“So it begins,” says Jake Troth.
Troth’s list of associates and mentors is stellar. Mr. Troth, his singing featured in the song, co-produced the song with Mr. DJ and wrote it with Big Boi. The collaboration was formed as a joint venture with Juicy J (Jordan Houston) of the Academy Award winning Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia. The publisher, Treetop, signed
North Carolina native producer/singer/
“Apple of My Eye” is only the next one of Troth’s successes. Troth is a GreyGoose Rising Icon, His song “Material Things” was the theme song to the VH1 show “House of Consignment.”
His latest placement, "Apple of My Eye," a critically acclaimed and highly anticipated collaboration with Mr. DJ and Big Boi of Outkast, hit stores December 11, 2012,
on Big Boi’s album “Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors,” under Island Def Jam. Within hours the stand album and its Deluxe counterpart hit #2 and #7 simultaneously on iTunes for rap albums and #8 for on ITunes overall.
“Its been a long road,” says Jonathon Wolf, President of Treetop Publishing LLC, Troth’s publisher, who was responsible for negotiating the contracts. “But I am confident this is the beginning of great things to come. I think that Jake Troth is one of the most talented young creative minds, in the country right now.
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About the Artist: Jake Troth
Davidson, NC, native Jake Troth loves the Deep South. He studied at Savannah School of Art and Design for years but rally loved working on his music. He has worked with J.U.S.T.I.C.E League, Sonny Digital, Jazze Pha, and Sak Pase, JR Rotem, DJ ,Mr. DJ just to name a few.