Pastor Troy - Universal Soldier (2002). 01. Pastor Troy - Intro (Album Version). 02. Pastor Troy - Universal Soldier (Album Version). 03. Pastor Troy, Ms. Jade - Are We Cuttin' (Album Version Main). 04. Pastor Troy, Bun B - If I Wasn't Rappin' (Album Version). 05. Pastor Troy - Who, When, When, Where (Album Version). 06. Pastor Troy, Timbaland - Tell 'Em It's On (Album Version). 07. Pastor Troy - 4 My Hustlaz (Album Version). 08. Pastor Troy - Chug-A-Lug (Album Version).
Tracklist: 1. Intro, 2. Universal Soldier, 3. Are We Cuttin, 4. If I Wasn’t Rappin, 5. Who, What, When, Where, 6. Tell ‘Em It’s On, 7. 4 My Hustlaz, 8. Chug-A-Lug, 9. You Can’t Pimp Me, 10. I’m A Raise Me A Soldier, 11. Undefeated, 12. No Mo Play In . Pt. 2, 13. If They Kill Me, 14. When He Comes, 15. Bless America, 16. Outro, 17. Vica Versa (Remix). More albums from Pastor Troy: By Any Means Necessary by Pastor Troy. Book I by Pastor Troy. Face Off by Pastor Troy. Moonchild by Pastor Troy. We Ready I Declare War by Pastor Troy. View all albums . Universal Soldier.
Ludacris featured Troy on his album Back for the First Time in the song "Get Off M. In addition, Pastor Troy is the front man of the rap group . Down South Georgia Boys). DSGB originated in Augusta, Georgia. Universal Soldier is the sixth studio album by rapper Pastor Troy, released in 2002. The single "Are We Cuttin" was featured on the xXx soundtrack which caused the album to gain popularity. The album was a big success across the . with singles "Are We Cuttin" and "Vica Versa". com/Universal Soldier (Pastor Troy album).
Universal Soldier Album. Release Date September 24, 2002. If They Kill Me. You Can't Pimp Me. Pastor Troy.
Pastor Troy's second attempt at a breakthrough album only furthers the frustration that many expressed with 2001's Face Off. The record tries to throw around Troy's beliefs and opinions without direction, which leads to songs that shoot off into tangents that have little to do with the subject matter. But the sloppy way Universal Soldier is put together reveals more of his faults than his positives, making it another average record from a rapper who shows so much potential.
Universal Soldier, 2002. You Can't Pimp Me, 04:20.
Label: Universal Records. Although not as high profile as other Atlanta crunk specialists, Pastor Troy has been serving up rambunctious, synth-driven anthems for several years now. Universal Soldier finds him teaming up with other Dirty South luminaries, such as UGK's Bun B ("If I Wasn't Rappin") and Ms. Jade ("Are We Cuttin").