By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
It’s obvious that some rappers do things just for the shock value and in the case of Pastor Troy’s new album title it’s evident. The rapper was scheduled to drop his new album, ‘Saddam Hussein,’ this summer but hit a snag with retailers – they refused to carry the album because of the name.
"The ‘Saddam’ title was just a metaphor for how I was comin’ back for my s**t, hostile takeover-style," Troy said. "I’m gonna bring genocide to the rap game. It wasn’t political or anything like that. I’ve got love for the troops, they’ve always supported me and I support them. So now I’m just gonna give’em Tool Muziq ’cause that’s what this album is — hardcore gangsta s**t.”
Troy renamed the album album ‘Tool Musiq,’ and announced that it will have contributions from Shawty Red, Drumma Boy, DJ Squeeky and Zaytoven with appearances from Gangsta Boo, Fabo of D4L and The Hitman Sammy Sam.