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The womb in its simplest explanation is the inside of a woman that is the growth place of her unborn child. In a deeper explanation, it houses the development and creation of something special. True was raised in Brockton which is a rough town right outside of Boston. True has been very talented at many different things since a young age. He was an athlete, he was good with numbers, and he was able to draw. He enjoyed doing all of those things but none of them really helped define him as a person. He was always a big fan of music when he was growing up. His father told him that he used to play George Winston to him while he was still in his mother’s stomach but it wasn’t until his mid-20s that music evolved into something different for him.
True would say one of the birthplaces of his decision to create music was at a house party in 2009. There was a cypher going on and at the time nobody knew that he could rap. He surprisingly stepped up in a crowded living room and delivered some bars that made the whole room just stop and stare. Those bars were filled with so much emotion. It was like everything that he went through in his childhood was turned into a lyric that really connected with people. Everybody in the room was shocked and amazed and gave him plenty of compliments. At that time, True knew that he was on to something.
Fast forward two years to 2011. True has a neurological condition called Synesthesia. It causes him to see colors as soon as he hears music. As he started to create some music as an experiment to see his ability, he discovered that when he made songs, the harmonies he made would manifest themselves into colors. At the end of 2011, True moved to Atlanta and began working on his first project entitled Womb Aqua Blue Violet. The cover is a pregnant woman with headphones over her stomach which was inspired by the story from his father. Her hair is aqua, blue, and violet because those were the colors that True saw when he finished the project and listened to all the music. The production on the project is done by Fade Majah (from Cambridge, MA) and Roc & Mayne. The project features Finesse (Brockton native), Jae B, Allen Ritter, and skits with Charles Koech.
This is True’s first step in the direction of being the artist he wants to be and achieving his goals. The Womb Aqua Blue Violet project is great and all music fans can find something there that they love. Please be sure to check out and download his project.
Keep it locked to 889@NIGHT all week at Midnight to hear some songs from True off of the “Womb Aqua Blue Violet” project.
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