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So out of respect and just the legendary reputation and career that preceded that situation, I definitely conceded. And KP, who signed me to La Face, he just said, 'OK, look man, how about T. ' Cause on this one record I had, it was like, 'T-I-P.' I was like, 'Wait a minute, wait a minute. The production for I'm Serious, was handled by The Neptunes, DJ Toomp, Madvac and The Grand Hustle Team. claims to be the king of the South, but fails to show and prove. If his talent ever matches his confidence, he may be headed for stardom." He resurfaced in the summer of 2003, appearing on fellow Atlanta-based rapper and former label-mate Bone Crusher's hit single, "Never Scared." His mixtapes and mainstream exposure from "Never Scared", eventually recaptured major label attention and T. The album features guest appearances from 8Ball & MJG, Jazze Pha, Bun B and Mac Boney; and was produced by Jazze Pha, Kanye West, David Banner, Madvac and DJ Toomp. My problem, or conflict, at the time, was now this is what I've been called all my life, what do I change my name to? Despite the album's guests appearances and production team, the album peaked at number 98 and only sold 163,000 copies in the United States. Upon its release, Trap Muzik received generally favorable reviews from most music critics, who generally regarded it as a major improvement over his debut album, I'm Serious. The lead single from the album was "Big Shit Poppin' (Do It)," which was produced by Mannie Fresh and was released to radio stations on April 17, 2007. King earned numerous awards and nominations including a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rap Album. He was also featured on newly signed Grand Hustle artist Young Dro's debut single "Shoulder Lean", which reached the top ten on the U. "I'm Flexin" peaked at number sixty-six on Billboard Hot 100, while "F. In a previous interview with Rolling Stone; he said he was debating between two titles, Trouble Man and Kill the King. released a mixtape entitled, Fuck da City Up on New Year's Day. B responded: "The joint album, it actually started as a joke. E." peaked at number sixty-seven on Billboard Hip Hop/R&B. Later that day, he released the second promotional single, "Here Ye, Hear Ye" featuring Pharrell Williams under the alias Sk8brd. He was also featured on southern rapper Future's second single "Magic", taken from his debut studio album Pluto, which was the first song he hopped on after his release from prison according to Future. The title was partly inspired by Marvin Gaye's 1972 song of the same name, he revealed on Billboard. It's probably harder than most of the shit that's coming out right now." Shortly before Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head was released, T. announced he would release the sequel as his next album, titled Trouble Man II: He Who Wears the Crown. 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 arrest was made in the parking lot of a downtown shopping center, which a witness identified as the Walgreens drug store at the corner of North and Piedmont Avenues. According to federal officials, the witness had been cooperating with authorities a few days prior to the T. arrest, when the cooperating witness was arrested on charges of trying to purchase guns from a federal agent. The single peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100. appeared as himself on an episode of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. has dedicated several songs to Johnson, from the single version of "Live in the Sky" to his more recent hit "Dead and Gone" where Johnson's grave can be seen in the video. Harris has also starred in the American reality television series T. The people who had to market, promote, and, you know, just spread the word on it communicated that it was somewhat difficult or confusing to have two Tips in one building. So at that point we had to come to some sort of a resolution. The album features guest appearances from his Southern hip hop group P$C, Jazze Pha, Too Short, Bone Crusher, Lil Jon, Pastor Troy and Young Blood Z, as well as Pharrell Williams of American record production team The Neptunes (who called him "the Jay-Z of the South"),. It spawned the singles "24s", "Be Easy", "Rubberband Man" and "Let's Get Away". On October 6, "Hell of a Life" was released digitally and went on to peak at number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100. On the episode, he took the comedian to Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles in LA and gave her a lesson on how to "swagger." On November 21, 2008, T. testified in the murder trial of a member of his entourage and a close friend, Philant Johnson (1980–2006), who was murdered in a shooting that occurred after a post-concert party at a club in Cincinnati.
Harris has served two terms in county jail, twice for probation violations and a federal prison bid for a U. Harris has also had a successful acting career, starring in the films ATL, Takers, Get Hard, Identity Thief, and Ant-Man. In 2009, Billboard ranked him as the 27th Artist of the 2000s decade. Kawan "KP" Prather, a record executive, discovered T. and then signed him to his record label Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment. The album spawned the eponymous single, which featured Jamaican reggae artist Beenie Man. I.'s debut single, "I'm Serious," was released on June 26, 2001. sold 468,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen Sound Scan, and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. I.'s second chart-topper in a row: King opened at number one on the Billboard 200 with 522,000 copies in late March 2006. He was charged with two felonies — possession of three unregistered machine guns and two silencers, and possession of firearms by a convicted felon. was arrested after allegedly trying to purchase the guns from a "cooperating witness" with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. During the 51st Grammy Awards, he was nominated for four Grammy Awards, eventually winning Best Rap Performance by a Duo Or a Group for "Swagga Like Us". I.'s sixth studio album, "Paper Trail", but the re-release was eventually shelved.
In 2006, after appearing in an Atlanta court on (May 10) and having charges that he threatened a man outside a strip club last year dropped for lack of evidence, T. was arrested on an outstanding probation violation warrant from Florida. The album's lead single, "Bring Em Out", which was produced by Swizz Beatz, was released in January 2005 and became T.
I.'s first top ten hit, peaking at number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100, while the second single "U Don't Know Me" peaked at number twenty-three on the US Billboard Hot 100.
His third single "ASAP" reached number 75 on the US charts, In September 2005, T. teamed up with his Pimp $quad Click (P$C) cohorts, Big Kuntry King, Mac Boney, C-Rod and AK, to release P$C's debut studio album, 25 to Life.
The album, which was preceded by several self-released mixtapes by P$C, peaked at number 10 on the US Billboard 200 chart. collaborated with Justin Timberlake for "My Love," which proved to be a worldwide hit, and won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Timberlake at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards and also won Best Male Hip-Hop Artist at the BET Awards for the second straight time. received two Grammy Award nominations for Best Song Collaboration ("Soldier" w/ Destiny's Child & Lil Wayne) and Best Rap Solo Performance for "U Don't Know Me" at the 48th Grammy Awards ceremony.