Troy Ave has been locked up since May 26th on charges of attempted murder criminal possession of a weapon.
The Brooklyn emcee was caught on tape shooting up Manhattan venue Irving Plaza's backstage area during a T.I. show.
The gunfire resulted in the death of Troy's bodyguard Ronald “Banga” McPhatter, although Troy denies he was the one who shot him.
According to the New York Daily News, Troy finally made bail today. His mother posted the $500,000 bond.
While on bail, Troy will have to wear an ankle bracelet, won't be able to leave New York City, and won't be allowed to enter into any concert hall, bar, arena or other performance venue.
This will effectively prevent the 30-year old from doing any shows as he awaits trail.
No word in when he's due back in court.