Like J.Cole and G-Unit, T.I. has written a song inspired by the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo.
“What I see us doing is just as futile as swinging wildly into the wind,waiting on the air to get tired,” T.I. wrote.
T.I. is set to join the Marvel Universe. But he’s more interested in speaking about things of this world.
T.I.’s upcoming album Paperwork: The Motion Picture is shaping up to be his most star-studded release yet.
Yes, an entire stage. T.I. is being sued by a rental company for stealing a stage last year.
Jeezy already let us hear Jay Z’s cameo on the title track (along with letting us know how choked up HOV got about it), but the record will also include T.I., YG, Rick Ross, the Game, Future and Lil’ Boosie.
Young Thug’s frictionless glide towards total dominance reached a new plateau last night.
T.I. kicked off the day with a visit to The Pablo Show before meeting a room full of listeners and premiering four never-before-heard tracks.
We’ve all had the same thought when Survivor characters battle for a reward or Road Rulers skydive over the Grand Canyon: they won’t show it if someone dies. Apparently one reality series did dare show a dead body on it, and MTV is paying the price.
T.I., Fall Out Boy & London Grammar Performed ‘Live Your Life’ Together on ‘SoundClash’ and It Totally Worked
It was an unexpected collaboration that worked remarkably well. Last night (July 24), Fall Out Boy, London Grammar and T.I. joined forces for VH1’s new series SoundClash.