T.I. Songs

  • Till I Die
    Till I Die
    After a slight delay, K Camp is finally ready to release his highly-anticipated debut album on September 4th called Only Way Is Up.
  • Plenty Niggazzz
    Plenty Niggazzz
    A week ago, DJ Absolut dug into his crates and served up a remastered version of the forever-teased "If I Shoot You" remix. The mix features Raekwon, Havoc, Kanye West, and Consequence. Today he follows that up with another throwback gem, featuring a smaller line-up of Fat Joe and T.I.
  • Why You Mad (Infinity Remix)
    Why You Mad (Infinity Remix)
    A few days back, we saw a few pictures of Mariah Carey in the studio with French Montana and Justin Bieber, and after a very short turnaround period, the track they were all working on is now available to stream. They remixed "Infinity," the stunning new track included on Carey's recent greatest hits compilation, and T.I. was also on hand to lend a verse. 
  • Real N*gga (Remix)
    Real N*gga (Remix)
    After taking on Rico Richie's "Poppin" for a remix, Troy Ave returns today with a remix of his own record. He revives "Real N*gga" by tacking on Young Dolph, T.I. and BSB crew's own Young Lito. The song originally appeared as a solo cut on Major Without A Deal.
  • Flexin
    DJ Holiday just dropped his unbelievably stacked God Bless The Mixtape, and although it's hard to pick a highlight, any track with Meek MIll, Future and T.I. on it should be deserving. This one's called "Flexin," and was produced by DJ Spinz and Dun Deal.
  • Spillin' Drank (Remix)
    Spillin' Drank (Remix)
    Mitchelle'l is yet another one of Grand Hustle's secret weapons, honing a unique singing voice that sounds perfectly at home on some warm, Houston-centric production. Reminiscent of Z-Ro or Big Moe if they saw themselves as technical singers first, Mitchelle'l keeps the spirit of the city alive with his impressive crooning.
  • We In Da City (Remix)
    We In Da City (Remix)
    Back in February, Young Dro gave us a new single by the name of "We In Da City." A video followed in April, and now we get a remix that features Hustle Gang boss T.I.
  • Make It Rain (Remix)
    Make It Rain (Remix)
    Scott Storch's name is back in the headlines again, but not for the best reasons. The super-producer has had a rough few years, but while the recent news that he's declared bankruptcy makes it seem as though he's still struggling, Storch's career is on a steady up-turn.According to the legendary beatmaker, he's not only clean, but he's got collaborations with Rick Ross and Chris Brown on the way. The thought of a Storch renaissance had us revisiting some of his classic productions, and we landed on Fat Joe's stacked "Make It Rain" remix for this week's throwback track.
  • Mad Generation
    Mad Generation
    Today singer Victoria Monet released her new EP for streaming on Soundcloud. Nightmares & Lullabies: Act II EP doesn't hit iTunes until tomorrow, but you can listen to the seven-track offering in full here. We've been following the singer since she dropped off the first instalment, Nightmares & Lullabies, last year, with appearances from B.o.B and Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Issues
    Skeme's new Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Ingleworld 2, just impacted. The project, which Skeme calls a continuance from Ingleworld, finds the gritty rapper adopting more melodies while still keeping the hard edge he's known for, something which he detailed during our phone conversation. On "Issues" we get one such melody for the hook, as well as hyphy beat.
  • Mind Right (Remix)
    Mind Right (Remix)
    TK N Cash's "Mind Right" has been a buzzing party track in ATL since the end of last year, and it continues to pick up speed with a succession of hot remixes. First, T.I. laid a freestyle over the track, then B.o.B. gave it the remix duties. Now, those guys have joined forces and another boss man, T-Pain, has joined the lineup for the most official "Mind Right" remix yet. 
  • 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. 
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