King of the South T.I. is on a heavy promotional trail for his upcoming album Trouble Man. The album, which is due to hit stores on December 18th, was rumored to have a slew of guests featured. T.I. sat down with Fuse TV and confirmed collaborations with Andre 3000, Pink, Cee-Lo Green, and R. Kelly, amongst others.
Tip revealed, “One of my proudest moments as an artist was when I got to collaborate with 3000. This is a record that has been in the works for probably about six years now, and we finally got around to doing it and the record is called ‘Sorry.’ It’s a phenomenal tune. He’s phenomenal. I got a record with Pink called ‘Guns and Roses,’ it’s a dope joint. I got a record with A$AP Rocky called ‘Wild Side.’ Cee-Lo and R. Kelly, those are two other collaborations I’m very proud of.”
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The trap rapper also named the lead single from the project. T.I.’s first single will be the Lil Wayne assisted “Ball.” It’s supposed to impact radio in the next three to four weeks. He also talked about the sound of the project. Tip said Trouble Man is a mix of old sounds and innovative creative ideas.
Check out the Fuse TV interview below. Are you hyped for Trouble Man to drop?