Pastor Troy wiki, bio, age, songs, net worth, parents, education

An American rapper Pastor Troy is also known as the member of the hardcore rap group known as D.S.G.B. which full form Down South Georgia Boys. He is the native of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He came into this world on 18th November of the year 1977 which has now made him reach at the age of 38. Although he is known by the name Pastor Troy, as a child, he was named as Micah LeVar Troy. Talking about his parents, his father named Alfred Troy is a Haitian American drill instructor turned pastor. Troy went to get his education from the Creekside High School. After that, he got enrolled at the Paine College located in Augusta Georgia. After that, he decided that he would fully pursue his career in the rap music.

Pastor’s rap name comes from the last name and the profession of his father which is pastor and he is also a pun on name Castor Troy which is a character from 1997 movie named Face/Off of John Woo which was played by Nicholas Cage and John Travolta. The fourth album of him is titled as Face Off in reference to states. Pastor released his first album titled as We Ready in 1999. Ludacris featured him on his album called Back for the First Time in a song called Get Off Me. Additionally, Pastor is the front man of a rap group D.S.G.B. which originated in Augusta, Georgia. He had also been featured on collaborative albums Kings of Crunk by Lil Jon in a song entitled as  Throw It Up. Pastor and his then friend Lil’Jon reached top of the charts in south with the songs such as Throw It Up and Vice Versa.

Since being in a music industry, Pastor has been in public conflict with Lil Scrappy, Master P, and The BME Click and Sno with whom he has since come to the terms. His album named Universal Soldier became popular in 2002 in South especially with a song Are We Cuttin featuring Ms. Jade that was also featured on soundtrack for action movie xXx that year. The album got debuted at number 13 on Billboard 200. Later, in 2003, he made his appearance on 2003 album of Young Jeezy titled as Come Shop wit’ Me on a track titled as GA.

Later, he released one of his more commercial albums titled as By Any Means Necessary in 2004. The album included the hit Ridin Big. After the release, he was released from the Universal contract due to creativity disputes. He then released the Face Off, Part II that addressed some of the issues with Lil Scrappy and BME adding new songs and even remade some of his hits. In June of 2009, he released his 16th solo album called Ready For War and he also released seven more studio albums up to the year 2011. His other albums are titled as Stay Tru, Attitude Adjuster, Hell 2 Pay, TROY, A.T.L., Still Troy, King of All Kings and more. Besides that, his net worth is estimated as $5 million and for more about his bio, he can also get connected through Instagram and Twitter. 

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