Augusta, Georgia, USA
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Truez is an up coming artist out of Augusta, GA. He is gearing up for the release of his new project "Damn My Lifetime" which is coming later this year.


Name: Brandon Ty'ree Truesdale

Birthday: October 18, 1991 Place of Birth: Newark, New Jersey Current Residence: Augusta, Georgia

Stage Name: Truez; pronounced \'trz\; for example: true and add a z at the end of true

Origin of Name: T.R.U.E.Z.; The Realest U Ever Slept On (Z; as in zzz's (sleeping)), also last name; Truesdale/Truez

Genre: Hip-hop/Rap; Lyricist

Status: Active; currently unsigned/independent

Something to Read (short Bio)

To many fans of music, true hip-hop can be defined as that feeling you get while listening to classic hip-hop of the 80's and early to late 90's. Where subject matter and lyrical content actually counted for something or at least to many, appreciated. It is hip-hop in it's rawest and most purest form, that when taken in, takes your mind and soul to a higher/euphoric level in a sense. If not from the rapper's delivery and style then from the knowledge being bestowed upon the listener. You can easily find yourself getting lost in both the style, story, and word play in each lyricist. From great story tellers like Tupac, Nas, Q-Tip, Common, the Fugees, and Biggie, they all spoke on real life subject matter from their perspective both raw and uncut but yet so artistic and poetic. They all rapped about real life issues pertaining to the come up, personal relationships, and the struggles of new found fame in many instances. Brandon Truez Truesdale is no different. Born on October 18, 1991 in Newark, New Jersey, Truez is the true definition of a 90's baby. After bouncing around the east coast, calling places like New Jersey, Virginia, and Atlanta his home, Truez was quickly exposed to different styles of music in different regions, gaining an appreciation and respect to every variation of hip-hop he was exposed to. Truez began rapping in 2004, after remaking a comedic version of How We Do by the Game and 50 Cent. He rapped the entire song to his classmates off of handheld tape recorder he took from his older brother the night before. He received rave reviews from his classmates in attendance. After being encouraged by his friend and fellow classmate, Truez decided to keep remaking G-Unit records. After remaking numerous records, he quickly began to gain popularity for his new found talent. To further his quest to become a better emcee and student of the game, he purchased and studied the likes of NWA, Nas, Jay-Z, Tupac, and Eminem. Truez would later link up with fellow classmate and rapper Tony TONE Johnson at West Side High School in Augusta, Georgia. They quickly began recording tracks together and competing and winning numerous talent and open mic showcases. Tony and Truez even opened up for nationally signed recording artists. Tony would eventually leave Augusta, Georgia to pursue other endaveours forcing Truez to pursue a solo career after working with Tony for years. In 2013, after working with Julian Bell of the Delta Force, after years of developmental work, and getting assistance from fellow in house producer/manager David Tudor and business manager Aaron Grossman, he was finally able to realize his dream and put together his first major solo project entitled, 1991: American Rebel Tales (or simply known as ART91). ART91 was produced by Delta Force (Julian Bell and David Tudor), J.I. (Johnny Irvin), and Butla Beats (Josh Butler). The project is completed and it is scheduled to be released in the summer of 2013, with the hopes of garnering many new fans, exposure, and accolades. So remember the name Truez!


Current Project/Promotion: Mixtape/Album Title: 1991: American Rebel Tales (or simply known as, ART91)

Contributors: Delta Force, J.I., Butla Beats

influences: 50 Cent, Fabolous, Jay-Z, Tupac, Nas, Biggie, Lauryn Hill, and Erykah Badu (in no order)

check out Truez first single off 1991 ART Pharaoh Skin (Only Black In The Room) Directed by GT Films on Youtube and World Star Hip Hop