Atlanta rap star T.I. sits down to discuss his upcoming ‘Trouble Man,’ and expresses that working with Andre 3000 was “one of the proudest moments as an artist.”
Just yesterday T.I. confirmed that his upcoming Trouble Man album would be released on December 18th, so now it’s time for Tip to start promoting the project with plenty of interview and appearances. In his latest interview with FUSE, T.I. describes what it was like to work with Outkast member Andre 3000, explaining that the single was 6 years in the making.
“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,” he revealed. “I got a record with P!nk 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.”
As we head into October, T.I. plans to turn the heat up on the promotion by releasing a new single with Lil Wayne, that he announced would be releasing in “the next three or four weeks.”
Check out the interview below.