Troy Ave recently stopped by Shade 45 for an exclusive on-air interview with DJ Whoo Kid. Harry Powder opened things up by crediting 50 Cent, Master P, Biggie, and JAY Z as early influences. As the current state of New York Hip Hop quickly became the topic of discussion, Troy reassured listeners that his music if a reflection of his real lifestyle and upbringing in the streets. The Brooklyn rapper also elaborated on his friendship with Fabolous, explains how he was able to get Pusha T on his new album and much more. Wu-Tang’s Raekwon also joins in on the conversation close to the 14 minute mark.
New York’s rising talent, Troy Ave, recently paid a visit to Shade 45 satellite radio to chop it up with Tony Touch about his new album and also hopped on the microphone for an exclusive freestyle. Check out Harry Powder in action as he tackles Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Boards” instrumental and pulls out his trusty phone to share a few bars for listeners tuning in. Troy Ave’s New York City: The Album is now available.
New York’s Troy Ave showcases a standout track titled “Everything” off his latest offering with New York City: The Album. G.O.O.D. Music rapper Pusha T also shows up to lend a hand with a solid verse over the gritty instrumental. It’s all about bricks of dope, trafficking and money as Harry Power takes listeners to the streets with his new drug infused record.
Harry Powder takes singer Lorde’s infectious “Royals” instrumental and proceeds to carry out an official remix. Take a listen to the New York native get busy over the pop smash and lace the track with his slick street talk while Lordes takes the wheel on the song’s hook.