Trae Tha Truth Shares His Most Important Collaborations On "Tha Truth"

Posted by , Jul 27, 2015 at 11:35am

Trae Tha Truth speaks on the many collaborations on his new album, "Tha Truth."


On Friday, Trae Tha Truth delivered a pretty big body of work, Tha Truth. The album was littered with rap-friend features across the 16 tracks, with Trae sparing no expense in star power. We heard the album on Thursday of last week, when it went up for streaming on SoundCloud.

With features coming from Future, Boosie, Rick Ross, Nipsey Hussle, Lil Bibby, Snootie Wild, Que, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, T.I., J. Cole, Kid Ink, Rich Homie Quan, and DeJ Loaf, we wanted to find out which collaborations were Trae's personal favorites. When he stopped by the office prior to the album's release, he laid out his five favorite tracks from Tha Truth. Consider this the essential listening for the Houston native's LP.

Trae names "Tricken Every Car I Get" with Boosie and Future, "Children of Men" featuring J. Cole and Ink, "Can't Feel You" also featuring Trae's own artist Ink and Dinky, "Doin Me" with Nipsey Hussle and Lil Bibby, and finally, the fifth record he names is actually a solo cut called "Book of Life."

Watch the video above as he elaborates on each record in particular, as well as how he goes about doing collaborations.

Trae Tha Truth speaks on the many collaborations on his new album, "Tha Truth."

On Friday, Trae Tha Truth delivered a pretty big body of work, Tha Truth. The album was littered with rap-friend features across the 16 tracks, with Trae sparing no expense in star power. We heard the album on Thursday of last week, when it went up for streaming on SoundCloud.

With features coming from Future, Boosie, Rick Ross, Nipsey Hussle, Lil Bibby, Snootie Wild, Que, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, T.I., J. Cole, Kid Ink, Rich Homie Quan, and DeJ Loaf, we wanted to find out which collaborations were Trae's personal favorites. When he stopped by the office prior to the album's release, he laid out his five favorite tracks from Tha Truth. Consider this the essential listening for the Houston native's LP.

Trae names "Tricken Every Car I Get" with Boosie and Future, "Children of Men" featuring J. Cole and Ink, "Can't Feel You" also featuring Trae's own artist Ink and Dinky, "Doin Me" with Nipsey Hussle and Lil Bibby, and finally, the fifth record he names is actually a solo cut called "Book of Life."

Watch the video above as he elaborates on each record in particular, as well as how he goes about doing collaborations.

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