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"Sorry: Introducing Tru Skyy"

In one of my previous posts, I shared the music genius, MrRaDap, and his latest project, The R&B Project Volume 1. Featured on that project was “Perfect Harmony” and “Good On That,” both tracks by a new artist by the name of Tru Skyy. “Good On That” definitely has a very unique acquired sound, but “Perfect Harmony” has the ability to make your heart melt with every note. It’s amazing the way his voice is the perfect blend of softness and ruggedness, but what stands out to me is how his sound has a mysterious tone to it. With every listen, the mysteriousness in his voice always leaves me wanting for more.

Recently I was introduced to 2 new tracks from this promising artist’s EP Mixed Emotions, one of which was “Sorry”. As I’d mentioned in a previous post, this is another song that will be added to my “music crack” playlist. It speaks of a man that did wrong to his lady and is apologizing in hopes of getting her back. Of course different scenarios end with different results, but if he sang this to me……I think yall know the rest. Call me a pushover if you want, but my ears are suckers for being seduced and/or crooned. I’m not sure of who Tru Skyy’s lady friend is or if he has one, but girrrlll..you better watch out if you’re trying to be stern when he starts singing this one!



I’m sure many of you, especially my Twitter followers and frequent readers, are more than familiar than Mr. Man. Some know and some don’t, but Mr. Man has died. Not the person that was Mr. Man, but the character himself is no longer. Mr. Man was less than perfect, but who I thought his imperfections were perfect for me. I thought we had the potential to make our blissful relationship last for a while. Well I guess we’re not right all the time to say the least. He ended “us” with little to no reason and it came out of far left field. I was completely broken. I felt like someone had died, and in a sense, someone had died. Not only the character he had formed, but a part of me – the part that I had given to him, the part I had given to our relationship and a part of my heart. Unfortunately, I can never get that back. I cried and cried until I couldn’t cry anymore. Instead of turning to a friend, I closed myself off to the world; and in turn, a friend turned to me. He had recently experienced the same thing and did exactly what I needed – just let me cry. Let me release the hurt and the pain, so it wouldn’t stay trapped inside of me. To this day, I think I would still be angry if it wasn’t for him (Shoutout to Blueberry Muffins; love ya hun).

Though I’ve accepted that it happened, I still haven’t accepted that we’re completely over. I haven’t talked to him since then, my calls/emails remain unanswered and his pictures are still in frames. I guess I’m still waiting on him to have a change of thought. The possibility of which becomes dimmer by the day, but I still wonder what the conversation would be like when/if Mr. Man does return. I hope he would be as apologetic as Tru Skyy. As he admits in the song, he’s hurt his love interest, what he did was wrong and he wants to make things right. Will Tru Skyy transcend and bring my Mr. Man back to life? Only time will tell.



Some of the new artists that I’ve blogged, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Tru Skyy, though we haven’t met, thank you for being one of those artists that make music that I can relate to. Tracks like “Sorry” definitely help hard times go by a little more smoothly. His mixtape entitled DoubleMinded will be released on January 1st, 2011 and can be found on DatPiff.com, LiveMixtapes & of course one of my favorites, RaDapMusiQ.com. He’s easy on the eyes, easy on the ears & is giving a gift on New Year’s Day. How could you not adore his talent?

.Love&Music. - Mind of Amnezia


"Sorry: Introducing Tru Skyy"

In one of my previous posts, I shared the music genius, MrRaDap, and his latest project, The R&B Project Volume 1. Featured on that project was “Perfect Harmony” and “Good On That,” both tracks by a new artist by the name of Tru Skyy. “Good On That” definitely has a very unique acquired sound, but “Perfect Harmony” has the ability to make your heart melt with every note. It’s amazing the way his voice is the perfect blend of softness and ruggedness, but what stands out to me is how his sound has a mysterious tone to it. With every listen, the mysteriousness in his voice always leaves me wanting for more.

Recently I was introduced to 2 new tracks from this promising artist’s EP Mixed Emotions, one of which was “Sorry”. As I’d mentioned in a previous post, this is another song that will be added to my “music crack” playlist. It speaks of a man that did wrong to his lady and is apologizing in hopes of getting her back. Of course different scenarios end with different results, but if he sang this to me……I think yall know the rest. Call me a pushover if you want, but my ears are suckers for being seduced and/or crooned. I’m not sure of who Tru Skyy’s lady friend is or if he has one, but girrrlll..you better watch out if you’re trying to be stern when he starts singing this one!



I’m sure many of you, especially my Twitter followers and frequent readers, are more than familiar than Mr. Man. Some know and some don’t, but Mr. Man has died. Not the person that was Mr. Man, but the character himself is no longer. Mr. Man was less than perfect, but who I thought his imperfections were perfect for me. I thought we had the potential to make our blissful relationship last for a while. Well I guess we’re not right all the time to say the least. He ended “us” with little to no reason and it came out of far left field. I was completely broken. I felt like someone had died, and in a sense, someone had died. Not only the character he had formed, but a part of me – the part that I had given to him, the part I had given to our relationship and a part of my heart. Unfortunately, I can never get that back. I cried and cried until I couldn’t cry anymore. Instead of turning to a friend, I closed myself off to the world; and in turn, a friend turned to me. He had recently experienced the same thing and did exactly what I needed – just let me cry. Let me release the hurt and the pain, so it wouldn’t stay trapped inside of me. To this day, I think I would still be angry if it wasn’t for him (Shoutout to Blueberry Muffins; love ya hun).

Though I’ve accepted that it happened, I still haven’t accepted that we’re completely over. I haven’t talked to him since then, my calls/emails remain unanswered and his pictures are still in frames. I guess I’m still waiting on him to have a change of thought. The possibility of which becomes dimmer by the day, but I still wonder what the conversation would be like when/if Mr. Man does return. I hope he would be as apologetic as Tru Skyy. As he admits in the song, he’s hurt his love interest, what he did was wrong and he wants to make things right. Will Tru Skyy transcend and bring my Mr. Man back to life? Only time will tell.



Some of the new artists that I’ve blogged, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. Tru Skyy, though we haven’t met, thank you for being one of those artists that make music that I can relate to. Tracks like “Sorry” definitely help hard times go by a little more smoothly. His mixtape entitled DoubleMinded will be released on January 1st, 2011 and can be found on DatPiff.com, LiveMixtapes & of course one of my favorites, RaDapMusiQ.com. He’s easy on the eyes, easy on the ears & is giving a gift on New Year’s Day. How could you not adore his talent?

.Love&Music. - Mind of Amnezia


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"Ascension" April 2, 2013

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Born in Nurnberg, Germany and now residing in Atlanta, Georgia it is only natural that Tru Skyy reaches international success as an entertainer. Tru's passion for music and people is apparent in the lyrics to his songs; the production of his music; and the way he interacts with an audience.

When indulging your ear to the pleasure of Tru's music you will be introduced to the perfect combination of R&B, Neo-Soul, Pop with a hint of Hip-Hop that can be appreciated by music lovers of any demographic. Tru is a graduate of Full Sail University where he completed a degree in Recording Arts, as a student at Full Sail he gained discipline that carries over into the quality of work he produces in every studio session.

As a writer, producer, singer, arranger, engineer and dancer Tru Skyy is defiantly an Artist that is considered much more than a Triple Threat. The world of music and its true lovers will sincerely appreciate the refreshing sounds of Tru Skyy. Real music that resonates in your soul!