Since his release on bail, Troy Ave has blessed us with tons of visuals off of some of his latest projects from Roland Collins all the way back to Major Without A Deal Reloaded. His latest track to get the visual treatment is Rikers Island, a fan favorite off the Roland Collins Album that samples the early 90's reggae hit "Me No Like Rikers Island" by Cocoa Tea. Troy Ave and Llama hook up again to direct this latest video, where Troy takes us in the cell and behind the bars with him as he recaps his time spent on his latest visit to Rikers Island, including some of the people he came across and some of the perks he got for being a real one while he was there. Check the video out now!!!!!
Continuing to keep the flame going, Troy Ave drops another video support of his latest release. Here is the video for "Riding In My Whip", the intro track of the recently released Roland Collins Album. Directed by Llama, Ave talks his shit while cruising the streets in his Jeep with the top off letting the sun shine in. Freshly dressed and accompanied by a beautiful female as always, it seems like the boys are on his tail. Watch the video and see what happens.
Reaching back in his bag, Troy Ave blesses us with another visual off of his "Major Without A Deal" Project. Rob Dade and Troy Ave hook up to bring us a visual for "Bronx Tale" a banger off of the MWAD release that was produced by Kid Capri. The video based on a true story was shot out in Miami. Troy Ave cruises the streets of Miami in his S550 Benz as he tells us this story.... A Bronx Tale... Check it out!
The intro track off of Major Without A Deal Reloaded "Primetime" the Yankee produced track, is the next song to get the visual treatment from Ave. Troy Ave and Llama hook up once again to bring us this video where Troy Ave talks his talk whether it be sitting in the Porsche or chilling in a hotel room, with a bad bitch draped in fur by his side, it certainly is Prime Time. Check out the new video now!!!
Despite everything Troy Ave has going on he continues to work. He blesses us with the first visual off of the "Free Troy Ave" mixtape that he dropped while he was still incarcerated. Blame Zyck directs this visual for dealership. From the comforts of his bed and in home studio, Ave gets the urge to hit the dealership. Why? You gotta watch the video to see. The video has cameos from Travque, some beautiful women and a few others. Check it out!!!
As soon as Troy Ave was released on bail, he got straight back to work. With so much going on in his life he was able to give us the self titled Roland Collins album. The album was inspired by a lot of the things he's going through at the moment. Here he gives us a visual for the first single off the album "Hot Boy" which was produced by Yankee and Trilogy. The visual, directed by Llama shows Ave riding through the streets of BK in one of his toys and accompanied by a beautiful female as always. Check out the video now!!!
Troy continues to drop dope visuals as he releases one for the smash hit "She Belongs To The Game". Troy plays a relationship counselor, trying to help some dudes save their troubled relationships..... Or is he? Lol!!!! Accompanied by Young Lito and filled with many other cameos, this video goes as hard as the song does and is filled with lots of laughs. Go check the video out now!!!!