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By Choice or By Force


Download links and information about By Choice or By Force by Pastor Troy. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 49:20 minutes.

Artist: Pastor Troy
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 13
Duration: 49:20
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No. Title Length
1. Murda Man 3:50
2. I Represent This 3:49
3. I'm the Shark In the Water 3:06
4. Crossroads 4:03
5. Who Do I Trust 4:07
6. Pop a Few Bottles (Featuring Rasheeda) (featuring Rasheeda) 4:12
7. I Like All That 3:12
8. Drop That A** 3:47
9. Vegas 4:29
10. Down for Life (Featuring Kira) (featuring Kira And The Kindred Spirits) 3:23
11. Partner In Crime (Featuring Misha) (featuring Misha) 4:04
12. On the Block (Featuring Criminal Manne) (featuring Criminal Manne) 3:58
13. Twenty Six (Featuring Bootleg) (featuring Bootleg) 3:20



On “Murda Man,” Pastor Troy spits venom toward Atlanta rivals Lil’ Jon and Lil’ Scrappy, and states his declaration of purpose: “I represent the anger / I represent the real / I represent the danger / I represent the cars / I represent the dream / I represent respect / I'm representin’ my team.” Fire and fury emanates from By Choice or By Force, the 13th album by this indomitable and ultra-prolific Southern favorite. Spouting a life philosophy that consists of little more than wrath and determination, Troy puts our head in his scope and pulls the trigger on songs like “Who Do I Trust” and “Twenty Six.” He tackles relationships (“Partner In Crime,” “Down For Life”) and dedicates a passel of songs to the strip club (“I Like All That,” “Pop a Few Bottles,” “Drop That A**”), but he is undeniably at his best when his subject is his own fearsome persona. “I’m a Shark In the Water” might be the most succinct metaphor for Troy’s style, but “I Represent This,” with its hellish groans, forms the pulpit from which the Pastor howls his most hair-raising sermon.