After “letting his fans down, once again,” T.I. was determined to right the wrongs he committed. Along with his new music, T.I. became a reality television star, signing on with VH1 for “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle.” In addition to the reality show, T.I. began flooding the internet with new music.
T.I. soon found himself starring opposite of Kelsey Grammar on the HBO series, “Boss,” playing a political rival. Even before appearing on “Boss,” T.I. was working on his Trouble Man album. Upon being released from prison, both T.I. and B.o.B. revealed they had new albums on the way and a joint effort.
During T.I.’s latest visit to Chicago, the Grand Hustle CEO visited “The Morning Riot” and he discussed his new TV series, his album, and much more. T.I. also discussed the top thirty rappers featured on Complex. In the interview, T.I. revealed a few of the artists he will feature on his upcoming album.
Watch the entire interview below: