After the success of Waka Flocka's "DuFlocka Rant: Halftime Show" mixtape, the label decides to release, the 808 Mafia produced single, "50K" remix featuring fellow Atlanta rapper T.I.
T.I. said his stock's will go up now that he is a free agent and now he got the FEDS on his trail. Check out the King of The South featuring Lil Wayne in "Wit Me".
T.I. & Lil Wayne join forces again. Now that T.I. is a free agent expect to hear more music and see more visual from the Bankhead artist.
T.I. sends a message to the music conglomerate who controls 85% of the business, what its going to take to do business with him.
T.I. sends a message to the music conglomerate who controls 85% of the business, what its going to take to do business with him. The Kings of the South states: "If you're signing an artist of his magnitude you got t to look at it as a merger or an acquisition of a multi-media company".
"I'm a multi-media company, I have six or seven different areas of businesses that I'm participating in revenue right now. Whether its the recording industry, publishing industry, touring, merchandising, film, television, fashion and technology. That's eight areas of business right, currently that I'm generating streams of revenue from. So if you feel like you want to participate in all eight of those things, then its goings to cost you about $50 or $60 millions. But, if you only want one or two of those things, then come one to the table with $12 or $15 million and we can talk about that to. But, we ain't going to talk about no 1′s or 2′s".
Shawty its about MFing time we got some consistent Young Dro performances. This tape should really be called Get Dro Or Die. I don't know what he's on, but keep him on it, whatever it is.
T.I. gets Young Dro and Shad Da God for "Freeze Up" off his G.D.O.D. mixtape.
The Hustle Gang mixtape is coming 5.7.13 and is being spearheaded by CEO/Rapper T.I. Check out the teaser video for G.D.O.D. Mixtape.
The first time I heard the original version of this song "Memories Back Then" I thought it was just cool, but this beautifully shot video directed by PhillyFlyBoy draws the perfect picture to compliment the stories being told in each one of these emcees voices. The original version of the song was inspired by & had sampled Gotye's mega-hit record "Somebody That I Used To Know". This new reworked version for the video still has that initial inspiration but musically the music has been changed without the use of the Gotye sample. Singer Kris Stephens does a good job on the hook of this Kenoe produced track while T.I., B.O.B., & Kendrick Lamar do what they do best with the bars to this song that will appear on the upcoming Hustle Gang mixtape.
T.I., Kendrick Lamar and B.O.B. take us down memory lane while their explore their childhood exploits with the opposite sex. Let the storytelling begin....
Travis Scott recruits 2 Chainz and T.I. for his newest single, "Upper Echelon". The song is off Scott's Owl Pharaoh EP.