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Tru Life
Tru York

Since signing to Roc La Familia last year, Tru Life has been a hot topic of conversation on both corners and barbershops. Now the volatile Boricua, who first found fame after he shook down Mobb Deep on the Beef DVD, has picked a new crew of rappers to terrorize. According to Tru, the riff between him and the Diplomats started after Jim Jones took offense to Tru’s street single “The New, New York.” In an effort to air ’em all out and take some cheap shots in the process, the Lower East Side Manhattanite recorded the highly entertaining Tru York, ...

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