||Explicit56 Bars (Intro)||T.I.||3:04||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitI'm Illy||T.I.||4:06||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitReady for Whatever||T.I.||5:12||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitOn Top of the World||T.I.||5:00||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitLive Your Life (feat. Rihanna)||T.I.||5:38||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWhatever You Like||T.I.||4:09||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitNo Matter What||T.I.||5:15||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMy Life Your Entertainment (feat. Usher)||T.I.||4:56||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitP**n Star||T.I.||3:31||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSwing Ya Rag (feat. Swizz Beatz)||T.I.||3:18||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWhat Up, What's Haapnin'?||T.I.||5:01||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEvery Chance I Get||T.I.||4:49||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSwagga Like Us (feat. Jay-Z, Kanye West & Lil' Wayne)||T.I.||5:27||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSlide Show (feat. John Legend)||T.I.||3:42||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitYou Ain't Missin' Nothing||T.I.||5:10||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDead and Gone (feat. Justin Timberlake)||T.I.||4:59||12,00 kr||View in iTunes|
Recorded while T.I. was under house arrest on pending gun charges, Paper Trail is split between songs that address two distinct objectives. “No Matter What” and “My Life, Your Entertainment” allow T.I. to speak candidly to his audience about his stress, his mistakes, and his anger as an impending prison sentence looms over him. Just as importantly, “Live Your Life” and “Whatever You Like” are memorable radio spectacles designed to bring the masses on board and keep them there, at least until T.I.’s legal woes subside. While the storming “Swagga Like Us” and the extravagant “What Up, What’s Haapnin’” are the songs that will sell Paper Trail, the album’s heart and soul rest with the tracks on which T.I. bares his soul. On “Ready For Whatever,” he admits his own guilt, and confides: “500,000 every year spent on security / My future was bright but now its getting’ blurry.” Conventional wisdom says that during a crisis pop stars should keep up their guard and make like nothing’s wrong, but Paper Trail is at its most compelling when T.I. is confessing his vulnerability in the face of all that plagues him.
Not exactly T.I. vs T.I.P.
T.I. as a rapper is outstanding, and one of the best in the biz. But when it comes to the beats and feeling of this album it's really not the greatest. The flow and the lyrics in the album is so much better than your average rapper. Saying like Lil Wayne or Game, and even Kanye. That in a perspective of rhyming, not beat and the solidness. Bottom line is when an album lacks beat, it really can't be that good no matter what. There is a few hot bangers on the album but it's really not that solid and good as his previous album. "My new name is featuring Lil Wayne" A punchline Lil Wayne has on one of the songs on Scarface's new album, and that's shows that Wayne's quality in his rapping, is not on the same level as T.I. Wayne features to much, T.I. does not. That makes T.I. lyricly one of the greatest. With som killer beats it would've been outstanding!
Album of the year
This is the hip-hop album of the year. It is not t.i. Gangsta style but it is some great music on it.
Born: 25 September 1980 in Atlanta, GA
Years Active: '00s, '10s