Touching interview with C-Murder when he was on house arrest awaiting trial.
Your fans really supported you while you were away. Did you expect the loyalty?
I was hoping for it, ya heard me? I always had that thought in the back of my head that they might not. But they did. I knew I had to put an album out for ‘em when I was locked up, to show appreciation for my peeps.
What’s up with TRU Records?
We’re jumping off with my first solo album Screamin’ 4 Vengeance. After that, we got the whole team ready in the studio – Sosa, Tomeka, Junie B, G Dinero. We got our own production team. We got a whole movement poppin’ off. Ya heard me?
What’s the update on your second book?
My second book is called Street Glory. I’m basing it in New Orleans. It’s about dealing with corrupt police and officials. It’s a lot of hustling and slangin’ going on in the hood but it’s got a real strong message that everybody should pay attention to. I can’t really give the details out ‘cause a lot of homies will snatch that up and run with it. That’s coming out in April under my own publishing company – TRU Publishing. Next month we got Jacki-O’s album dropping called Grown & Gangsta. TRU Publishing is doing they thing.
Do you think that police target rappers?
Oh yeah. There’s definitely Hip Hop cops. They’re coming with a lot of negativity towards rappers. They pointing a lot of fingers at us like we need to change the world but it ain’t our job. We’re generating a lot of honest money in this business so I don’t really understand where this is coming from. Read more…