Tru, the rap supergroup formed by Master P and his brothers C-Murder and Silkk the Shocker, will see its debut album, "Da Crime Family," debut at number five on next week's "Billboard" album chart.The trio gathered in its native New Orleans last weekend to shoot a video for the track "Hoody Hoo." The clip cost $1.5 million, and its special effects, apparently, are what drove the bill up so high. As Master P revealed, a lot of the action was inspired by one of this year's biggest blockbuster movies. "Me, C, and Silkk, we're gonna be in those same three chairs that they had in 'The Matrix,'" Master P explained to MTV News. "I mean, we're going back into time, we're going to the future. There's a lot of special effects. We'll be walking on buildings, we'll be jumping off stuff, we'll be doing karate. You know, a lot of stuff that you don't normally see in a lot of other videos, and you know, we'll be 'Hoody Hoo.'" [RealVideo] As we reported on Monday, Master P set aside some time during his combination homecoming/video shoot to throw a block party for the residents of the New Orleans neighborhood where he grew up (see "Master P Throws Party For New Orleans Neighborhood").