T.I. is getting ready to turn some heads on his 10th studio album.
T.I. has been quietly finessing his 10th studio album The Dime Trap. After several botched attempts at finding a passable thread, T.I has finally commenced his album rollout for the aforementioned title. At midnight, two fully pressed singles will indubitably put any doubts to rest, the first of which, “Jefe” will also mark an active for Meek Mill, whose been solely focused on his extensive tour of the media. The second single, “Wraith” with Yo Gotti, is by all accounts a fairly straightforward Trap record that wouldn’t sound out of place 3 years from now, or 6 years in the past, give or take your patience for change.Yo Gotti creates grounds for an “infallibility contest” he seems to think he’s already won. Having already cemented his place in the “Trap origin debate,” T.I. is largely satisfied with his current self, what with all social media traffic falling his way. All in all, T.I. offers fans a familiar dose of his objective reality, over two completely distinct rap styles. How do you feel about “Wraith?” Comment below.
A lot of rappers I don’t talk about ’em
OG n***** ain’t gon post they just talk aloud
God body, got a problem?
Go to war about it.
Have a problem understanding your logic.