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    December 20, 2012

    Tip is on the cover of this week's issue of Rolling Out! He speaks about prison troubles, new music, and more! Read the story HERE!

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    December 19, 2012

    He may be “wild as the Taliban” but T.I. is not interested in talking about his troubled past even though he named his latest album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. Instead, T.I. is focused on the future, which may or may not include continuing his stellar rap career.

    When HipHollywood sat down with the Kang, he gave us his retirement timeline, had some harsh words for the haters and gave us all the deets about his new album. Check it out!

    Oh, and don’t forget to get Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head in stores NOW!

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    December 19, 2012

    T.I. talks about his wife Tiny, kids, his reality show "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle," Christmas plans and more.

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    December 19, 2012

    The King, T.I., held court with the Queen when he remixed Beyoncé’s “Dance for You” earlier this year. But he first he got approval from Bey herself. He called up Pharrell, who happened to be in the studio with the “Single Ladies” singer, and asked if she supported his idea to add a verse.

    “That very night, I did it and got it back to them, and they gave me the nod of approval and I ran with it,” Tip told Rap-Up TV.

    T.I. is aware that Bey has a new album on the way and he’s more than willing to help out.

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  • T.I. will be the first to admit that he has a way of getting into trouble. The Atlanta rapper’s bouts with the law have been well-publicized through the years—most notably, when he was incarcerated in 2009, released in 2010, and then arrested for violating his probation that same year. He dropped No Mercy in December 2010, but with his name was doused in controversy, it didn’t make the impact that the Grand Hustle honcho’s previous projects had. Back to tell the story of his troubles, T.I. is following up that album today with his eighth solo LP, Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head.

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  • Famed Atlanta rapper T.I. explains the meaning behind his new track "Addresses," revealing that it's about people who used him for leverage in his career. While many people are speculating that the track is about DTE's Alley Boy, he keeps the subject at hand unnamed and sends a personal message, telling him to do "one record without saying my name," and challenges him to be better rapper than him.

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