While awaiting a retrial for the 2002 shooting of a teenager, Corey "C. Miller" Miller will release TRU Story: Continued, a special new CD/DVD limited-edition release.
The CD/DVD combo includes the original album, The Truest S*** I Ever Said, as well as, 5 previously unreleased studio tracks.
Additionally, the new release also contains a 60-minute DVD documentary hosted by B.G. that features videos and behind-the-scenes footage.
Directed by New Orleans native Will Horton, the DVD is highlighted with "Y'all Heard Of Me," the controversial 2005 video that Miller shot while incarcerated inside a New Orleans jail.
Miller was sentenced to full time house arrest last month by Louisiana state Judge Martha Sassone, after he allegedly attended a Hurricane Katrina documentary premiere in New Orleans, after his 10 PM curfew.
Miller was convicted of second-degree murder in Jan. 2002 for the shooting death of 16-year-old Steven Thomas, after an argument inside of the now defunct Platinum Club in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
In Feb. 2006, the Louisiana Supreme Court overturned Miller's murder conviction and ordered a new trial, after it was discovered that prosecutors had withheld evidence from Miller's defense team.
A date has not been set for the retrial of the rapper.
C. Miller's TRU Story: Continued is set to arrive in stores on October 17 via Koch Records.