Cowboy Troy's dream duet partner would be either Gretchen Wilson or Gwen Stefani.
Cowboy Troy would love to cover "Enter Sandman" by Metallica.
Cowboy Troy met John Rich in 1993 at a club in Dallas.
Cowboy Troy released his first album, Loco Motive in May of 2005. It debut at #2 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart.
Cowboy Troy's record label is Warner Brothers Records.
Cowboy Troy's first single was "I Play Chicken With the Train." He released it in 2005.
Cowboy Troy couldn't live without his wife, his TV, and sports.
Cowboy Troy has been told that he looks like Will Smith.
Cowboy Troy used to be a Manager of Dallas Foot Locker.
Cowboy Troy made an appearance on the March 13, 2006 episode of Monday Night Raw.
Cowboy Troy co-hosted the fourth season of Nashville Star, alongside Wynonna Judd. He is set to return for the fifth season.
Cowboy Troy toured with Tim Mcgraw.
Cowboy Troy appeared on Big & Rich's first album, Horse of a Different Color. He rapped the fourth verse to the first track, "Rollin."
Cowboy Troy joined the MuzikMafia in 2004.
Cowboy Troy first performed in 1989.
Cowboy Troy often raps in Spanish as well as English.
Cowboy Troy graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a degree in psychology.
Cowboy Troy's real name is Troy Coleman.
Cowboy Troy Is a country music rapper, calling his music Hick Hop.
Cowboy Troy: I started jumping up on stages in clubs back in '89 and '90 back in college, and it got to the point where people wanted me to make appearances whenever I could. Getting up in front of people wasn't the hard part.
Cowboy Troy: I'm not going to apologize for my music, because this is who I am. I didn't just wake up one morning, put on a cowboy hat and get a gig rapping on a country album. You don't do something for 15 years on a lark.
Cowboy Troy: When you start writing your own songs, you tend to draw upon those experiences, whatever they may be, and put those together and make a hodge-podge, almost, of music. That's where the idea of hick-hop comes from. When you see a dance floor get packed with cowboys and cowgirls whenever a Nelly or Ludacris song comes on, you know there's a place for it. It's not just my friends in the 'hood listening to it, it's my friends out in the sticks listening to it as well. It's the kind of thing I'm drawn to and draw upon to make my music the best it can be.
Cowboy Troy: You're not going to be able to really classify it in the sense of saying it's this or that. It's going to be an amalgamation of a bunch of different things. I grew up listening to Charlie Daniels and Jerry Reed and Kenny Rogers, and you incorporate that with ZZ Top and KISS and Boston and The Eagles and then you fold in the rap aspects of Run DMC and LL Cool J.