Grand Hustle

Clifford Harris, also known as T.I. or TIP, has announced his new partnership with BET Networks. His company Grand Hustle Productions has a reality show on the way that will focus on a business competition with  T.I. serving as its creator and executive producer.

Grand Hustle artist RaRa delivered his I Am What I Am EP and HipHopWired caught up with him to talk about it.

As the newest member of T.I.’s Hustle Gang, RaRa is looking to make his presence felt with his upcoming album I Am What I Am. His newest single “Lawd” gives listeners a bar-by-bar description of what we should expect from the young veteran.

Atlanta rapper/producer RaRa emerges from the shadows with jamming new single.

Have you been asking where is Young Dro? Well, on Saturday, March 28 the Atlanta rapper was arrested for what sounds like a real estate scam, then was popped again the next day.

With Paperwork: The Motion Picture officially in stores, T.I. displays his acting chops in the visual for the opening track “King.”

This is surely not how you want to be a trailblazer as a rapper. T.I. is being sued for allegedly stealing a concert stage.

It’s obvious, Iggy Azalea likes riffing Hollywood movies into her videos. Last time it was Clueless, and in her latest clip for “Black Widow,” featuring Rita Ora, Kill Bill serves as the inspiration. 

T.I. is done talking about the incident with Floyd Mayweather. Despite some trolling questions from a paparazzo, the Atlanta rapper didn’t fall for the bait when discussing what went down at a Fat Burger in Las Vegas over a week ago. 

T.I. drops his new single, “About The Money,” featuring Young Thug, who is easily the hottest up and comer out of Atlanta.

Since catching his infamous federal gun charge in 2007, T.I. has become a changed man. Sure, he still endorses the trap, raps about guns, drugs, money, strippers and the liberties he takes with “your girl,” but there is something different about the Atlanta rapper.

The recent murder of burgeoning rapper Doe B left members of the Hip-Hop community in a state of shock, especially his tight-knit record label, Grand Hu$tle.