The Truth is the sixth and final studio album released by rap group, TRU. It was released on February 22, 2005 for No Limit Records and was produced by Master P, Drumma Boy, Kaos, Myke Diesel and Bass Heavy. Compared to the previous two TRU albums, The Truth only found minor success, peaking at #54 on the Billboard 200, #15 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #2 on the Independent Albums. TRU Member, C-Murder only makes an appearance on one song due to his incarceration at the time. A Chopped and screwed version of the album mixed by Michael 5000 Watts was released on April 26, 2005.This text has been derived from The Truth (TRU album) on Wikipedia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License 3.0
TRU (The Real Untouchables) was an American hip hop group from Richmond to New Orleans, which originally consisted of Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, King George, Big Ed, Cali G, Sonya C, Chilee Powdah and Milkman, before being shortened to just Master P, C-Murder and Silkk the Shocker. The group's first two releases, 1993's Who's Da Killer? and 1994's Understanding the Criminal Mind, were released independently through In-a-minute Records. In 1995, the group was shortened to include just the three Miller brothers and the trio released their third album True on No Limit Records, which was just getting started. It was followed by TRU 2 Da Game in 1997. In Silkk The Shocker's Charge It 2 Da Game it was revealed that a new TRU album was coming soon titled "Tru Niggaz". However, that album was never mentioned again and Da Crime Family was released in 1999. However by 2003 No Limit had fallen on hard times and was shut down. TRU returned in 2004 on Koch Records, released their sixth and final album, The Truth.
*Understanding the Criminal Mind (1992)
*Who's da Killer? (1993)
*TRU 2 Da Game (1997)
*Da Crime Family (1999)
*The Truth (2004)
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