The King of the South also known as T.I. mentioned in a recent interview with L.A.’s radio station Power 106 (via LA Leakers), that there is a possibility collaboration album with him and his ATLien Young Jeezy, who released his latest album Thug Motivation 103: Hustlaz Ambition, last month. During his interview, T.I. also spoke about his docu-style show T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle and his upcoming album, entitled Trouble Man. Read some excerpts:
On doing a collaboration album with Young Jeezy.
“Jeezy and I, we have discussed doing a collaborative album. Right now, we’re both focused on putting Atlanta back on top where we once knew it to be,” said T.I.” In my absence, I’ve seen the city take a backseat, if you will, to other areas and other regions. I’m not trying to sleight nobody’s efforts or nobody’s contributions to the game, but I know what my city represents and I know what my city’s capable of. And if I feel like we’re not living up to our full potential, I’m going to gather all the cats who I know who supposed to ride for the town like I ride and we gon’ get it back right. So that’s what we focused on right now. After we do that, then we can focus on anything else. But first is first.”
T.I. also confirmed that his VH1 docu-style show T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle has been renewed for a second season.
“I just signed a deal for the second season of The Family Hustle, so there will be a season two officially,” he said.
On his upcoming album Trouble Man.
“The album Trouble Man. I’m continuing to work. I’m trying to bridge the gap between giving cats Trap Muzik and the ‘Live Your Life’’s and “Whatever You Like’’s from Paper Trail. That’s where I’m at. But that’s an excellent problem to have.”
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