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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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Easy Come, Easy Go: Musicians Who Went Bankrupt

Kendrick Lamar's fear of losing his millions was not unfounded, the money woes were real for these stars.

Nelly Throws Jab at Floyd Mayweather for Being a Dropout

"It's kind of hard talking to a guy who hasn't graduated from high school," the "Country Grammar" rapper said, insists there is no beef.

Cartoon Rap: Music Stars as Animated Characters

Nicki Minaj and more rappers who've been drawn out for the TV screen.

T.I. Talks Paperwork , Clarifies Story Behind 'Stay'

Family Hustle star addresses whether or not Tiny is the muse for his new music and explains the title of his upcoming album with Devi Dev on 93.7's The Beat.

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Singer addresses marriage drama, her song "WTFYGD," and those pesky Floyd Mayweather affair rumors.

Poison Pen: When Ghostwriters Strike

Memphis Bleek and Nicki Minaj aren't saying anything new. No matter the real story, we aren't surprised: Ghostwriters (and ghost-producers) have been a part of the music industry since the beginning. Click on for a rundown of just some of the coun...
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