Restore the feeling, a common phrase we’ve been hearing from the 30 year old Brooklyn based rapper Troy Ave. Slick talk and classic New York swag will force any bystander to atleast take a 1st listen. We’ve been following Troy’s movement for a while now ever since he dropped his infamous street frenzied mixtape “Bricks in my Backpack 2”. Fast forward a couple years and Troy Ave has established himself as one of the premier rappers in the game to date all while being independent I might add. Thats right, no major label deal or pr backing. Just block to block guerrilla marketing… Read More

Troy Ave is back with a new loosie! “Restore The Feeling”

Restore the feeling, a common phrase we’ve been hearing from the 30 year old Brooklyn based rapper Troy Ave. Slick talk and classic New York swag will force any bystander to atleast take a 1st listen. We’ve been following Troy’s movement for a while now ever since he dropped his infamous street frenzied mixtape “Bricks in my Backpack 2”. Fast forward a couple years and Troy Ave has established himself as one of the premier rappers in the game to date all while being independent I might add. Thats right, no major label deal or pr backing. Just block to block guerrilla marketing while handing out CD’s and touching the people. Which leads us to the release of his most recent studio album titled “Major Without A Deal”. A hits 92 favorite for sure, the tracklist alone is impressive featuring the likes of 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and P Diddy.

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That being said, we were super amped to hear that Troy blessed the fans with a surprise track today called “Restore The Feeling”. A prelude to his highly anticipated mixtape White Christmas 3, which drops this Friday. A dope beat and ill bars from NYC’s finest should leave you riveting with some new Monday motivation. Check it out below.

Troy Ave – “Restore The Feeling”

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