T.I. is venturing outside of hip-hop for one of the records on his upcoming album Trouble Man. The King of the South has revealed a collaboration with Pink.
Tip caught up with his rebellious pop counterpart during his visit to “The View” on Wednesday.
“Just ran into my patna @Pink at #TheView … SHE ROCKS!!! *Spoiler Alert* Shes featured on #TroubleMan,” he tweeted of the “Blow Me” singer, whose album The Truth About Love was released this week.
Due December 18, Trouble Man will also feature collaborations with André 3000, Cee Lo Green, R. Kelly, Lil Wayne, and A$AP Rocky.
“I think it’s a lot more urban than Paper Trail, and less apologetic than No Mercy,” Tip told Rap-Up.com of the follow-up to his 2010 album, which will include production from Pharrell, No I.D., DJ Toomp, T-Minus, and Rico Love. “I think it’s more diversified than T.I. vs. T.I.P. though. It’s got a lotta heart, it’s got a lotta edge. It’s a creative album. It’s probably harder than most of the shit that’s coming out right now.”
Earlier this week, he leaked one of the records, “Trap Back Jumpin’,” during his appearance on “The Angie Martinez Show.”
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