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King of Clubs

Cowboy Troy

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Album Review

Nearly ten years on from Loco Motive, Cowboy Troy digs in his heels on hick-hop with his third album, King of Clubs. Working once again with John Rich, the leader of the MuzikMafia who played a big role in the discovery of the rapper, Cowboy Troy updates his signature stomp by adding in a few vocoders, electronics, and heavier guitars, along with finding more space for guest artists. In the case of lead single "Drink Drank Drunk," there are a few too many cooks in the kitchen, and with Big & Rich and Big Smo aboard, there isn't much space for Troy, while "Buzzed Up" is possibly the most urban Troy ever has been, a not-bad bid for R&B play that nevertheless doesn't quite fit with the rest of the album. This problem is rectified elsewhere on the record, usually when the hick element of the hick-hop equation is emphasized: the Rawhide interpolations of "Giddy Up" and the riotously silly boot-scootin' wannabe dance-crazy "Rope It Off" showcase a showman who, after a decade, knows his strengths, and even if he'll dabble with the modern sounds for a hit, he's not about to let the times change him.

Customer Reviews

King Of Clubs -- Real Deal

Fun Fun and more Fun! It's impossible to sit still while listening to these cool tunes. Great for dancing, working out or just having a rowdy good'ol time with friends. A must add to anyone's music library. Get it :)

Cowboy Troy

It's a sad time for the music industry, if this is what's being pumped out. This music is pure garbage and has no talent at all in it. I couldn't even use this cd for a coaster it's so bad....

This isnt even country

How can y'all listen to this garbage? Its pop. Bottomline. This should never have even been spawned. I listened to two seconds of drink drank drunk and i felt sick. This is not country and never will be.


Born: December 18, 1970 in Victoria, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rapper Cowboy Troy exploded onto the country music scene in 2004 with a blend of country and rap he likes to call "hick-hop." It was his appearance on the Big & Rich track "Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)" that put him on CMT and into every honky tonk DJ's record collection that year, but Troy's involvement in country music and with Big & Rich began over a decade earlier. It was 1993 in his hometown of Dallas when Cowboy Troy — real name Troy Coleman — first met John Rich....
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