Here’s the album cover & tracklisting from T.I.’s forthcoming anticipated studio album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. Features include Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, Andre 3000, R. Kelly, and more. We’re feeling the artwork. Take a look at the full tracklisting after the jump. December 18th, 2012 is the date.
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If you were hoping for a T.I. album this year, you might have to hold your horses. In a exclusive interview with Rap-Up, T.I. reveals some interesting news about his forthcoming album Trouble Man and the “release date.” He also speaks on the the artists he’s worked with on the album. Including Andre 3000, R. [...]
After releasing some on the set photos, a trailer, some behind the scenes footage. T.I. releases the official video for his latest single “Go Get It.” Trouble Man coming soon. Check out the official video after the jump.
With a couple of failed singles to be completely blunt and honest. Tip has revealed to XXL some top notch collaborations on his forthcoming studio album, Trouble Man. Even though Clifford isn’t sure some of these tracks will make the final cut, he reveals the track titles for us. Awhile back, Tip also said J. [...]
Even though we expect Tip’s album, Trouble Man to be released on September 4th. T.I. reveals to MTV that he’s ready to push his eight studio album. He tells us that the album will be more aggressive and we hope gritter than this first single.
With T.I.’s latest single “Love This Life,” impacting the interwebs and radio very well, he took the time to speak on his album Trouble Man. Around the 13:20 mark, T.I. speaks on a upcoming collaboration with Drake, which could possible be produced by J. Cole. Thanks J. Cole Nation.
This appeared yesterday on the interwebs, un mastered and clean. The good folks over at Atlantic Records releases the explict version of Tip’s first official single “Love This Life.” Produced by Mars of 1500 or Nothin. Trouble Man coming soon. Purchase the single on iTunes.
Here’s the most anticipated street album from former UNC basketball star Jamla Records own GQ. The free album includes production from the very own Soul Council. Features include Rapsody, HaLo, Heather Victoria, Kevin Durant’s artist Dave East and 6th Street Records singer, Bluu Suede. Tracklisting and download link can be found after the jump!