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"Haitian Fresh and I are doing a song now called 'Fas a Fas' for Wyclef's campaign for President of Haiti. It's gon' be cool, man," the prolific southern rapper revealed.
"Fas A Fas" is the new people's party under which Wyclef Jean is running. According to the movement's website the phrase translates to "A Face, then another Face, and another Face, eventually all becoming an ocean of Faces looking for truth." Though Wyclef's candidacy is somewhat up in the air, there is no doubt that Pastor Troy's support is appreciated by the former Fugee. In addition to the song for 'Clef, Troy also announced that he will be releasing a new Down South Georgia Boys album entitled 'The Return of Cut 3,' the first D.S.G.B. album in over seven years.
Troy, who has more than 20 solo albums under his belt, parted ways with Universal back in 2004. "I'm staying down with the independents man, because it's too pivotal," he explained. "You can't take on a situation that you want if you always in a situation. You got to leave yourself open, so when that deal that you want comes along you can take it. With that being said, we doing our s--- strictly 100% independent."
Look out for Pastor Troy and Haitian Fresh's "Fas a Fas" to hit the net shortly, with D.S.G.B.'s 'The Return of Cut 3' to follow.
Pastor Troy's most recent release, 'King of All Kings' dropped on August 3.