T.I. Songs

  • 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
    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
    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.
  • Graduation Camp
    Graduation Camp
    B.o.B sure has been busy over the last little while. We got the No Genre 2 mixtape halfway through 2014, only for Bobby Ray to hit us with yet another full length project before the year was over (New Black). On top of that, we got the first single for the rapper's upcoming studio album, a Trey Songz-assisted number that seems destined for radio play.
  • That's My Shit (CDQ)
    That's My Shit (CDQ)
    A few days ago, we got a radio rip of a new The-Dream track, purported to be the first single from his new album. Now we've gotten both a CDQ and confirmation that "That's My Shit" will indeed be included on Crown/Jewel. In addition to T.I., who was included on the prior version, Colorado's Trev Rich makes an appearance here too.
  • That's My Shit (Radio Rip)
    That's My Shit (Radio Rip)
    The-Dream continues to keep it moving. After dropping off “Fruition” last week, Terius decides to come through tonight and bless a local Atlanta radio station with the premiere of his newest single “That’s My Shit” featuring T.I.
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    Jeezy and T.I. bless one of the biggest/hottest records of 2014, DeJ Loaf's "Try Me," with verses today as we close out the year.
  • About The Money (Remix)
    About The Money (Remix)
    Whether producing for rappers, creating standalone originals or remixing previously-related tracks, Montreal's Kaytranada has proven himself to be one of the most adept, hip-hop-leaning electronic musicians in the game. Today, he hits us with a remix of one of the year's biggest tracks, T.I. and Young Thug's "About The Money."
  • Priorities
    Priorities
    Yesterday Hustle Gang rapper Spodee teamed up with his bossman T.I. for a new leak "Life Ain't Easy," and the two partner up again today for another leak, "Priorities." This cut echoes a similar sentiment as yesterday's-- life ain't easy (being poor). Both these records are cuts off Spodee's upcoming mixtape The B.I.D., which is due out, at the artwork indicates, on December 4th aka tomorrow. This one's got production from Marz. How does it compare to yesterday's release? Are you looking forward to The B.I.D.?
  • Life Ain't Easy
    Life Ain't Easy
    In two days, Grand Hustle's Spodee will be releasing a new mixtape called The B.I.D. Today, he shares a track from the project that features his label boss, T.I. Check out "Life Ain't Easy" below.
  • Waves (Remix)
    Waves (Remix)
    Dutch singer-songwriter Mr. Probz released his track "Waves" back in November 2013, but it's only now gaining traction on the radio in the U.S. Currently at number 22 (and rising) on the Hot 100, "Waves" now gets a remix that will make it inescapable for some Americans. Chris Brown and T.I. have just hopped on the track. 
  • Handling My Business
    Handling My Business
    Fresh off the release of his Paperwork album, the Kang of the South returns today with a little freestyle on "Handling My Business." The instrumental was originally used by fellow Southern rapper Jeezy on "Enough" off his new album Seen It All. Who do you think uses the Kenoe-produced beat better?
  • Flexin' On Em
    Flexin' On Em
    DJ Holiday comes through today with a big collaboration. Whereas Rae Sremmurd purported a "No Flex Zone," Holiday, Meek Mill, Future, T.I. and Stuey Rock have no shame to flex on 'em. We haven't heard from Stuey Rock in a minute, but he handles the auto-tuned hook on this street banger. The currently-locked up Meek Mill provides a rare verse (at least rare at the moment), as do Future and Tip. The production comes from Dun Deal and DJ Spinz.
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