For your weekend listening pleasure
TroyBoi presents a new single, “X 2 C.”
South East London-born multi-genre, multifaceted producer TroyBoi has left his mark on the music world on the strength of his unique original productions, which blend multicultural influences and hip-hop finesse atop versatile, hook-laced, trap-infused beats. He now flips the script with Left Is Right, his debut album out August 25 via T dot Music. The 20-track album explores diverse global sounds, from the swaggering album opener “B.I.A,” dubbed a “certified banger” by Complex.com, to power single “What You Know.” Left Is Right also features “KINJABANG,” recently used by America’s Best Dance Crew performers the Kinjaz; the aggressive “Look at Me,” a massive collaboration with internationally celebrated rapper/actor and West Coast gangsta rap pioneer Ice Cube; and standout track “Interlude – Jammin Sessions,” a collaboration with Jim Beanz, a protégé of super producer Timbaland. Elsewhere, TroyBoi has released music on the seminal imprints Fool’s Gold Records and Mad Decent, including “Afterhours,” a collaboration with Nina Sky and Grammy Award-winning, international producer Diplo. Additionally, his extensive discography includes: collaborations with Flosstradamus, DJ Craze and Grandtheft; remixes for Missy Elliott and Tinie Tempah; and original music for the Star Wars-inspired Star Wars Headspace compilation album. Distinguished as one of Billboard Dance‘s Artists to Watch in 2017 and recognized in BBC Radio 1’s Future Stars series by tastemaker Annie Nightingale, TroyBoi has also performed high-profile sets at Fuji Rock Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, Miami Music Week, HOLY SHIP!, Sónar, Life in Color and more. In fall 2016, TroyBoi launched the Mantra Tour, his first-ever headlining tour in North America. This past fall, TroyBoi completed his Left Is Right North American Tour and performances at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado and Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas. Look for more exciting things to come from TroyBoi in 2018.