Pastor Troy Wiki
Pastor Troy (Born Micah LeVar Troy) is an American rapper and member of the Down South Georgia Boys. He is well known for his 2002 solo album Universal Soldier. In 2017, he released an album titled O.G.P.T.
Pastor Troy Biography
Troy began his career with his first album, We Ready (I Declare War), in 1999. He got featured by Ludacris on his album Back for the First Time in the song “Get Off Me.” In addition, He is the front man of the rap group D.S.G.B. (Down South Georgia Boyz). DSGB originated in Augusta, Georgia.
He was also featured on the collaborative album Kings of Crunk by Lil Jon in the song “Throw it Up”. Troy and then friend Lil’ Jon reached the top of the charts in the south with songs such as “Vice Versa” and “Throw it Up”. He has been in public conflict with Master P, Miracle, Hitman Sammy Sam, Lil Scrappy and The BME Click, and Sno, with whom he has since come to terms.
In 2002, Troy’s album Universal Soldier became popular in the South, especially with the song “Are We Cuttin'” featuring Ms. Jade, which was also appeared on the soundtrack for the action film xXx that year.Pastor Troy Photo The album debuted got ranked 3rd on the Billboard 200. In 2003, was featured in on Young Jeezy’s 2003 album Come Shop wit’ Me on the track titled “GA”.
Troy later released one of his more commercial albums, By Any Means Necessary, in 2004. This album included the hit “Ridin’ Big”. Following this release, Pastor Troy was released from his Universal contract because of creativity disputes.
He then released Face Off, Part II, which addressed some issues with Lil Scrappy and BME, adding new songs, and even remade some of his hits.
He was featured by Killer Mike on Chamillionaire’s track “Southern Takeover” off of The Sound of Revenge Pastor Troy released three albums in 2006, he later Tru, then followed by By Choice Or By Force and Atlanta 2 Memphis, which is a collaboration album with Memphis rapper Criminal Manne. Stay Tru debuted at the Billboard 200 at #150, selling 6,000 copies its first week.
Currently, Pastor Troy is signed with two record labels. SMC (Stay Tru, Tool Muziq) and Money and Power Records (Face Off Part 2, Atlanta 2 Memphis).
He later released his 16th solo album, Ready For War, in June 2009, and released seven more studio albums up to 2011. He later released his latest CD entitled The Last Outlaw, also he starred in the film We Were Homeboyz which was released May 10, 2012. On July 31, 2013, he released another album entitled The Streets Need You which is in stores and for download online. Troy also made a video clip of the intro of his latest mixtape “Crown Royal Legend” on YouTube.
On December 30, 2013, Troy released a tribute song following the death of upcoming rapper Doe B titled “Yall ain’t Do Him Right”. Crown Royal Part 4 was released on January 21, 2014.
Troy released his album Welcome To The Rap Game on July 1, 2014, and on June 19, 2015, released his new mixtape, the sixth edition of his Crown Royal mixtape series subtitled “The Show | The Afterparty | The Funeral” containing 22 tracks of mostly new material. On June 27, 2015 Pastor Troy unleashed WAR (We Are Ready) in Atlanta his most recent album release inclusive of features by Paul Wall and Bun B. Available on his self-titled app, Troy revisits his gritty “We Ready” and controversial “Vica Versa” true-to-life lyrics.
Coinciding with the “WAR in Atlanta” release, Pastor Troy, in partnership with Invicta Creative, released a documentary consisting of Troy’s perspective of the music industry and how many of his hits came to be. Includes stories about Lil Jon, Master P and his experience in the industry. The documentary was directed by Will Tolbert. Produced by Will Tolbert, Micah Troy, Desiree Tolbert, Matt Hazel, and Al Troy. Early in 2017, Pastor Troy announced his retirement and released his last album “O.G.P.T” on July 28, 2017.
