The King’s album title has officially been caged. Following his 11-month prison sentence, T.I. has decided to change the name of his forthcoming album.
The rapper’s seventh studio effort, previously titled King Uncaged, will now be called No Mercy. “It ain’t King Uncaged no more. We had to change the title,” he told Hot 107.9’s Rickey Smiley.
The project was originally set for release in August and was delayed so he could promote his No. 1 film Takers. This occurred prior to his arrest for felony drug possession in Los Angeles in September. He has since been sentenced to 11 months behind bars for violating his probation, but was not charged for the drug offenses.
Tip previously told Rap-Up.com that he had recorded over 100 songs and had to narrow them down to 14 which will make the final cut. He shared his struggles with Chris Brown on “Get Back Up,” one of the songs expected to appear on No Mercy.
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