T.I. Songs

  • Trouble
    Trouble
    Last week, Migos popped up on our feeds with their guest appearance on OG Maco's "FUCKEMx3," as well as their "short film" "Bando." But now they're back with new material as the lead artists on a jam called "Trouble," for which they recruited the Trouble Man himself for a guest spot.
  • Addicted
    Addicted
    Jeezy's new album Seen It All: The Autobiography hit stores and the world wide web today, and with that the album's bonus records for the Best Buy edition of the album have surfaced online. One such bonus cuts via NahRight finds Jeezy connecting with fellow ATLien T.I. as well as his CTE signee YG on "Addicted."
  • Am I Wrong (Remix)
    Am I Wrong (Remix)
    A few days after taking on Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em," the self-proclaimed king of the south is back with another new remix. Adding a verse to Nico & Vinz's international smash hit "Am I Wrong," T.I. proves once more that he can handle just about any type of instrumental that's thrown his way.
  • Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em" has been gradually climbing the charts since its release, and it seems it's only going to keep rising. While the track already had the strength of a beat from DJ Mustard and a verse from YG, T.I. has now contributed his own vocals.
  • Got Me A Check
    Got Me A Check
    T.I. is keeping the Hustle Gang family, well, hustling. After dropping their collaborative mixtape G.D.O.D. last May, the crew is gearing up for a new one. We don't have many details or even a title at this point, but just know it's coming. Today we get a new cut from Hustle Gang with Yung Booke, Shad Da God and Tip teaming up for "Got Me A Check" over Nard & B production.
  • Can't Stay
    Can't Stay
    More often than not, Ty Dolla $ign is lumped in with the DJ Mustard-helmed sound of the moment: ratchet. A genre that places greater emphasis on fun and deep bass tones than musicianship or emotional depth, the Cali sound is rarely thought of as a hotbed for prodigious musical talents. But Ty is truly a talented musician, and he lets it show briefly on his new tape, $ign Language.
  • New National Anthem
    New National Anthem
    With protesters still going strong in Ferguson, T.I. decides to take this opportunity to voice his opinion and premiere a brand new record called “New National Anthem”. The track features a powerful hook from singer/songwriter Skylar Grey, while Tip addresses current issues going on in America today, including racism, injustice, and of course police brutality. No word yet on whether this is an official follow-up single for Paperwork, or just something Tip had to get off his chest. Either way, it deserves your attention and a few listens to fully digest.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    T.I. is visiting NYC these days, and had an interview with Ebro on Hot 97 this morning. He follows it up this afternoon with a freestyle over Bobby Shmurda's freestyle, which is now basically his own record, "Hot Nigga." This one comes in a day too late to be a part of our poll on which "Hot Nigga" freestyle is the best (but you can still vote on that here).
  • About The Money (Remix)
    About The Money (Remix)
    T.I. and Young Thug's collaboration "About The Money" is already remarkable for a number of reasons, but today it gets even better with the addition of another ATL stalwart: Killer Mike. The Dungeon Family associate and current one-half of Run The Jewels opens up the London On Da Track production, adding some of his candid fury to the hustle anthem. The self-described "fat black flow flipper" proves his OG status with a phenomenal sixteen that touches on struggle rappers, child support and that age old question: "pussy or the money, tell me what it's gonna be?"
  • Stay
    Stay
    T.I.'s rollout for the upcoming album, Paperwork is going pretty well so far.
  • UV Love
    UV Love
    It’s been a while since we last heard from artist and producer Clinton Sparks, but today he makes his return felt with a new pop song that has some serious potential on the charts. Linking up with ATL’s own T.I., Clinton delivers this new offering “UV Love”. This feel-good record has a very catchy, pop sound to it with some added bars and street cred thanks to Tip. A perfect addition to any Summer playlist right here.
  • Eww Eww Eww (Remix)
    Eww Eww Eww (Remix)
    The anticipation for Young Thug's "Eww Eww Eww" began months ahead of its release, when Thugger previewed a short clip of the monstrous club track. The song arrived in full in April, and while it proved to be a a worthy follow up to the rapper's infectious bangers, "Stoner" and "Danny Glover", further anticipation grew for a rumored remix.
  • This Girl
    This Girl
    The Stafford Brothers are a production duo who churn out poppy, radio-ready EDM like clockwork. They also must have some clout in the industry, as they were able to secure a verse from none other than T.I. on their new track "This Girl." Also featuring Eva Simons, the song doesn't break from the Stafford Brothers' template of catchy, expansive dance music. Over the fast beat, T.I. unleashes nimble rhyming that shows that he's no one-dimensional trap rapper, and can hop on new-school tracks with ease.
  • Look What I Did
    Look What I Did
    Skeme scored a pretty big feature with last month's "No Limit", which was blessed by a verse from none other than Game. After dropping his mandatory "0 To 100" remix, the west coast rapper has returned with yet another big look, recruiting T.I. for a verse on "Look What I Did". The rappers trade verses over a triumphant, horn-led instrumental. Skeme supplies a lightly auto-tuned hook (by today's standards), which is as much shouted as it is sung, calling to mind the delivery of Lil Durk, or more recently, Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz".
  • Your Style (Remix)
    Your Style (Remix)
    Troy Ave has definitely been a talking point over the last few weeks. The New York traditionalist has become something of a divisive figure, but he's using all the discussion as a launching pad, dropping an all-star remix of recent single, "Your Style" today. While the record original featured a verse from Lloyd Banks, it now sports contributions from New York (of course) icons Diddy and Mase, which definitely fit right in with the jiggy nature of the song.
  • No Mediocre
    No Mediocre
    Moments ago we received the full version of Mike WiLL Made It's new single, "Buy The World," and now Tip follows suit with the full version of his new collaboration "No Mediocre" with Hustle Gang member Iggy Azalea and production from DJ Mustard.
  • No Mediocre
    No Mediocre
    T.I. has been hyping his upcoming single with Iggy Azalea over the last little while, which should be arriving next week (perfect timing, considering Azalea currently has the top two charting songs in country currently). While Tha Kang has only given us a 30 second preview for now, "No Mediocre" sounds like a possible smash. The song is built off of a west coast groove, that's complimented with some steal drum sounds.
  • Gumbo
    Gumbo
    Stak5 is known to most as former NBA player Stephen Jackson. The one-time baller is now trying his hand at a different game, giving rap a serious try, recruiting some huge names for his newest single, "Gumbo".
  • About Tha Money  [CDQ]
    About Tha Money [CDQ]
    "About Tha Money" is the latest reveal from T.I.'s upcoming Paperwork album, a three-part project that'll be released gradually throughout the coming twelve months. A radio rip of the the single leaked last night, and we've since been blessed with the CDQ version.
  • About Tha Money
    About Tha Money
    "I count six shots." ATLiens T.I. and Young Thug have come together for a new single from the former titled "About Tha Money," the triumphant, organ-driven instrumental having been produced by none other than London On The Track.  The song finds both Tip and Thugga reflecting on their various financial successes, also reminding the listener not to waste their time if money isn't part of the conversation - but we already knew that, didn't we?  Think this one's got potential or what?
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