If not for the apathy and mishandling from his former major record label, Atlanta's Pastor Troy (n' Micah Levar Troy) might have emerged five years ago as one of crunk's major mainstream stars. At the time, he had all the elements that seem to work today: guest spots on Lil Jon records, productions by Timbaland, and striking looks that balance between menacing and cuddly (the winning combo of any edgy rapper). Instead he refused the mainstream and burrowed further underground, where he has become a cult hero who's often imitated in the South. Not including mixtapes, the... More >>>