|Studio album by|
|Released||July 25, 1995|
|Genre||Gangsta Rap, G-funk|
|Label||No Limit Records, Priority Records|
|Producer||Beats By the Pound & Produced by Larry D. Henderson|
True is the third studio album released by rap group, TRU. It was released on July 25, 1995 for No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound & Larry D. Henderson [ citation needed ]. This was the group's first major released after two independent albums and it managed to make it to #25 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #14 on the Top Heatseekers.
|2.||"Last Dance" (C-Murder & Master P featuring Mia X)||4:31|
|3.||"That's How We Break Bread" (Master P & King George Featuring C-Bo)||3:28|
|4.||"Mobbin Through My Hood" (Master P, Silkk The Shocker, C-Murder, Big Ed & King George)||3:36|
|5.||"Living That Life" (Master P & Silkk The Shocker featuring Carmen Taylor)||4:40|
|6.||"Another Day, Another Dollar" (Master P & Silkk The Shocker)||4:00|
|7.||"Watch Your Ass" (Skit)||1:06|
|8.||"Walk Like A Killer" (Master P, Silkk The Shocker & King George)||4:58|
|10.||"Anything Goes" (Master P, Silkk The Shocker, Big Ed & King George)||3:21|
|11.||"I'm Bout' It, Bout It" (Master P featuring Mia X)||5:30|
|12.||"Fuck Them Hoes" (Master P & Silkk The Shocker featuring Mia X)||4:44|
|13.||"Ain't No Glock-Produced by Larry D. Henderson" (C-Murder & Master P)||2:49|
|14.||"Rev Do Wrong" (Skit)||1:48|
|15.||"TRU Playaz" (Master P & Silkk The Shocker, Big Ed & King George featuring Mr. Serv-On)||4:41|
|16.||"Would You Take a Bullet for Your Homie?-Co-Produced by Larry D. Henderson" (Master P, Silkk The Shocker & Big Ed)||4:49|
|17.||"3 Strikes" (Master P & King George featuring Tobin Casten)||2:53|
|18.||"Keep It Jumping" (Master P & Big Ed)||4:17|
|19.||"Keep It All Good-Produced by Larry D. Henderson" (Master P & Silkk The Shocker)||5:56|
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