TruCarr Drops ‘Based On A TRU Story’ Mixtape + ‘Bout Mine’ Video feat. Sada Baby

TruCarr Drops 'Based On A TRU Story' Mixtape + 'Bout Mine' Video feat. Sada Baby

Today, rising Watts rapper TruCarr releases his debut mixtape ‘Based On A TRU Story‘ on 100 Entertainment/eOne. With his distinctive raspy Southern twang (from his Louisiana mother and grandmother), LA swag (from an upbringing in Nickerson Gardens), and his refreshingly tell it like it is style and witty wordplay, TruCarr has quickly become one of rap’s unique talents.

After receiving notoriety for his Young California certified banger “Outside”, TruCarr recruits producers BongoByTheWay, Scum Beatz, and Pressplayy for his follow-up 12-track mixtape with features from Blueface, Sada Baby, Rich The Kid, G Perico, Bankroll Freddie, and Hardini.

Based On A TRU Story‘ Tracklisting:

  1. Watts Up
  2. Up Wit It featuring Bankroll Freddie
  3. Outside (Remix) featuring Blueface
  4. Bout Mine featuring Sada Baby
  5. Slide featuring Kiddo Curry
  6. Yeah
  7. Lose My Mind featuring Rich The Kid
  8. She Got That featuring Hardini
  9. What I See featuring G Perico
  10. All Me featuring Jxst Mikeyy
  11. Ghetto featuring Coyote
  12. How We Coming

TruCarr states, “I started off like I wasn’t going to tell anybody any fake shit. I’m going to keep it 100 and I’m talking about my life, so it’s ‘Based On A TRU Story’. Basically, whatever you go through, keep going! Cause I done been through a lot of shit. My daughter passed away at 3 months after going through 13 surgeries. That’s who’s tatted on my neck. She’s my motivation.”

Along with the mixtape release, TruCarr is also debuting a haunting LouieKnows-directed the music video for his cautionary tale “Bout Mine” featuring Sada Baby. TruCarr advises, “Can’t tell nobody shit when they need it cuz they don’t care. Where I’m from, if you ain’t from there, don’t go there.”

Additional visuals from the project include TruCarr’s rallying hometown anthem “Watts Up”, the melodic and trippy “Lose My Mind” featuring Rich The Kid, fiery party-starter “She Got That” featuring Hardini, and the bruising “Up Wit It” featuring Bankroll Freddie.

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