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He also announced on Chelsea Lately, that he would be releasing his own signature brand of the liquor. Cole, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, Daft Punk, Madonna and of course, Jay Z.
announced he joined subscription-based music streaming service TIDAL, as an artist-owner, making him the 19th of his kind, and in company with artists such as J.
I.'s label imprint Grand Hustle, under the aegis of Atlantic Records. I.'s fourth album, King, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the first half of 2006, selling 522,000 copies in its first week. The album also spawned the singles, "Why You Wanna," "Live in the Sky," and a remix of "Top Back," which was also included on the Grand Hustle compilation album Grand Hustle Presents: In da Streetz Volume 4.
King earned numerous awards and nominations including a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rap Album.
had also met with Sony, who offered him million, and spoke with Universal later that week. I., the Cee Lo Green-featured song was selected due to its heavy radio play. On August 20, 2014, one day after speaking out on America in his online treatise about Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, T. released a new song titled "New National Anthem." The song, which features vocals from American singer-songwriter Skylar Grey, includes socially conscious lyrics centered on racism and injustice. reiterated that he would like to be known as Tip, moving forward in his career: "We made a conscious decision to have a lot more faith in the [label] operations of our art early on. Just know that whenever you see The Chief [logo] on the project, it’s gonna be absolute pandemonium." In February 2017, during an interview with The Breakfast Club radio show, T. revealed he would retire from making music after three more solo albums: "I'm ready to get the hell outta here, though. The hopefuls serve up big deals and even bigger doses of drama each week, en route to one being crowned the Grand Hustler." T. has also served as an executive producer for several projects other than his own, including New Orleans-based rapper B. also served as a ghostwriter and assisting songwriter, for several artists, such as Bow Wow, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Dr.
told Rap-Up that he was already 60-70% completed with Trouble Man II: He Who Wears the Crown. The music video for "About the Money", directed by T. and Kennedy Rothchild, was released on June 2, 2014. Since its release "No Mediocre" reached number 33 on the Hot 100 chart and was certified platinum by the RIAA. In an October 2017 interview with Hip Hop DX, when asked about Grand Hustle Records' upcoming albums, TIP answered with: "We Want Smoke is out, and then Translee is coming out on November 27, and Booke is October 27, and you can wait until December 18 for mine. Takers debuted at number one at the American box office at .5 million in its opening weekend. Set in Atlanta, this reality competition series features 16 men and women competing in various challenges for the coveted position, with a six-figure salary, within Tip's multimillion-dollar company, which he built from the ground up.
He is also a published author, having written two novels Power & Beauty (2011) and Trouble & Triumph (2012), both of which were released to moderate success. We were both on Arista and we was trying to release my first album. The single received little airplay and failed to chart. The album included guest performances from Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, Wyclef Jean, Nelly, and Eminem, and production by Eminem, Jeff Bass, Mannie Fresh, Grand Hustle, The Runners, Just Blaze, Wyclef Jean and Danja. The official lead single was "Whatever You Like," released in July 2008, and became the most successful single of his career up until that point, breaking the record for the highest jump to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, jumping from number 71 to number one and also becoming T. The third single was "Swing Ya Rag" which featured vocals and production from Swizz Beatz. The title of the album refers to the lyrics he had written down on paper. With the third single "Live Your Life" featuring Rihanna, T. broke his own record on the Billboard Hot 100 when it jumped from number 80 to the number one. further defended his decision to release a mixtape by saying: "I already have 60, 70 songs. He recorded collaborations with Trey Songz and Usher. "Usher and Tip, two Atlanta natives," Rico Love told and Tiny: The Family Hustle was renewed for a second season, which aired on September 3. Another promotional single off Trouble Man, entitled "Go Get It" was released on July 17. appeared on 106 & Park to promote his book "Trouble & Triumph", a sequel to his previous novel "Power & Beauty". He later released a new song "Trap Back Jumpin'", which he premiered during his visit on Angie Martinez's radio show. By: Amanda Anderson-Niles R&B singer and actress Le Toya Luckett is a newlywed with a baby on the way. She and her growing family are making appearances on “T. