Ever since Troy Ave claimed to be the second coming of Tupac in his infamous Breakfast Club interview a few weeks ago, people have been at his throat. Things got even worse when he announced that his upcoming project would be titled Nupac.
After delaying the project for a few days and releasing the single “I Ain’t Mad At Cha,” Troy Ave finally drops Nupac as promised. On the Intro, Troy Ave clarifies what he meant on The Breakfast Club and explains that he didn’t mean that he was the new Tupac but that he was describing the feeling of everything he’s doing and has been through in the past few months is similar. The 12 track album is a follow-up to last month’s Dope Boy Troy project with features from Jamila Irish and production from frequent collaborators Trilogy, Yankee, and more.
Stream the project below.