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TRU

Background information
Also known as The Real Untouchables
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana
Richmond, California
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1992 - 2005
Labels No Limit, Priority, Koch
Associated acts Beats By the Pound, E-A-Ski, UGK
Former members
Master P
C-Murder
Silkk The Shocker
Mia X
Big Ed (deceased)
Challi-G
Chilee Powdah
King George
Sonya C
Milk Man

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 and Da Crime Family in 1999. However by 2003 No Limit had fell on hard times and was shut down. TRU returned in 2004 on Koch Records, released their sixth and final album, The Truth.

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Discography

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Studio Albums

Year Album Chart Positions RIAA certifications[1]
US US R&B
1993 Who's Da Killer?
1994 Understanding the Criminal Mind
1995 True 25
1997 Tru 2 da Game 8 2 2x Platinum
1999 Da Crime Family 5 2 Gold
2005 The Truth 54 15
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or not released

Compilations

Year Album Chart Positions
US R&B
2005 The Best of TRU 91

Singles

Year Single Chart positions [1] Album
U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap
1997 "I Always Feel Like (Somebody's Watching Me)" (featuring Mia X & Mo B. Dick) 71 42 11 Tru 2 da Game
1999 "Hoody Hooo" 31 Da Crime Family
"Tru Homies" (featuring O'Dell) 61 6

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