T.I. hasn't even dropped his new record yet, but while the world waits to hear 'Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head' when it drops on Dec. 18, he's already moved on to his next record -- a 'Trouble Man' sequel.
Rapper T.I. is back with a confessional song called 'Sorry,' which features fellow Atlanta rhyme-slinger Andre 3000. On the song, the King of the South is not apologetic about some of the mistakes that he has made in the past.
He might be an internationally known solo artist now, but OutKast's Big Boi is still an Atlanta native at heart -- and judging from his latest single, the hometown anthem 'In the A,' he still really likes big brass sections, too.
Rapper T.I. is taking fans back to the Blaxploitation Era with his cover art of his upcoming album 'Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head.' The Atlanta rhyme-spitter is looking very mack-ish while holding a gun his hand.
T.I. holds a gun again on the album cover of 'Trouble Man' 2012. The Atlanta emcee has turned his failures into success since his long run ins with the law. After going to jail twice over gun and drug charges, T.I. emerges from the ashes triumphantly.
Two of Kanye West's most talked-about songs of 2012 have been remixed for your listening pleasure. The RZA just released an alternate version of Yeezy's 'White Dress' track from the 'The Man with the Iron Fist' soundtrack, while T.I. spit a freestyle on Ye's song 'Clique' from 'Cruel Summer.'
Get ready for your speakers to get blown out with B.o.B's new song, 'We Still in This B----' featuring T.I. and Juicy J. The bass-heavy banger will appear on Bobby Ray's upcoming mixtape 'F--- 'Em We Ball,' which will be available on Nov. 15.
In case you missed it, you can watch T.I.'s VH1 Behind The Music full episode. In the new episode, T.I. revealed his life success and failures. It has been three years since the first T.I. Behind The Music episode aired but not its time for him to update us.
We all know that T.I. is a loving father, dedicated actor and a helluva rapper ... but a guardian angel? That's what Creed frontman Scott Stapp calls him after Tip saved his life following a botched suicide attempt.
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