I highly recommend this for the entire family. However, after checking out Ambassador's comeback on Xist and reading positive reviews here , I decided to give Truth one more shot. This servant of God has laid it all out on this project. The bad thing is people feel I hold on to way too much music lately. The Body of Christ is blessed to have, Da' T.
The lyrics are heart piercing and filled with the fundamentals of the faith. I can't wait till his next album drops. Da Truth has done it again. Just a word of caution: there was a misprint in the album track listing. Nate also shares how his perception changes the older he gets.
I gave it 4 stars only because there's no 4. It is truly a testament of God's grace and mercy towards us. The grind never stops for Trae Tha Truth. You will not be disappointed. The project is unlike any released by the artist before, compiling several unreleased tracks into a single release with a podcast series used to create additional conversation. It will bless your entire family with Christ focused lyrics and incredible music. The music demonstrates him as a true artist.
Overall, I definitely recommend this album. However, I found myself increasingly disappointed with Truth's work - to the extent that I'd only listen to a couple of tracks off each album, and fast forward through the majority of the rest. Brainwashed is hot, whole truth is tight, I ain't going back is good, but love the track with Amba. After all he's been through great job. The message was to the point. I really hate House music inspired tracks, but that's me Again in support of good artist, pure hip-hop from the soul and Gospel messages that speak about Forgiveness from the Creator, I must suggest that you download this album.
However beyond that solid tracks, and lyrics for the most part, maybe a little rusty, but still good. Manny pulls out all the stops with this offering in both lyrical content, hot beats, and true spirit that keeps you motivated to live every moment for God. That project served as a follow-up to his 2011 mixtape 48 Hours. This former outsider has found where he belongs and wants to inspire others around the globe to discover that same sense of purpose. My favorite songs are 2,3,6,8,9,11,12,13,14,15 and 16. He announced the project without much fanfare or singles and is moving on the strength of the music. The Houston rapper went on social media today To Drop His New album titled Tha Truth Part 3.
This album exceeds all the previous projects. I ain't going to lie. A good comeback with some decent tracks, but I have no idea what that techno hip-hop track is. I realize he may not be perfect, but that doesn't disqualify you from being used to get the message across. We endeavor to grab the best stories from the previous week and give them to you every Monday. At just 19 years old, the Florida native has been writing songs for nearly a decade and producing since he was 14, pursuits he takes very seriously.
At the end of June, he put out a 12-track mixtape called Another 48 Hours. Just work, work, work and work. This album seems to be personal to Da Truth and it only enhances the quality of it. I've been a fan of Da' T. The lyrics highlight the importance of God and His greatness.
There is just something about his style that really captivates me. He has produced yet another great album. If you were like me, and found Truth's later efforts lacking, I encourage you to take a fresh look at him with The Whole Truth. . Part 4 is a bit more layered in the sense that the message can be interpreted through the production just as much as the lyrical illustration. Yep, that's basically the whole album,lol.