Troy Ave stood out as truly newsworthy two or three days back when he self-declared himself the “second happening to Tupac” amid a meeting on The Breakfast Club. While fans cooked him throughout the day on Twitter for his remark, it shows up the Brooklyn rapper is truly running with that thought. On Friday, Troy chose to declare that he would drop another “road collection” next Friday, April 14 called Nupac.
“A couple of media outlets with concealed plans against us genuine ones done turned what i stated, and through lemons with expectations of covering and keeping my actual message from gettin through to the masses! well ya Dope Boy Troy gon wind those into Lemonade and Serve it Cold! The Hate can’t impact me cause I’m valiant, committed, devoted and honorable! Never Wait out the tempest Y’all! Go Dance in The Rain💯 With that said on Friday April fourteenth Ima drop this [Street Album] titled: Dope Boy Troy (vol.2) #NuPac! I’m airing everyone tha fuk out! ….. These Ain’t No Photoshopped Pictures, This My Real Life” Troy Ave subtitled on INstagram.
Alongside that, Troy additionally uncovered the Tupac-roused work of art, which sees Troy and the West Coast symbol facing comparative ways all through their pained life.
Look at the declaration and collection cover (beneath). Meanwhile, return to his most recent video for “Why” to hold you over.
a few media outlets with hidden agendas against us real ones done twisted what i said, and thru lemons in hopes of covering & preventing my true message from gettin thru to the masses! well ya Dope Boy Troy gon twist those into Lemonade & Serve it Cold! The Hate can’t effect me cause I’m fearless, dedicated, faithful & righteous! Never Wait out the storm Y’all! Go Dance in The Rain💯 With that said on Friday April 14th Ima drop this [Street Album] titled: Dope Boy Troy (vol.2) #NuPac! I’m airing everybody tha fuk out! ….. These Ain’t No Photoshopped Pictures, This My Real Life