T.I. is all over Travi$ Scott's Rodeo, which is out in a few days (it'll be out officially on the 4th) and today he's unleashing a rather dated freestyle over "Flicka Da Wrist," which if you're into those sorts of things, you can listen after the jump.
The recent situation between Young Thug and Lil Wayne is escalating albeit in a confusing manner. Here's the breakdown: Lil Wayne doesn't want to be part of Birdman's YMCMB, Wayne's highly-anticipated studio album Tha Carter V is put on hold, Young Thug is putting out his debut album entitled Carter 6 in tribute to Wayne, Wayne doesn't like it and calls out Thug, Thug responds by saying he doesn't want any problems and reiterates that the newly titled Barter 6 is a tribute to Wayne. Did you get all of that? Good. Now, T.I. decided to share his thoughts on the matter with DJ Whoo Kid. Find out in the clip after the jump.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart have a new movie out today. Go Hard is currently in theaters and T.I. is providing some music for the official soundtrack. It's worth noting that Tip is also part of the cast as Russell, a family member of Kevin Hart's character Darnell. Check out T.I.'s "I Go Hard" from the Go Hard soundtrack after the jump.
T.I. and Young Thug struck gold with "About the Money" in 2014 and would team up once again for "We Want War." So it was inevitable the two ATLiens would dap it up and release more music together. And today T.I. and Thugger share "Off-Set" a track from the soundtrack to the upcoming Furious 7 film, which hits theaters on April 3rd. Listen to "Off-Set" after the jump.
With the success of "About the Money" it was inevitable that Atlanta all-stars T.I. and Young Thug would team up again. And today T.I. shares the music video for "We Want War", which yet again features a hook, chorus, and verse from Thugger. Check out the video after the jump.
If you have yet to stream T.I.'s forthcoming studio album Paperwork and are curious to hear some standalone tracks from the album now's your chance to do so with "King". Listen to the album's opening cut after the jump and go buy Tip's new album as it's finally out tomorrow.
T.I.'s working relationship with Pharrell dates back to Tip's I'm Serious days; for those of you not hip to the game, that's 2001. The two have remained close and any time T.I.'s got a new album cooking you better believe Pharrell will be there either providing Tip with the hook, the chorus, a verse, or production. Hell, sometimes he'll gift Tip with all four! And for T.I.'s forthcoming studio album Paperwork the two reunite once again. Pharrell joins Tip for "Paperwork" and it's a scorcher. Listen after the jump.