He also announced he was in the process of completing his second movie titled “Down 2 Come Up”. The film was written, directed and also co-stars Pastor Troy, who enlisted his long time, best friend and fellow rapper the late Carlos “ShawtyLo” Walker to co-star alongside him.
The movie was filmed in 2016 and was Shawty Lo’s last project before he died in a car accident on September 21, 2016. It is slated to release in 2018. It also appears that Pastor Troy’s retirement will be short lived. As referenced on his website DSGBRADIO.com, he is slated to release another album on July 28, 2018, “Clubber Lang”.
Troy also featured on “Hoe Check II”, a tribute song to the late The Last Mr. Bigg; in which he frequently collaborated with. He appeared on the song along with Project Pat, King Columbia & Mr. Flip. It was released on the anniversary of the death of Mr. Bigg and premiered on BET and exclusively on DSGB Radio. In 2018 He released first single off Clubber Lang entitled “Heavyweight Champ”. The music video was filmed at the Mercedes/Benz stadium with a Creed theme.
Pastor Troy Age
Troy was born on November 18th, 1977 in College Park, Georgia.
Pastor Troy Family
Micah LeVar Troy was born to father, Alfred Troy (father) is a former drill instructor turned pastor. there is no much information about his family background. He later got enrolled and later graduated from Creekside High School, he later joined the Paine College in Augusta, Georgia, before deciding to fully pursue his career in rap.
Pastor Troy Married | Wife
Troy has not shared much information about his love life not much is known to the media. Either he is gay, or he doesn’t like to talk about his girlfriends to the press. Whatever be the case, he has been spotted with a few girls. There are rumors of him dating Ashley “Minnie” Ross and Troy! Well, now sources tell that both of them are happy because they are expecting a baby together. However, he denies being married and claims that he has got no wife or children. He hasn’t been divorced yet, for sure
Pastor Troy Children
information will be updated soon.
Pastor Troy Height
Pastor stands at a height of 6feet 3inches.
Pastor Troy Salary
Pastor’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k per year.
Pastor Troy Net Worth
Troy has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Much of his fortune is acquired from his over 21 albums, record production, and acting. He is a member of Down South Georgia Group that which runs several crunk music shows in Atlanta. He as well also earned through collaborations with some of the leading acts in rap such as Ludacris, Chamillionaire, and Lil Jon.
Pastor Troy Albums
- Pastor Troy for President – 2000
- Face Off – 2001
- Hell 2 Pay- 2002
- Universal Soldier – 2002
- By Any Means Necessary – 2004
- Face Off, Part I- 2005
- Stay Tru- 2006
- By Choice or by Force- 2006
- Tool Muziq – 2007
- Attitude Adjuster- 2008
- Feel Me or Kill Me- 2009
- Ready for War- 2009
- Love Me, Hate Me- 2009
- G.I. Troy – Strictly 4 My Soldiers- 2010
- Zero Tolerance- 2010
- Attitude Adjuster 2-, 2010
- King of All Kings- 2010
- Still Troy- 2011
- H.N.I.C. – 2011
- The Last Outlaw- 2012
- The Streets Need You- 30, 2013
- Welcome To The Rap Game- 2014
- WAR in Atlanta – 2015
- O.G.P.T – 2017
- Clubber Lang- 2018
Pastor Troy Songs
- 1999 – “No Mo Play in G.A.”
- 2001 – “This tha City”
- 2001 – “Vice Versa” (featuring Peter the Disciple)
- 2002 “Are We Cuttin'” (featuring Ms. Jade)
- 2003 – “You Can’t Pimp Me” (featuring Peter the Disciple)
- 2004 – “Ridin’ Big”
- 2006 – “Pop a Few Bottles”(featuring Rasheeda)
- 2007 – “Saddam”
- 2008 – “Heaven Is Below”
- 2009 – “I Want War”
- 2009 – “Comin Wit Me”
- 2011 – “Dirty Atlanta”(featuring Ralph)
- 2011 – “Ain’t Gangsta No Moe”