, you get “Bodyguard,” an almost ethereal love song that expresses PT’s tender and protective nature. Fans have long known that Troy’s emotional composure is delicately balanced, and while upsetting that equilibrium can result in some of rap music’s most hellacious songs, it also works the other way. Who but Troy could take a song about cell phone messages (“Textin’”) and turn it into something with a genuine sense of worry and foreboding? The storm in Pastor Troy rolls on and never fails to make for interesting and unexpected weather.

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good album overall

good Troy album. The production is weak in the beggining of the album, but things get better towards the end. dope boy, cant be her man, bodyguard and what da deal boo? are all awesome chill songs

wow, another troy album, thats five in two years

troy comes hard again, always bringing that dirty south fire, grab a J and start a fight.

Working Man.

Please, if you dont like this music, dont write a review. P.T. is a legend in underground rap. This is his best album of the year.(I know its the third this year, maybe fourth) I think its one of the top 5 albums from him (he has over a dozen)which means its a very good c.d. Normal P.T.stuff, Starts very ruufffff. Softens up for the girl a bit towards the end, dopeboy is my favorite song on the album for now, that may change.

Biography

Born: November 18, 1977 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Recognized for the lyrical self-consciousness, thoughtfulness, and sincerity he injects into his otherwise standard approach to Dirty South rap, Pastor Troy stood out among the masses of up-and-coming Southern MC trying to break out nationally in the early 2000s. Born Micah LeVar Troy on November 18, 1977, in the College Park suburb of Atlanta, GA, he grew up under the influence of his father, Alfred Troy, a principled man of Haitian descent who is a former drill instructor turned pastor....
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