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T.I.

Rapper, Actor, Entrepreneur Some doubted Atlanta rapper Clifford "Tip" Harris when he came out in 2001 calling himself "King of the South," but he soon backed up his big claims, putting a sound called "Trap Muzik" on the map. Despite his brushes with the law, T.I. became a true urban legend, expanding into acting and establishing the Grand Hustle production company and A.K.O.O. clothing line. Through all his trials and tribulations, his wife and family have stood by his side, awaiting the return of the King, as evident on his hit reality show T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. Tip is currently working on his ninth LP, Paperwork: The Motion Picture, the follow-up to 2012's Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head.

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T.I. Confirms ATL Sequel With Instagram Post

The original film was released nearly a decade ago.

Cam Newton Was on Stage With Jeezy During Nightclub Shooting

Carolina Panthers quarterback seen on video scrambling following gunfire.

Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Made $16 Million

Trial reveals how much singer made from 2013 hit single.

Marvin Gaye’s Family: 'Blurred Lines' Jury Is Being Poisoned

Court proceedings enter a second week, attorney files motion over distinction between song recording and sheet music.

Hugh Jackman on Police Brutality and Rapping With T.I.

Chappie star talks his new film and his hip hop moniker.

Celebrities: Hugh Jackman: My Rapper Name Would Be H-Jack

The actor on his latest movie and hip hop. (3/1/2015)
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