Why Everyone Needs to Know About Troye Sivan
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Why Everyone Needs to Know About Troye Sivan

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Why Everyone Needs to Know About Troye Sivan

Troye Sivan is a 21-year-old South African-born Australian singer, songwriter, actor, and Youtuber. On Youtube, he has over 241 million views and 4 million subscribers. In August 2014, he released his first EP called TRXYE with his hit single "Happy Little Pill." In September 2015, he released his second EP, Wild, and later that year his first album Blue Neighbourhood. "Youth," the first single from his album peaked at 23 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2014, Time named Troye as the "25 Most Influential Teens of 2014."

He's appeared on Ellen and The Tonight Show. Troye has won Teen Choice Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, a nominated for many more. With his incredible success, you may have heard of him. If not, you probably should for many reasons.

He's hilarious.

Troye's tweets are hilarious to read. He is always updating his social media with great content.

His music is incredible.

Troye's Blue Neighbourhood album has multiple songs such as "Wild," "Youth," and "Talk Me Down." They are definitely worth a listen.

His music videos are beautiful.

The Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy tells an incredible story. Not only are the songs beautiful, but the videos are too.

His shows are fun to go to.

He loves to talk and interact with the crowd. The crowd has a great energy when everyone dances and sings along.

He cares about his fans.

Troye is a strong advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and at his shows has charities that people attending can donate to.

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