Harlem rapper, Dave East, is back with part 2 of his Paranoia series. After dropping his Paranoia: A True Story EP last year, Dave East returns with the project’s second edition, Paranoia 2. The 15-track album includes features from Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, Marsha Ambrosius, and more. Stream Paranoia 2 EP below and download your copy from iTunes.
T.I. and Hustle Gang have been a force to be reckoned with for years, but they’re gearing up to release their official debut album this summer. “Game 7” is the appetizer for what’s to come. The bass-heavy, ominous release includes guest features from RaRa and Brandon Rossi. Stream “Game 7” below.
Atlanta legend T.I. saw fit to put pen to paper once more, releasing a letter to the United States today, on the day of the Inauguration of the 45th President of The United States. His name slips my mind for some reason. It’s clear that current events sparked a lot of thought in regards to . . .
T.I. debuts “Warzone” on TIDAL It’s no secret that what’s going on in the USA is tragic and problematic. It’s seemingly coming to a breaking point as the presidential election cycle nears its end and celebrities are starting to speak out on issues affecting their communities. T.I. drops his new single, “Warzone”, as he continues . . .
“In the cadillac, bumpin’ Bobby Womack.” It’s no secret that Young Thug and T.I. are a solid combination. I’m pretty sure that “About The Money” would make me stop what I’m doing at any point, to this day. The Atlanta superstars are back at it again with “Bobby Womack,” from DJ 3rdy Baby’s Margiela Music . . .
“We will not live on our knees, we will die on our feet.” Add T.I. to the list of rappers who is publicly saying that enough is enough. The Atlanta legend takes a stand against the system with his new release, “We Will Not.” The rhymes are quickly delivered, and there’s a lot to digest, . . .
O.T. Genasis adds new life to his infectious “Cut It” single with the help of two veterans in the game, T.I. and Lil Wayne. The beat is infectious, and we’ve already seen Tip and Wayne deliver guest feature after guest feature over the years. Let the run continue. Stream the “Cut It” remix below. (RAPWAVE)
It’s a good time to be Anderson .Paak. Riding the success of his Malibu album, the talented artist and performer pulls in T.I. himself to drop a guest verse on the newly minted remix. The verse includes fantasies of gunning Trump down, as well as references to Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin. Look to see this record . . .
The legend from Atlanta, T.I. himself, is back with “Dope,” a smooth, modern single featuring Marsha Ambrosius and sampling Aaliyah. This track was produced by Dr. Dre, and samples “Rock The Boat.” T.I. finds himself on the more calm side of the artistic spectrum on this cut. Look for more information on T.I.’s upcoming The . . .
T.I. himself returns with a new slow moving banger called “Money Talk.” The Atlanta native keeps the cadences simple and the rhymes easy to catch over chilled out production. Look for Tip’s The Dime Trap album to release later this year. Stream “Money Talk“ below.
Well, this is a surprise, to say the least. The one and only Dr. Dre dug into the vaults earlier today, releasing a previously unheard, Swiff D-produced track called “Back To Business” that features T.I., Justus, Victoria Monét and Sly Piper. Stream “Back To Business” below. (Complex)
Ty Dolla $ign links with modern moguls to release not just one but two remixes of his hit single, “Blasé.” Back in late June Ty blessed his fans with a single from his highly anticipated album ,Free TC. Production was delivered by DJ Spinz as he gave us electronic production strong enough to have Future and Rae Sremmurd turn it up a . . .
P Reign is upping the ante and looking to draw in the fans for his forthcoming Off The Books project as he collabs with Young Thug and T.I. for “Dipped In Gold”. The production is handled by the Cash Money super producer, London On Da Track, and gives the artists a solid foundation atop low-passed piano . . .
Four artists not from California are currently flourishing with a single called “Cali.” Wait, I can explain. Maybe. Does it matter? Colonel Loud is a North Carolina-bred artist, and with the help of fellow Southerners T.I., Young Dolph, and Ricco Barrino, they create a West Coast anthem that is pretty damn solid, as far as . . .
On “Ain’t Gonna See It Coming,” T.I. proclaims that he’s ‘just as vicious as ever.’ He just might be right. His latest EP, Da Nic, isn’t his most high profile release, but it’s not due to lack of quality. The southern veteran seems to be comfortable, in his zone, and ready to fire. Stream Da Nic below, . . .