T.I.

T.I.

Rapper, songwriter, actor, record producer
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  • He doesn't like champagne.
  • Has had beef with rappers Lil Flip and Ludacris
  • His new album 'King' debuted number 1 on Billboard 200 chart on April 4, 2006 selling over 520,000 copies. His first movie 'ATL' was rank #3.
  • One of his favorite TV shows is Friends.
  • He co-executive produced the soundtrack to the hit film Hustle and Flow and released the collection through Grand Hustle/Atlantic Records.
  • Won best rap solo song and rap/sung collaboration at the 2007 Grammy Awards.
  • Won for the best dressed man at the 2005 BET awards.
  • His sophomore album "Trap Muzik" debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 Charts while "Urban Legend" debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip- Hop Albums.
  • Is good friends with other rappers like Jay-Z, Diddy, Young Jeezy, Young Buck and B.G.
  • Won for the best street anthem from his smash hit "You Don't Know Me" at the 2005 Vibe awards.
  • Wrote lyrics for rappers Bow Wow, Diddy, and Lil Kim.
  • First album with Atlantic Records, "Trap Muzik", had 3 hit singles off of it..24's, Rubberband Man, and Lets Get Away.
  • Raised over $263,000 for rapper David Banner's "Heal the Hood" foundation
  • his group P$C (Pimp Squad Click) contains the members Mac Boney,Big Kuntry King,and AK
  • Owns New Finish Construction with his uncle, which builds and repairs homes in Atlanta's less fortunate neighborhoods
  • He originally called himself "T.I.P." but he changed his name to avoid confusion with Q-Tip
  • Co-CEO of Grand Hustle Records
  • Won "Best Male Hip-Hop Artist" at the 2006 BET Awards, and came in second place for "Viewers Choice."
  • Appeared on Forbes' "Hip Hop Cash Kings" list with $16 million in earnings. (2007)
  • has his own record label,Grand Hustle Entertainment.
  • On Urban Legend's "Why U Mad At Me," T.I. makes a reference to the legal problems that landed him in jail, and the somewhat overzealous efforts by police officers determined to make him pay his debt to society.
  • Was called by Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes "The Jay-Z of the South"
  • Won for the best street anthem from his smash hit "Rubberband Man" at the 2004 Vibe awards.
  • Started rapping at age 9, signed a record deal at 19 and released one major-label album (I'm Serious, Arista, 2001) before he joined Atlantic with his own Grand Hustle imprint.
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