Cowboy Troy rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first cut of Big & Rich’s 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color, while his admonition to “let go of all your preconceived notions” certainly wasn’t the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into the country. It was the boldest statement yet.
Explaining the journey that placed Troy Coleman at this unlikely intersection is as complicated as explaining the evolution of American culture. At the same time, it’s as simple as the story of a kid from Texas who did what all kids do. He soaked up the world around him.
Cowboy Troy knows he’s challenging conventional thinking about what country music is. But he expects that his music will find its place.
“I’ve never been like everybody else and it wouldn’t do me any good to try,” he says.
“Cowboy Troy is the real deal. His attitude is refreshing, his energy on stage is enticing and his lyrics are fun, real, deep, and catchy.”
(Center Stage Magazine)
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