Open Book

Open Book
Open Book
Studio album by Da’ T.R.U.T.H.
Released July 10, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Christian hip hop
Label Cross Movement Records
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Da’ T.R.U.T.H. chronology
The Faith
(2005)
Open Book
(2007)

Open Book is the third solo album from Christian hip hop artist Da’ T.R.U.T.H., released on July 10, 2007. It debuted 2 in the Billboard/Soundscan Gospel Chart, 1 on the Soundscan Christian Hip Hop Chart and ranked in the Top-8 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel Album Chart. At the same time, the album's current single "Who Am I?" featuring Tye Tribbett debuted #9 on HipHopRnBSoul.com's Top 10 Hip-Hop Songs, as the only Gospel song on the chart, sandwiched between Kanye West's "Can't Tell Me Nothin'" and 50 Cent's "Amusement Park." More recently, while the song has received a Stellar Award nomination for "Urban/Inspirational Single or Performance of the Year" and "Music Video of the Year", it has also been nominated for a 2008 GMA Award in the category of "Rap/Hip-Hop Recorded Song". The album has received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. The album also earned a Stellar Award in the "Rap/Hip hop Gospel CD of the year" category.

Music videos

A music video for the song "Who Am I?" featuring Tye Tribbett emerged from the project early in 2007. It can be found on YouTube, GodTube, or Rapzilla.com. A music video is also said to be in the works for the song "That Great Day".

Track listing

# Title Time
1. "Intro" 2:12
2. "Who Am I?" (feat. Tye Tribbett) 4:11
3. "Man Up" (feat. John Wells the Tonic) 4:27
4. "Star Struck" (feat. The Ambassador) 3:05
5. "Price Tag" (feat. Trip Lee) 5:09
6. "13/30 Interlude" 0:47
7. "13/30" (feat. Twyse) 3:41
8. "Every Day" (feat. Tia Pittman) 4:22
9. "Why I Do" 4:19
10. "That Great Day" (feat. Donnie McClurkin & Tye Tribbett) 4:30
11. "I Need You" (feat. Izzy) 4:40
12. "Open Book" 5:34
13. "Rose Interlude 1:30
14. "Rose" (feat. Lisa McClendon) 6:50
15. "Click (No Regrets)" 5:05
16. "Fig Tree" 1:27
17. "Outro" 0:49

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