(AllHipHop News) Roberto “Tru Life” Rosado Jr. is finally home after serving over 7 years in prison for murder, manslaughter, and assault. The Lower East Side rapper was once part of Jay Z’s Roc-A-Fella Records where he famously beefed with fellow New Yorkers Mobb Deep and Dipset.
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Power 105’s DJ Prostyle spoke with Tru Life after his release. The “Watch Me Fall” performer still showed love to Jay and his new label.
“I got all type of things getting ready to go down. It’s definitely going down like a 747 with no gas,” replied Tru Life when asked if new music was on the way. “Shout out to the whole Roc Nation, my boy Jay Z.”
Tru also revealed he plans to release a documentary about his life. According to the Tru York mixtape creator, HBO and other networks are in talks to broadcast the film.
Listen to Tru Life’s interview below.