New York rapper Troy Ave knows his NuPac street album is fire whether you agree with him or not. The hip-hop artist has dished on what impact the project’s release has had on him.
This week, Troy went to Instagram and stressed the mental toll NuPac’s production had on him.
fought 4 my life now I'm fighting 4 my freedom …. word word (c) #NuPAC outNow + Red & Blue #BakeAndWaterWhipWeightAgain hats Available at www.TroyAve.BigCartel.com But don't buy it if u a sucka ion want no money wit hate in it! That's shit get all in ya pockets and start infecting the rest of the paper 😔 ice on me make a African look Korean 😑 word word, GOD is Great!!!! Lord thank u 4 keeping me on this earth so I could flourish I hope it ain't bad to thank u on Instagram, I'm jus doing it cause I want everybody to understand how powerful faith is
Earlier in the week, Troy finally delivered his NuPac project to the masses.
Last weekend, Troy came forward to address the street album’s delay.
A few days ago, Troy announced his project’s slight delay but released a new song.
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