Sort of predictably, the album starts with the Marvin Gaye-sampled “Trouble Man.” The soulful introduction to the album is a stark contrast to many of T.I.’s previous introductions to his albums. As T.I. mentioned before he introduced the album to the audience, he doesn’t run from his faults. He knows he’s f**ked up, which makes this record and the introduction to the album so endearing.

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