By Alyssa Debonair
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Throughout his career, T.I. has worn many hats, and the fact that he’s still popular shows he is definitely a smart man. Word has it, back in 2001, Pharrell called him the “Jay-Z of the South.” Within five years, T.I. would be working with Jay-Z.
T.I. used his mixtape popularity to build a partnership with Atlantic Records. On the heels of his comeback album release, T.I. left in search of a new partnership. For a while, T.I. was on Columbia Records and he released an album, there.
When he came to New York City, T.I. brought his Hustle Gang fam with him. At Power 105.1, he talked to Angie Martinez, and she asked him about the Cam’ron/Mase beef. She also talked to him about Meek Mill’s sentencing, 21 Savage, and much more.
Watch the entire interview below:
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