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle.” The show premieres next Monday on VH1 after “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood.” While promoting the show via an interview with the network, Le Toya revealed that she actually has a romantic past with TI. Throughout his career, Harris has also released several highly successful singles, including Billboard Hot 100 number one hits "Whatever You Like" and "Live Your Life", the later replaced the former atop the chart and helped Harris join a select group of artists to replace themselves at number one and simultaneously occupy the top two positions . Harris' sixth album, Paper Trail (2008), became his most successful project, with the album being certified gold for first-week sales of over 500,000 copies in the United States, additionally making it his third consecutive number one album. made appearances on The Howard Stern Show and The View to promote his new novel, Power & Beauty: A Love Story of Life on the Streets and discuss other issues involving his time in prison. appeared on several remixes including; "Spend It" by 2 Chainz, "Sleazy" by Kesha, "Niggas in Paris" with Jay-Z and Kanye West, "Hard White (Up in the Club)" by Yelawolf also featuring Slaughterhouse, "Ima Boss" by Meek Mill alongside a freestyle over Drake's "Headlines", and Lil Wayne's "She Will". revealed the title of his eighth studio album to be Trouble Man. recording more material than needed, being cited by T. It was released through San Francisco's Empire Distribution and T. Although the track failed to appear on Trouble Man, due to sample-clearance issues, it was released as the lead single from the Hustle Gang compilation album. The song quickly became a worldwide hit and peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making it T. The song has also reached number one in 13 countries, including the United Kingdom and Germany. While he didn't reveal many album specifics, he did promise a project that would make whoever decides to distribute the album very "happy": "I've been working on this one since the last one dropped. would be featured on American pop star Lady Gaga's album ARTPOP, on the song "Jewels n' Drugs", alongside fellow American rappers Too Short and Twista. was also featured on British singer Cher Lloyd's single "I Wish", which was released in September 2013. He stated: "Since we started working on the project and the project started has taken a different shape, I think we're going to postpone that title. I got a couple of things in mind." He still plans to release the sequel to Trouble Man, however, he said: "All I'ma say is, it's gonna be a motion picture, it's gonna be a theatrical-worthy title. The other cast members included Lauren London, Antwan Patton, Evan Ross, Mykelti Williamson, Jason Weaver and Keith David. & Tiny: The Family Hustle premiered on Vh1, after the first full episodes were leaked onto the internet. After the release of his hit single "Top Back", Chevrolet secured an endorsement deal with T. earlier in 2007, to promote their line of cars, with a focus on the new Impala. had an endorsement with a social networking website focusing on the hip-hop culture named Street appeared alongside Pharrell, on Robin Thicke's lead single "Blurred Lines" from his album of the same name. spoke on his then-upcoming album, Trouble Man II: He Who Wears the Crown. revealed although he had originally planned to release Trouble Man II, since getting into the studio with the album's executive producer, Pharrell Williams, he had a change of heart. And the one after that, it’s gonna be more like a, uh, love as it pertains to a dope boy. All those of these projects could very well come into fruition." In 2006, T. starred in his first film, ATL, which was loosely based on the rapper's life growing up in Atlanta and attending a skating rink called "Cascade". The club also hosts weekly events such as Monday night Open Mic Night, Free Fridays, and Celebrity Saturdays, where local hip-hop artists are known to come perform their songs at the club.
In the video, a man wearing a shirt which said "Trap House" was being beaten. I.'s label, Atlantic Records) with Ludacris' manager Chaka Zulu. While accepting the award for Best Hip-Hop Artist at the 2007 BET Awards T. apologized for the incident, saying "they say it's a fine line between brilliance and insanity," in an apparent reference to his troublesome alter ego, T.