By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Last week, T.I. was all over the place, promoting Dime Trap, his tenth album. This time around, T.I. partnered with Epic Records for the album, after previously working with Columbia Records. Most remember, in 2012, he left Atlantic Records, his longtime label home.
Once T.I. finished his deal with Atlantic, he began searching for a strategic partner for Grand Hustle. No company came forward with the deal he was looking for, so he has deals with several labels. Ahead of this album, he also did a deal with BET for a show.
T.I. stopped by Hot 97, last week, talking with Ebro, Rosenberg, and Laura Stylez. They talked about Kanye West, who was back at it with the outrageous comments. He also spoke on Tiny, his own legal issues, and the album, of course.
Watch the entire interview below: