Too Bad to Be True, or TBTBT, was a Canadian hip hop group active in the 1990s. They were best known for their 1993 album One Track Mind, which won the Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year at the Juno Awards of 1994.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, the group consisted of teenagers Jeromy "Lyric J" Robinson, Shaka "DJ Shaka" Dodd, Al "Al C" Cox, and Frankie "MC Styles" Scarcelli. The album was released on ISBA Records in Canada and Cold Chillin’/ Warner Bros. Records internationally. The group received significant video airplay on MuchMusic for the album's title track, but consistently with the commercial struggles faced by Canadian hip hop at the time, received almost no commercial radio airplay in Canada outside of the Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal markets.