T.I. Songs

  • Classic Man (Remix)
    Classic Man (Remix)
    Singer Jidenna has come on the scene this year with two club-ready hits. After guesting on Janelle Monáe's "Yoga," he came back with his debut single, "Classic Man," which continues to gain airplay as we enter the summer-- though now it's got a big remix to compete with.  Grand Hustle boss T.I. decided to lend a verse to Jidenna's breakout hit, lending a little Southern swag to the feel-good anthem.  The remix will appear on an upcoming compilation tape, GoodNight Don't Exist In ATL 7, curated by DJ MLK. 
  • Get Low
    Get Low
    Yesterday 50 Cent teased fans with the cover art to his new single, "Get Low." The rapper premiered the song on the Breakfast Club this morning, so DJ Envy has the radio rip for us.
  • How To Live Alone
    How To Live Alone
    Diana Ross’ youngest son, Evan Ross, is making his HNHH debut tonight, and doing so in grand fashion. Calling on the King of the South for assistance, Evan releases this new single “How To Live Alone”. Produced by SONIX and Oh Francesco, “How To Live Alone” is an ode to to Ross’ wife Ashlee Simpson, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child. “The song is about the idea that if you couldn’t be with the one you love, you would learn how to live alone. Because you could never love another,” explains Ross.
  • I Know You Ain't Gon Act Like
    I Know You Ain't Gon Act Like
    Hardo is back in a big way. After serving a prison sentence, the Pittsburgh rapper has been releasing new music in recent weeks, and he's not shy about working with the biggest names in the game. Fellow steel city resident Wiz Khalifa joined him on "Mo Money" earlier this month, but today he's getting some help from one of Atlanta's hardest working OGs, T.I.
  • It's Not My Fault (Acoustic Version)
    It's Not My Fault (Acoustic Version)
    Young R&B prodigy Anthony Lewis stormed onto the scene with "It's Not My Fault". The 17-year-old somehow got T.I. on his debut single, which has now cracked the top 40 on the charts. After releasing the video with Tip, Anthony has now given us the acoustic version of the track, which lets his vocals shine even more than on the original. 
  • I Bet (Remix)
    I Bet (Remix)
    Ciara’s lead single, “I Bet”, has been steadily gaining momentum on the airwaves these past few weeks, and rightfully so. Looking to capatilize off her recent success, Ciara decides to call on T.I. for assistance on the official remix to "I Bet".
  • La Policia (Remix)
    La Policia (Remix)
    When Kap-G's "Fuck La Policia" dropped last year, it was a powerful documentation of the way Mexican-Americans are treated by police officers, but it actually pre-dated the killing of Mike Brown and Eric Garner. The single (re-titled as "La Policia" when it was worked to radio) has now been revised to include the horrible instances of police brutality we've been seeing over the last year, with T.I. and David Banner also adding some perspective to the song this time around.
  • Bankrolls On Deck
    Bankrolls On Deck
    T.I. always does a good job of staying in touch with the younger generation of rappers from his city, and his new record assembles a lethal combination of the new class. PeeWee Roscoe, Shad Da God, and of course, Young Thug contribute to the record, each bringing their own flavor of ATL swagger.
  • Mo Money
    Mo Money
    Pittsburgh's Hardo is back. Hardo's skyrocketing career was temporarily put on hold by a prison stint last year, but he's started 2015 in a big way. We already heard "Trapnati", and now he's back with his second single, "Mo Money", featuring Wiz Khalifa, Pittsburgh's biggest star. Together, these two are putting the 412 on the map. Wiz has become known for his ability to sing out the catchiest hooks in the game, and Hardo proves he can do the same. Both men let loose a mixture of singing and rapping that's tough enough for the OGs and plenty sexy for the ladies. 
  • On The Bible
    On The Bible
    Following his “Aw Yeah?” release last week, Tech N9ne decides to return today with another new single called “On The Bible” featuring T.I. and Zuse.
  • I Go Hard
    I Go Hard
    With a 32% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes on the day of its release, the Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell flick "Get Hard" is looking like a flop coming out of the gate, but it still could perform decently on a weekend that doesn't have too many other big films opening. Featured in the buddy comedy is a new song from T.I., a guy who most would consider pretty "hard," and it's titled "I Go Hard." With an upbeat, poppy sound and a hook from Kat, this track's closest relative in Tip's recent discography is "No Mediocre." Let us know what you think.
  • Lil Bit (Remix)
    Lil Bit (Remix)
    Marvin Gaye's thirsty offspring won't leave T.I. be re: the Blurred Lines verdict. With his new freestyle over K Camp's "Lil Bit" (complete with a verse from Chris Brown), the King of the South is doing exactly what he should be doing -- keeping on rapping, staying in his lane, cruising 75 down the freeway, putting the blinders up so he doesn't have to look at the haters. 
  • Project Steps
    Project Steps
    T.I. might be one of the hardest working people in rap. The rapper has his share of platinum plaques, but his verse output is still at a similar level to someone trying to break through. It's rare for a week to go back without a Tip 16 passing through our radar, and today he gives us a couple in a new solo cut.
  • Dope Boy Shit (Remix)
    Dope Boy Shit (Remix)
    Bankroll Fresh is on his way up. The rapper earns the most important co-sign this side of Gucci Mane today as T.I. hops on his mixtape track, "Dope Boy Shit". The record originally appeared on Fresh's Life Of A Hot Boy, which has been getting quite a bit of attention, particularly in ATL, so it was only right that it got the all-star remix it deserved.
  • Mind Right (Freestyle)
    Mind Right (Freestyle)
    T.I. has proved to have an ear for emerging talents, using his Hustle Gang imprint to endorse up-and-coming talents, primarily from the south. TK N Cash are right up his alley, an Augusta, Georgia duo who have a youthful, pop-minded approach to ATL party music. It's hard not to compare them to recent breakthrough artists Rae Sremmurd.
  • Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    The "Truffle Butter" remixes aren't slowing down any time soon. We've received them from Ludacris, Problem, Cory Gunz and more, and today, Tip throws his hat in the ring over the Vinylz-produced beat. The song has also been rising up Billboard's Hot 100 (despite not even being on the standard edition of The Pinkprint, which just went gold by the way), landing at #22 this past week.
  • Hennessy
    Problem's got a brand new mixtape dropping tomorrow, and he's decided to release one huge new leak before sharing the project. The West Coast emcee has enlisted T.I. and Rich Homie Quan for "Hennessy", yet another self-produced record (but not without the help of League of Starz and Mars). Rather than settling into the Mustard wave, the record operates at a cool cruise, allowing Tip and Quan to apply their ATL swagger to the mix as freely as Problem delivers his gruff story-telling.
  • Off-Set
    Earlier this morning we posted Young Thug's new cut "I Swear To God," but really we were anticipating this collabo which Thugga had teased fans about on twitter.
  • One More
    One More
    On January 27th, Ne-Yo will be dropping off a new album by the name of Non-Fiction. Today, we get to hear a new track from the project, namely one called "One More" that also features T.I.
  • It's Not My Fault
    It's Not My Fault
    Anthony Lewis delivered his #TBH mixtape last November, and today he's delivered on the promise of the tape with a huge new track, featuring none other than T.I. As a rapper who's often tapped for crossover singles from R&B talents like Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke, Tip's voice sits similarly well on the latest from Lewis, who works his smooth pipes over a punchy modern soul record.
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