Streets is a myth. . .
This month, Troy Ave is gearing up to release the latest installment of his White Christmas series. Before the Brooklyn rapper-entrepreneur drops the effort, he took to the gram to reveal a rare publishing check from the ASCAP. Take a look at media below, where he opens up on his new “BMF” single, being blackballed after getting shot on X-Mas two years ago and much more.
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one of the reasons why they hate is cause I make better music and I own all my $hit! most these rappers lease, rent, beg and borrow. They gettin pimped by Major labels then flexing like they a boss 😂😂 I own all my cars, homes, jewelry & publishing! Drop a 💸✅✅✅✅💪 if U into ownership like a real boss #PostYaPublishingCheckChallenge 🤣🤣🤣🤣 #WhiteChristmas7 on the way & @gigpsbrand sale coming too