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Hear ye, hear ye, minions. The Kang of the South still wants you to know who runs this thing.
A few nights ago, Power 105’s DJ Envy, Charlemagne The God and Angela Yee of The Breakfast Club celebrated their two year anniversary with a concert at the Best Buy Theater in New York City.
T.I. returned to The Breakfast Club on Power 105 the day after he performed at the morning show’s two-year anniversary show.
Once upon a time, T.I. and Pink were label mates on the now defunct LaFace Records. Close to a decade later, the two reunite for “Guns And Roses.”
Tip’s Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head will see its proper release next Tuesday, December 18, but that hasn’t stopped the Internets from getting their mitts on tracks like “Wildside.” T.I. uses personal anecdotes to support his explanation for why people in impoverished situations resort to criminal activity.
After debuting the artwork, T.I. comes through the audio for “Hello,” featuring Cee Lo Green, the next single from his forthcoming album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. The Kang over Neptunes production? Yes, please.
If you come at T.I. the wrong way, things can get real. Tip isn’t known to snap on everybody but he’s had a fair share of outbursts, the latest of which was against a fan.
His criminal past is behind him, but T.I. is still reflecting on the incidents that led to back-to-back yearlong sentences. In a cover story for Billboard magazine, the father of six revealed some of the big names that lent their support throughout his incarceration, including Will Smith, who went above and beyond the call of duty.
Last night in New York City, the “Kang Of The South” touched down on the Big Apple to preview his latest album, Trouble Man. Flanked by Lil Duval, David Banner, and staff from Atlantic Records, T.I. previewed his album for a small crowd of about fourteen people in a studio.