Troyllf | Free Play, Vol. 2

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Free Play, Vol. 2

by Troyllf

Fresh mixture of Hip Hop & Soul music from a Bay Area artist with a sound smooth as silk.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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1. Ghetto Poetry (feat. Bianca K)
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2. Bounce Back
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3. Twankle
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4. Look Thru My Eyes (feat. Bianca K)
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5. Love's Train (feat. Netta Brielle)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hailing from San Francisco, Ca, Troy came up in the Historic Fillmore district with a passion to one day share his lyrical art with the world. As a member of the collective "Legends Live Forever", formed in 2006, the group released several mixtapes and over time have been able to develop a brand. In 2013, the group set out to work on individual projects. Troy released Debut Solo project "Til Death Do Us Part" June 2013 followed by Project "10.20," the day he was born. Instead of receiving gifts, Troy chose to give back to the fans. Since then he's released the street album "Free Play vol.1" which will be a trilogy when its all said and done.

Between 2013-2015, Troy was able to headline shows in Sacramento at the Colonial Theater and Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco countless times, in addition to performing at several other venues throughout the Bay Area like Slim's 'Take Back Our City' show and 'Shock The Party' with Bay Area Legends such as San Quinn, Late Bay Area artist The Jacka, Equipto, and Big Rich just to name a few; Not to mention performances in Los Angeles that lead to opening for Nipsey Hussle’s “Crenshaw Tour” in Oakland at 'The New Parish.'

Troy has also been featured on the 24k Mixtape Compilation based out of the New York area and has been featured on the front pages of thizzler.com and wethewest.com.

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