Troy was born and raised on the streets of Yonkers, NY. He has been singing on the streets of Yonkers since 1994. Troy is known for his light tone and harmonizing flow with a “Ghetto Touch”. Through the notes of his music resonates words of wisdom, as in his song So Confused. The Bronx, Harlem, Queens, Brooklyn, New Jersey and Down South have been blessed to hear his voice. Troy has performed at various clubs including New York’s Club Speed, the Triade Theater, Wild Palm, Club Rhumba, The Village Underground, Albany University, Virginia State, and Maryland’s Petapsco Arena. He has also opened for the likes of The Boot Camp Click, Lil Mo, G-Dep, Ruff Endz, Panama Gold, Eight Hundred and Da Orphanage, and Rover of Bottom Line Entertainment.
Troy has laced some tracks on various albums such as King Kirk of Sporty Thieves, Panama Gold, Eight Hundred, Mums Tha Word of Mums the Word Entertainment and Rover of Bottom Line Entertainment.
His ultimate mission is to express a mental picture of love, hate pain and happiness, which he has experienced or envisioned.
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