Less than two months, a new track
Not even two months ago, the trap heavy DJ/Producer TroyBoi, dropped his album, Left Is Right. TroyBoi clearly takes no time off because he just dropped another track, Don’t Want. The track samples vocals from the 1976 song Love Hangover by Diana Ross, which gives the entire track a classic feel. The vocals get dirty with the deep electric keys and hard bass bumps, while the underlying jazzy bassline compliments the spacey synths, creating a grungy-retro vibe. TroyBoi delivers his style in a very clear way, while still managing to give us something fresh and unique. We’ve come to expect nothing less from the TroyBoi, who constantly delivers fiery tracks. Could Don’t Want be the first track on his next album?
Soundcloud shows we shouldn’t take the title of TroyBoi’s track too seriously because this is what his fans want. None of his fans on SoundCloud seem to have anything negative to say about this track. Fans say “he never fails to deliver,” and they “DON’T WANT” this song to end. One thing is for sure, the DJ/Producer has another banger to get the crowd moving on the dancefloor.
More About TroyBoi
The London DJ/Producer released his most recent album, Left Is Right, under his own label T Dot Music Group / Sunset Entertainment Group. Notably, he remixes rap, R&B, pop songs, but he also supplies his fans with a large selection of his own productions, which are largely in the trap genre.He arrived on the scene in the early 2010’s and since has released bangers, including collaborations with Diplo, Flosstradamus, Missy Elliott, Danny Brown, and ZAYN. Truly a master of his craft, Troyboi’s strong fan base reflects his talent. With almost 443K followers on SoundCloud and 90K followers on Spotify, he consistently defies fan expectation. He uploads original work on a very frequent basis. You can catch him performing through the remainder of the year as he finishes up his Left Is Right Tour. In the meantime, we look forward to hearing what TroyBoi has for us next, but we don’t expect to be waiting very long.