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True Master

True Master (born Derek Harris) is an American hip-hop producer and Wu-Tang affiliate.

On September 14, 2011, True Master was arrested at his Harlem apartment for escaping from a New York courthouse after being arraigned on charges of sexual assault.[1]

Contents

  • Production credits 1
    • 1993 1.1
    • 1995 1.2
    • 1996 1.3
    • 1997 1.4
    • 1998 1.5
    • 1999 1.6
    • 2000 1.7
    • 2001 1.8
    • 2002 1.9
    • 2003 1.10
    • 2004 1.11
    • 2005 1.12
    • 2007 1.13
    • 2008 1.14
    • 2009 1.15
    • 2010 1.16
    • 2013 1.17
  • Appearances as a rapper 2
    • 1993 2.1
    • 1995 2.2
    • 1997 2.3
    • 1998 2.4
    • 2006 2.5
    • 2008 2.6
    • 2010 2.7
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Production credits

1993

  • Guru presents Ill Kid Records (1993)
07. True Master - "Who's the Truest"
09. Fabidden - "Hi Energy"

1995

04. "Brooklyn Zoo" (Co-produced with Ol' Dirty Bastard)
04. Looking Through Darkness (featuring Mica Paris) (Produced by True Master and co-produced by Guru)
05. Medicine (featuring True Master and Ini Kamoze)

1996

09. "Fish" (featuring Cappadonna and Raekwon)
04. Method Man and Ricky Watters - "It's In The Game"

1997

07. The RZA - "Tragedy" (Produced by True Master and co-produced by RZA)
2-09. "The M.G.M."
2-13. "Heaterz" (featuring Cappadonna)
03. "Da Bomb"
08. "Pit of Snakes" (Produced by True Master and co-produced by RZA)
12. "Hidden Emotions" (featuring True Master)

1998

01. "Slang Editorial"
05. "Supa Ninjaz" (featuring U-God and Method Man)
07. "Splish Splash"
09. "Milk the Cow" (featuring Method Man)
10. "South of the Border"
12. "Dart Throwing" (featuring Raekwon and Method Man)
02. "One Step" (featuring Tekitha)
05. "Cross My Heart" (featuring Inspectah Deck and GZA)
11. "If You Don't Know" (featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard)
04. "Flaming Swords"
11. "Collaboration '98" (featuring True Master and Method Man)
14. "For The Lust of Money/The Grandz"
17. "Next Up" (featuring Method Man)
18. "Intellectuals" (featuring Raekwon and U-God)
04. "Dangerous Grounds" (featuring Street Life)
06. "Sweet Love" (featuring Cappadonna and Street Life)
08. "Torture"
16. "Party Crasher"
The version of this song that appears on the album is actually a remix by RZA. True Master provided the original beat, but it was later replaced. In an interview, Method Man expressed his wish to have the album released with the original True Master beat once all the copies of the first retail pressings were sold. The full instrumental of the original version of "Party Crasher" is available on a white label release of instrumentals from Tical 2000: Judgement Day.
17. "Grid Iron Rap" (featuring Street Life)
23. "Killin' Fields" (featuring Cho-Flo)

1999

12. "All In Together Now"
08. "Longevity" (featuring U-God)
11. "Lovin' You" (featuring La the Darkman)
13. "R.E.C. Room"
02. "Turbulence"
04. "Dat's Gangsta"

2000

05. Wu-Tang Clan - "The Abduction"
04. "Big Acts, Little Acts" (featuring GZA)

2001

03. Wu-Tang Clan - "What You In Fo'"
02. "Super Model" (featuring Ghostface Killah)
03. "Burn Baby Burn"
14. "Man Only Fears" (featuring ShoGun Assasson)
19. "Nightmare In A-Minor" (featuring 4th Disciple and Beretta 9)
08. Inspectah Deck, Leatha Face and U-God - "Rumble"
10. Leatha Face and U-God - "To The Rescue"
09. "La Rhumba" (featuring Method Man, Killa Sin and Beretta 9)
07. "Ya'll Been Warned"

2002

16. "Dangerous Language" (featuring RZA)
18. "Till It's Gone"

2003

11. "Slang Killaz" (featuring Killarmy)
05. "Fast Cars" (featuring Ghostface Killah)

2004

02. "Biscuits" (featuring Trife)
09. "Secret Rivals" (featuring Killah Priest and Method Man)
13. "Queen"
15. "Silverbacks" (featuring Inspectah Deck and GZA)

2005

12. "You Know What" (featuring Louis Farrakhan)

2007

12. "Damascus"

2008

3. "Alphabets"
9. "Paper Plates"
This track was wrongfully credited to The RZA but was confirmed being produced by True Master.[2]

2009

17. "Fat Lady Sings"
This track was wrongfully credited to The RZA but was confirmed being produced by True Master.[2]

2010

entire album
13. "Prince Of The Empire State"

2013

DISC 2

01. "The PWOWR (Problem Solver)" [co-produced by GZA & Shaolin Monks]

Appearances as a rapper

1993

  • Guru presents Ill Kid Records (1993)
07. True Master - "Who's the Truest"

1995

08. "Medicine" (featuring Ini Kamoze and True Master)


1997

12. "Hidden Emotions" (featuring True Master)

1998

11. "Collaboration '98" (featuring True Master and The Method Man)

2006

15. "Take Sword Part II" (featuring 60 Second Assassin)

2008

10. "Columbian Ties" (featuring True Master)

2010

07. "Knowledge Reigns Supreme" (featuring True Master)
19. "He's Us" (featuring True Master)

References

  1. ^ Wu-Tang Clan Producer is Sex Assault Suspect Who Escaped Court
  2. ^ a b Wu-International: Wu Elements Interview - True Master

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