Rapper Pastor Troy Forced To Change Album Name, Releases Tool Muziq


Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy (Micah Levar Troy) says that he’s not disappointed after being forced to change the name of his 9th album from Saddam Hussein to Tool Muziq.

After being forced to change the name of his 9th album from Saddam Hussein to Tool Muziq, under his label Money and Power due to issues with retailers, Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy (Micah Levar Troy) says that he’s not disappointed.

The rapper explained that this is one of the albums that he’s always wanted to make because there’s no censorship and he was able do the things he wanted without the money issues and get the tracks that he wanted to use.

The album officially released on July 3 and includes guest features such as Gangsta Boo, Fabo of D4L and Hitman Sammy Sam and production by Three 6 Mafia (DJ Paul & Juicy J), Shawty Redd, DJ Squeeky, Drumma Boy, Zaytoven, Pastor Troy (himself) and others.

Pastor Troy is most known for his songs “Are We Cuttin’/Vice Versa” and “Ridin’ Big” which both debuted on the Billboard Charts. Pastor Troy also have been featured on a number of songs and has worked on albums with other artists such as Ludacris (song Get Off Me), Young Jeezy (song GA) , Chamillionaire (song Southern Takover), Lil’ Jon (album Kings of Crunk), Criminal Manne (album Atlanta 2 Memphis) .

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