Atlanta's own T.I. appeared on Hot 107.9's Rickey Smiley Show and spoke for the first time since being sentenced to 11 months in prison for violating his probation. T.I. announced that his delayed album "King Uncaged" will now be called "No Mercy." He also discussed his list of favorite MCs.
There aren't any updates on when King Uncaged may finally be released, but T.I.'s not letting his 11-month jail sentence slow him down. Just hours after being sentenced for parole violation, T.I. released this redemptive track with his "Takers" co-star Chris Brown, appropriately titled "Get Back Up."
T.I. is featured on not one but two covers of UPSCALE magazine's September/October 2010 issue. Click here for a few quotes from T.I. in this month's issue!
Two of Atlanta's most talented artists just dropped a sneak peek of their duet. Keri Hilson stands by T.I. in the 30-second teaser for their collaboration “Got Your Back” from Tip’s forthcoming album "King Uncaged" (Sept. 28).
Fresh off his performances at the 2010 BET Awards last Sunday, Atlanta's own T.I. called into Hot 107.9's The Durtty Boyz and shared his thoughts on a variety of topics. He also debuted his brand new song, "Ya Hear Me!" Click here to hear "Ya Hear Me," plus our exclusive interview with Tip!
T.I.'s album cover for "King Uncaged" features the ATL rapper seated next to a lion, drawing an obvious parallel between the recently-released-from-jail rapper and the king of the jungle, as well as a fleeting nod to a classic 70's soul album from Minnie Riperton.
Recently freed rapper T.I. has been making the media rounds since his release from prison, and today the Atlanta MC/actor paid a visit to his hometown station, Atlanta's Hot 107.9 and "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show."
Atlanta's own T.I. is officially back on the scene with the explosive video for “I’m Back” (produced by the Trackslayerz), the street single from his new album "King Uncaged," which has been pushed up one week to August 17. Check it out here!
With T.I. appearing to be in top form since his release from prison, the rapper is already making bold statements in relation to his upcoming album, "King Uncaged."