T.I.

May
6
New Music: T.I. f/ Jhené Aiko – ‘The Worst (Remix)’

T.I. and Jhené Aiko

T.I. is on his grind. In addition to dropping his DJ Toomp-produced song “Turn It,” the Hustle Gang chief has remixed Jhené Aiko’s Sail Out single “The Worst” as part of DJ MLK’s Goodnight Don’t Exist in ATL 4.

Tip draws on his own relationship experience as he responds to his scorned lover on the male-bashing record.

“Take to social media to try me / Puttin’ folk all in our B all on IG / I don’t believe it, I don’t wanna see it / Maybe I’ll wake up tomorrow, it’ll be deleted,” he raps.

The mixtape also includes Tip’s remixes to Que’s “Jungle Fever” and Yung Booke’s “Ain’t Gon Do It.”

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May
6
New Music: T.I. – ‘Turn It’

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T.I. reunites with Grammy-winning hitmaker DJ Toomp (“What You Know,” “Got Your Back”) for “Turn It.”

The King of the South turns up for the trap on the street banger off DJ MLK’s mixtape Goodnight Don’t Exist in ATL 4, which also features recent releases from 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Lil Boosie, Meek Mill, and more.

Last year, Tip signed a deal with Columbia Records and is readying his ninth album Paperwork with help from Timbaland and executive producer Pharrell.

Watch the “Turn It” trailer below.

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May
2
Video: Doe B f/ T.I. – ‘Homicide’

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T.I. continues to carry out the legacy of Doe B by premiering the video for their collaboration “Homicide,” which appears on his late protégé’s album D.O.A.T. 3 (Definition of a Trapper).

The four-minute clip features footage of the 22-year-old Alabama rapper, who was shot and killed last year, in the studio mixed with new footage of T.I.

Just last month, Tip dropped Doe B’s posthumous album featuring appearances from his Hustle Gang family including Trae Tha Truth and Young Dro.

T.I. recently made headlines of his own for rescuing a woman in a car accident. He helped the driver out of her wrecked SUV, but she was more excited to meet the rapper. Luckily, she was OK.

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May
1
Iggy Azalea Celebrates Album Success with T.I. and Nick Young

Nick Young, T.I., and Iggy Azalea

Fancy that. Iggy Azalea toasted the No. 3 debut of her album The New Classic with her team at a congratulatory dinner at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night.

The blonde superstar, who scored the highest-charting rap album by a female since Nicki Minaj in 2012, was joined by her boyfriend, Lakers star Nick Young, and her mentor T.I. They feasted on seafood, bone-in filet, and New York strip.

Iggy was presented with a custom New Classic cake and flowers from T.I., who penned a congratulatory note. “To da 1st lady of da Hustle Gang (chief-ette) lol. Still #1 in our book. Fuck whoever ain’t likin it!!!” wrote the Hustle Gang chief.

A grateful Iggy thanked her fans for their support. “If you purchased my music or requested my song, you made this happen for me,” she said. “Thank you guys for giving me this gift. Truly humbled.”

Check out more from the celebratory evening below.

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Apr
20
Pharrell Brings Out Jay Z, Usher, T.I., & Pusha T at Coachella

Jay Z and Pharrell

The stars once again aligned for Pharrell Williams. After sharing the stage with Gwen Stefani, Nelly, Diddy, and Snoop Dogg last weekend, the music mastermind stormed the desert with another star-studded set during Weekend 2 of Coachella.

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Apr
7
Video: Watch the Duck f/ T.I. – ‘Girlfriend??’

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T.I. takes over the club with Atlanta trio Watch the Duck in the video for their remix to “Girlfriend??” Tip plays bartender, serving rounds of shots to the ladies, while the wild night is captured on camera for an episode of “Cheaters.”

The original song can be found on Watch the Dutch’s Anatidaephobia EP.

The trapstep group is also featured on “100″ off Iggy Azalea’s debut The New Classic.

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Apr
4
T.I. Tackles Parenting, DeSean Jackson Controversy on ‘Arsenio’

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Fresh off the fourth season premiere of VH1′s “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle,” T.I. returned to “Arsenio,” but this time, the conversation was focused on fatherhood.

When asked how he’s dealing with his teenage daughters’ dating life, the father of six responded, “The government got all my guns now. … Prayer and patience.”

The Hustle Gang chief also dished out advice to his fellow parents in the audience and weighed in on DeSean Jackson’s controversial release from the Philadelphia Eagles for alleged gang connections.

“I don’t think he had any control over where he lived,” he said of the NFL star, who signed a $24 million deal with the Washington Redskins. “If he could have lived in Beverly Hills, I think he would back then.”

See Tip’s take on all this and more.

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