B.o.B Feat. T.I. & Ty Dolla $ign
B.o.B leads a new version of "4 Lit," featuring T.I. and Ty Dolla $ign. The original "4 Lit," a Hustle Gang collab between T.I., B.o.B, and newcomer RaRa, dropped earlier this month and was met with a very warm reception on the site. B.o.B seems to be the lead artist on the new version, as the cover art, showing four (of my least favorite) lighters, displays the stamp of his "No Genre" label. Once again, the production comes from 30Roc of the Ear Drummers.
T.I., B.o.B & RaRa
The Hustle Gang is back with a new track, "4 Lit," which follows the label's new mixtape, last month's Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang. The new track, presented by DJ MLK, is more laid back and R&B-influenced than one might expect, though "4 Lit" is a proper descriptor for the carefree energy displayed by the three Atlanta rappers.
I Just Wanna
Bankroll Fresh Feat. T.I. & Spodee
Earlier this year, Atlanta lost one of its most prized young talents in Bankroll Fresh, who would've turned 29 last month. Those closest to the late rapper as well as other ATL elites have made sure that his legacy looms large over the city and that his music from the vaults gets the shine it deserves. A posthumous track from Bankroll called "Dirty Game" was released in June and it was given an official remix from YFN Lucci last month.
Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., Quavo, Ra Ra & Peanut Da Don
Quavo seems to finally be getting his props for being one of the most consistent writers in the game. He shows up on a couple of tracks on Hustle Gang's new HGOE mixtape, one of them being "Dope House," a catchy southern street record that's perfect territory for the Migos leader.
After releasing Da' Nic EP around this time last year, T.I. is getting ready to drop another short project with Us or Else. Today, He's shared "War Zone," a politically charged single from the project, featuring a refrain of "Hands Up, Cant' Breathe," a reference to Black Lives Matter protest chants that came to be following the police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. This could be a sign of the direction Tip's new music will be going, and we're excited to hear more of it soon.
T.I. & Young Thug
On Wednesday, 3rdy Baby and Muzik Fene joined forces for the third installment in the Margiela Music mixtape series, which features several exclusive collabs from some of ATL’s hottest rappers. Well one of those records that happened to surfaced comes from Young Thug & T.I., who team up for this new track called “Bobby Womack,” named after the late soul singer who passed away two years ago.
We Will Not
Unlike many, T.I. hasn’t been shying away from his thoughts & opinions on the injustices going on in America lately, most specifically police brutality following the senseless deaths of Philando Castile & Alton Sterling. Whether he’s talking about it on Ebro in the Morning or organizing a peaceful protest in ATL like he did last month, Tip has always kept a strong stance on supporting protestors & the people.
Hustle Gang Feat. Rossi, RaRa & T.I.
It's basically been a year since we saw the Hustle Gang crew together. The T.I.-led group, composed of some of the ATL native's signees to Grand Hustle Records, dropped their first compilation together G.D.O.D.
Cut It (Remix)
OT Genesis Feat. Lil Wayne & T.I.
Those who pinned O.T. Genasis as a one-hit wonder have been proven wrong, as the Long Beach rapper's Rhythm & Bricks single "Cut It" has had similar chart success to his 2014 single "CoCo." And most will agree that "Cut It" is a much better song than "CoCo," especially considering the remix package that Genasis has unveiled.
T.I. Feat. Marsha Ambrosius
After teasing his new single "Dope" on Friday, T.I. released the track this morning on iTunes and all streaming platforms. Produced by Dr. Dre, "Dope" samples Aaliyah's classic “Rock the Boat” and features Floetry alum Marsha Ambrosius on the hook. The track will appear on Tip's long-awaited 10th studio album, The Dime Trap.
Bankroll Mafia Feat. Young Thug, T.I., Duke, Shad Da God & Lil Yachty
Bankroll Mafia's eponymous debut album just dropped, and it's full of gems. The obvious highlight is the contrasting styles of Thug and Tip, but along with the talents of Shad da God, London Jae, and Lil Duke, there's really no need for any guest features. The few features that do appear, though, are well-placed, such as Lil Yachty on "Hyenas," guesting alongside the aforementioned Mafiosos save for London Jae.
T.I., Shad Da God & London Jae
Atlanta supergroup Bankroll Mafia, comprised of T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God, London Jae, and YSL Duke, is dropping their debut album today. Sources tell us that the album was turned in last night and will be available on iTunes and Spotify any moment.
Not My Fault
T.I. Feat. Verse Simmonds
T.I. recently inked a new deal with Roc Nation last month, and is currently putting the finishing touches on his upcoming album The Dime Trap. While we wait for more information on that to surface, the King Of The South decides to hold fans over by enlisting Verse Simmonds for his latest offering called “Not My Fault.”
After accepting a fan's anti-gravity hat challenge and restoring his status as the hat lean king, T.I. returned to counting his money, which presumably inspired this new song of his called "Money Talk." DJ Whoo Kid and DJ MLK premiered "Money Talk" this morning on Shade 45. Similar to how he dispatched the anti-gravity challenger, T.I. calls out everyone out there talking a big game without the funds to back it up.
Colonel Loud Feat. Too Short, Snoop Dogg & Ricco Barrino
The popular hit “California” by Colonel Loud didn’t actually feature anyone from California (T.I. and Young Dolph were on the other version). The North Carolina emcee has rectified the situation by recruiting two of the most storied spitters from the sunny state of CA.
Back To Business
Dr. Dre Feat. T.I., JUSTUS, Victoria Monet & Sly Piper
Fans can always expect something special to drop on Dr. Dre's Beats 1 show The Pharmacy, and on tonight's episode, the Doc let loose a stacked collab, "Back to Business," featuring T.I., Justus, Victoria Monet, and Sly Piper.
Trae Tha Truth Feat. Rick Ross, T.I. & Audio Push
Despite holding on to his underground status, Trae tha Truth has earned the respect of many of the industry's top dogs. Today, the Houston vet comes through with a star-studded collab off his forthcoming album, Tha Truth, Pt. 2, a sequel to the album he released last July. "All Good" features Rick Ross, T.I. -- Trae's boss at Grand Hustle, and Audio Push.
Out My Face
Bankroll Mafia Feat. T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God & London Jae
Over the summer, T.I. debuted his supergroup Bankroll Mafia (TIP, Young Thug, Shad Da God, Peewee Roscoe) with a promising cut called "Bankrolls on Deck." This time around, they recruit B.o.B. protege London Jae in a new leak "Out My Face."
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. T.I., French Montana & A$AP Ferg
Ty Dolla $ign just dropped not one, but TWO remixes of his eternal banger "Blasé." Between DJ Spinz's intoxicating production and Future on the hook, the track has produced more than its fair share of dance floor magic. Today, it is the gift that keeps on giving. The first remix featured Jeezy, Juicy J, & Diddy -- for the second, Ty recruits the talents of T.I., French Montana, & A$AP Ferg.
Dipped In Gold
P Reign Feat. T.I. & Young Thug
P Reign has released a slew of tracks, most recently "Sunshine" & "Colors & Commas" feat Troy Ave, in advance of his forthcoming mixtape Off The Books -- premiering TOMORROW on HNHH. Before he liberates the mixtape, P Reign shares one last song, and it may be the biggest of the tape -- "Dipped in Go