Like TNT, T.I.P. knows drama. So when his family’s life is in jeopardy, T.I. gets back in his true element for Trouble Man‘s latest motion picture. Clip up.
This T.I. record didn’t make the album due to sampling issues. Now that it’s been altered, he and the collaborators took to the Cali beach for the video and here’s Rap-Up‘s official look at it in the making.
On Friday, TJ painted Atlanta’s Reign Nightclub gold by bringing out the Kang and Da Snowman for a live performance of their “All Gold Everything (Remix)” and Club Nation caught all the action. Woo! boxden
Hot 97’s MetroPC 5 Boro Tour continued last night over at New York’s Best Buy Theater with T.I. and Joe Budden. Above, iboTV films surprise guest Juicy J joining the Kang. EMETakeover‘s recap below. Sidebar: T.I. Talks Next LP & Grand Hustle Compilation
TJ is living his life like it’s golden. And with his fellow ATLiens by his side, he paints the town gold in his new video. Don’t believe us, just watch. Don’t Be S.A.F.E.
Powerhouse 106 hosted their V-Day special at L.A.’s Nokia Theatre with performers T.I., Ne-Yo and special guest LL. Above, Nelly joins the Kang on stage for “Ball”. Meanwhile, Pharrell provides the hook on “Freak Though” and Stacy Barthe assists him on “Sorry” below. HHH luckily provided all the action.
Yesterday, Trinidad James shot the visual for his remix and here’s a clip of the four shooting their parts courtesy of Ozone. Looks like one block party. Video coming soon. UPDATE: Still no video, but here’s the official behind the scenes.
Last night at Cali’s House Of Blues, B.o.B. brought out T.I. for a performance of his sleeper track, “We Still In This Bitch”. Off last year’s Fuck Em We Ball mixtape. Below, peep EA‘s recap and his BMI panel performance.
Tales from a trouble man sure sounds sweet. Here, T.I. runs through the tracklist of Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head and details the meaning behind each tune. Purchase the album here.
The face of a trouble man takes the February issue of The Source. The print doesn’t hit newsstands until February 5, but peep the excerpt on his upcoming comedy film, Identify Thief below. “It’s my first comedy so I’m looking forward to seeing that. I just want to keep my tools sharp…. Different people see T.I. in different ways. As long as they ain’t giving me a rapper. That’s what I don’t want to do. Anything else, I’d pretty much be […]