Trap Muzik

T.I. - Trap Muzik
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Based on 19 ratings
August 19, 2003 / Release Date
LP / Format
Grand Hustle, Atlantic / Label
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This is where it all started. TI, along with Gucci Mane and Jeezy, birthed the wave that continues to permeate the mainstream so deeply today. One of the best hip-hop albums of all time, and an absolutely essential record in the context of southern rap.
Overrated imo and not his best at all, however its still pretty great at times.
BEST TRACKS: Be Easy, Doin My Job, Rubberband Man
So what if T.I. needed a label to help him become mainstream?
It's a good thing for the listener after all. T.I. rose with the southern wave in the early 2000s to bring something totally different with his deep storytelling and introspective awareness, bringing both a conscience and a voice to the street life, along with slick-talking, hits, bass-heavy jams and sick beats and great production. Still holds up today, even if I don't consider it a classic.
great album no bad tracks good production, great rapping, great features all around a very dope album a southern classic.
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#37/Complex Decade

Track List

  1. Trap Muzik [Featuring Mac Boney]
  2. I Can't Quit 
  3. Be Easy
  4. No More Talk 
  5. Doin' My Job 
  6. Let's Get Away
  7. 24's
  8. Rubberband Man
  9. Look What I Got 
  10. I Still Luv You 
  11. Let Me Tell You Something
  12. T.I. vs. T.I.P. 
  13. Bezzle [Feat. Eightball & MJG, Bun B of UGK] 
  14. KingOfDaSouth 
  15. Be Better Than Me 
  16. Long Live Da Game
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