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Have you completely delved into the depths of you? The Chicago emcee, T.R.U.T.H has made it a point to not only expose her own demons through masterful lyricism, but create a dimension free of facades and artificiality. T.R.U.T.H enters her own darkness to find the Light within. Using brutal honesty, self-empowering messages, along with a captivating stage presence, she keeps her audience at attention. Speaking on tough subjects like patriarchy, politics, police brutality and sexuality it is safe to say T.R.U.T.H is not for the faint of heart. She proudly boasts about melanated women, nappy hair, full lips and curves prompting ladies of similar descriptions to love themselves. Referring to herself as a "Black Girl Genius" (term coined by her college professor, Dr. Ruth Nicole Brown) T.R.U.T.H wants all her sistas to feel free to express their genius in all their illustrious forms. Not only a skilled wordsmith, T.R.U.T.H adds art activist to her title by using Hip Hop workshops to teach the youth about creativity, self-expression and freedom. Hip Hop as a culture should be proud to have such a dynamic force speak on its behalf. T.R.U.T.H is a take-control, no-holds-barred wordsmith, art activist and musician. Love is her ingredient of choice that the world is sure to want more of. The universal language of HipHop coupled with her love-centered philosophy allows T.R.U.T.H to reach the core of anyone brave enough to listen.