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Trap Muzik
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T.i. Vs T.i.p.
$14.98
No Mercy
$11.98
DIME TRAP
$11.99
I'm Serious
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T.I.'s tour

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T.I. at Edmonton, AB in Kinsmen Park 2023
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Fan Reviews

Laze dimovski
January 8th 2024
Forse Forse I perché perché perché tuoi non non ti fanno ti fanno male male e non ti fanno male le gambe e non le fai mai mai mai più male di te stessa stessa o stessa cosa cosa ti dico io io quando ti dico ti dico le cose
Auckland, New Zealand@
North Harbour Domain
Saralyn
August 16th 2023
Amazing! And not only did I ride the elevator with him - he stayed across the hall from us!! 🤩
Davenport, IA@
Rhythm City Casino Resort
Brian
July 10th 2023
Kind of a letdown. To be honest. He sang over his own vocals the whole time and made no attempt to sing all the words lol
Henderson, NV@
M Resort Spa Casino
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About T.I.

Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr. (born September 25, 1980), better known by his stage name T.I., and also by his alter ego T.I.P., is an American rapper, songwriter, actor, philanthropist, and executive producer as well as the co-CEO of Grand Hustle Records.

T.I. was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in the Bankhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Violetta Morgan and Clifford Harris Sr. His original stage name, T.I.P., stems from his childhood nickname "Tip", which he got from his grandfather. T.I. was first exposed to hip-hop at the age of seven, and by the time he was 11 he had decided to pursue a career in rap seriously; he signed his first record deal at age 19.

Due to his Southern drawl, many fans mistook his name for "Chip", so he began spelling it out "T.I.P". Upon signing with Arista Records subsidiary LaFace Records in 2001, he shortened his name to T.I. out of respect for label mate Q-Tip.

He is also known to go by "Rubberband Man" and the self-proclaimed "King of the South" (which has created several cases of controversy between other southern rappers, such as Lil' Flip and Ludacris). T.I. wrote about 30% percent of Bow Wow's third album Unleashed as well the third verse and chorus to "Let's Get Down".[1] He has written lyrics for other artists such as Diddy and Trina.

T.I. is known for his rapid-fire delivery of lyrics. There has been some noticeable change in the way he delivers his lyrics throughout his career. Earlier on, he flowed in a slow-like, southern fashion which can be heard in songs like "I'm Serious", "24's" and "Never Scared". In the second era of his career, he sounded more relaxed and laid back (ex. "Bring Em Out", "Soldier", "What You Know", "U Don't Know Me" & "ASAP"). Later on in his career, his flow went from a slow and drowsy effect (ex. "Top Back" and "Drive Slow") to a faster flow which can be heard in "We Takin Over", Touch, "My Love", "Make It Rain Remix" and "I'm a Flirt remix".
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Genres:
Rap, Hip-hop, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to T.I. to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of T.I.

T.I. at Edmonton, AB in Kinsmen Park 2023
View All Photos

T.I. merch
amazonview store

Trap Muzik
$62.46
T.i. Vs T.i.p.
$14.98
No Mercy
$11.98
DIME TRAP
$11.99
I'm Serious
$7.98
View All
T.I.'s tour

Fan Reviews

Laze dimovski
January 8th 2024
Forse Forse I perché perché perché tuoi non non ti fanno ti fanno male male e non ti fanno male le gambe e non le fai mai mai mai più male di te stessa stessa o stessa cosa cosa ti dico io io quando ti dico ti dico le cose
Auckland, New Zealand@
North Harbour Domain
Saralyn
August 16th 2023
Amazing! And not only did I ride the elevator with him - he stayed across the hall from us!! 🤩
Davenport, IA@
Rhythm City Casino Resort
Brian
July 10th 2023
Kind of a letdown. To be honest. He sang over his own vocals the whole time and made no attempt to sing all the words lol
Henderson, NV@
M Resort Spa Casino
View More Fan Reviews

About T.I.

Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr. (born September 25, 1980), better known by his stage name T.I., and also by his alter ego T.I.P., is an American rapper, songwriter, actor, philanthropist, and executive producer as well as the co-CEO of Grand Hustle Records.

T.I. was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in the Bankhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Violetta Morgan and Clifford Harris Sr. His original stage name, T.I.P., stems from his childhood nickname "Tip", which he got from his grandfather. T.I. was first exposed to hip-hop at the age of seven, and by the time he was 11 he had decided to pursue a career in rap seriously; he signed his first record deal at age 19.

Due to his Southern drawl, many fans mistook his name for "Chip", so he began spelling it out "T.I.P". Upon signing with Arista Records subsidiary LaFace Records in 2001, he shortened his name to T.I. out of respect for label mate Q-Tip.

He is also known to go by "Rubberband Man" and the self-proclaimed "King of the South" (which has created several cases of controversy between other southern rappers, such as Lil' Flip and Ludacris). T.I. wrote about 30% percent of Bow Wow's third album Unleashed as well the third verse and chorus to "Let's Get Down".[1] He has written lyrics for other artists such as Diddy and Trina.

T.I. is known for his rapid-fire delivery of lyrics. There has been some noticeable change in the way he delivers his lyrics throughout his career. Earlier on, he flowed in a slow-like, southern fashion which can be heard in songs like "I'm Serious", "24's" and "Never Scared". In the second era of his career, he sounded more relaxed and laid back (ex. "Bring Em Out", "Soldier", "What You Know", "U Don't Know Me" & "ASAP"). Later on in his career, his flow went from a slow and drowsy effect (ex. "Top Back" and "Drive Slow") to a faster flow which can be heard in "We Takin Over", Touch, "My Love", "Make It Rain Remix" and "I'm a Flirt remix".
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Genres:
Rap, Hip-hop, Hip Hop
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

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