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  • Audio CD (February 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B00063MBW6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Conte on February 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well, I'll be the first to admit that No Limit went way downhill when they signed with Universal and became the "New" No Limit... but they finally brought it back with T.R.U. "The Truth."

The record features Master P, Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder & new comer Halleluyah, all represting the TRU clique. But P definitely brought the whole army up for this one including Afficial, and a slew of new artists Yougi, Jazz, C-Los, Blak, Mr. Stra, etc.

First thing's first... P finally brought a producer with him that knows what he's doing. This cat called Drumma Boy wound up producing 14 tracks on the record. It's the first time since Beats by the Pound left in '99 that any No Limit producer's been able to bring it back to the streets and create that hard, gritty, edgy sound that No Limit was famous for in the mid and late 90's. The result is probably the hardest hitting, darkest, street oriented record No Limit's had in years, probably since Beats by the Pound left.

C-Murder's got a new joint called "Stressin'" produced by Bass Heavy where C's rapping about getting caught up in the criminal lifestyle and Bass Heavy takes it back to the roots of No Limit, adding the dirty south flavor with a little west coast influence.

It would've been nice to hear more from C, but the one track is understandable since he's in prison and all of the tracks he has he's going to use for his own record "The Truest !@#$ I Ever Said" which comes out March 22.

Anyhow. Even Master P and Silkk sound respectable again... heck, more than respectable. They're rapping with legitimate passion and a flare. Halleluyah earned his stripes here too. Haven't heard a damn thing from him before this, but he's tight. He brings it and probably steals the show lyrically.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By castor troy on April 8, 2005
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I've read all these reviews but Master P is lucky to have a track producer like drumma on his side. I know those boys Torcha,The Kanivas,Drumma and Hallelujah. They,ve been killing tracks for some time now. Torcha has been doin fire mixes ever since I've known him but like some one replied you didn't hear much of him in the TRU Album well I can tell ya that him and Drumma did Welcome to N O and the song with Yogi and Jaz from the kanivas. They were a group in Slidell and I know there still together cause I copped the Dell Bound mix tape. Pop you head in slidell and check out the talent. If Master P was smart hed snatch the whole camp up and let them take over .With Torchas qaulity and Drummas beats No Limit would sail over the competition. You need to find thier underground work......P no offence but to roll with Drumma you need to up your game but you definetly hung in there and we are backing you 100% Its time you made a come back... We miss ya old style and I believe Torcha and Drumma will get ya there the next couple of albums I bet we see a change...peace out N.O.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Strauss on July 22, 2005
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A refreshing excape from the crappy commercial direction in which rap is going. A great showcase of excellent beats and shocking, real lyrics. In this album, you will hear Master P, one of the richest entertainers on the planet, declare his brother's innocence, claiming that he knows who really did it, but refuses to "snitch." Putting that in a song wouldn't make much sense if it weren't true, so it certainly raises some questions--especially when considering the obsession with 'being real' to which C Murder himself has become a slave.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Viper on December 3, 2005
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This is one of the best No Limit albums I've heard since The Ice Cream Man. It's also straight street with no poppish or commericial joints on here. No Limit is underrated these days and I hope they can find a better distributor than Koch soon, so they can get the recognition they deserve. This is one of the year's best albums and a possible come back for No Limit.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on April 7, 2005
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The New No Limit finally drops something that is worth hearing. After all those long years of hopeless tries from Master P and his New No Limit camp, they finally put together something reminiscient of No Limit's heyday. This is the best album from No Limit in a while...about 99. That's six years people...a very long time in the music industry. I give props to Master P for keeping at it when it seemed like everyone in the world (including me) begged him to retire. The New No Limit group TRU which consists of Afficial ( I believe), Hallelujah, and Master P has changed. No longer is he rapping alongside brothers Silkk The Shocker and C-Murder. C-Murder is doing his time ( get his new solo album too!) and Silkk...well lets just say it's a good thing he was replaced. Silkk and C still rap on the album though.

The new soldiers Afficial and Hallelujah actually have some skills. They definitely have a lot of talent and could catapult the New No Limit back into prominence. Master P even drops some hot rhymes reminiscient of his Ghetto Dope and Ice Cream Man days. The beats on this album are really great. I'm for real I mean REALLY great. Every song is bumping. Drumma Boy, who produced most of the album, has true skills; he's a pro for sure. The beats are bangin. My favorite songs include Hood & Street, Go Off, Shake It, Stressin, Photo Book, Street Army, Drama, Squeeze and Here We Come. My favorite song on the album is Welcome To New Orleans; definitely a classic for now and all times with classic verses from Hallelujah and an exceptional beat.

On This Album, No Limit finally sounds rejuvenated. Energy is present in the lyrics, flows, and beats just as they were when No Limit was in their prime.
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