Two days since the release of Strange Clouds and the fans cannot get enough of B.o.B. During an interview following the release of the album, B.o.B. said he wanted to release this album as soon as he released his debut. Last fall, B.o.B. announced he was close to the completion of his second album, but things were pushed back when T.I. was released from prison.
When T.I. was freed, he began releasing new music on the spot and B.o.B. was right there with them. The two closed out 2011 as two of the hottest Atlanta rappers. As the two began releasing more music together, there were rumors of the two doing more work. B.o.B. revealed a mid-winter release date for Strange Clouds, T.I. revealed a spring release date for Trouble Man, and the two announced their own joint album.
Recently, T.I. and B.o.B. spoke with Atlanta’s V103 about Strange Clouds. B.o.B. called “Arena,” which features T.I. and Chris Brown “Tip hop,” as opposed to hip hop. Meanwhile, T.I. said all he tries to do is keep up with the youngster, referring to B.o.B. T.I. said he tries to give B.o.B. the proper creative space and he steps in when needed, but he usually lets him do his own thing.