Although, he has made headlines for his beef with Charleston White this week. There is another spotlight on T.I., this time in reference to the music. The Atlanta legend named his top five Atlanta Hip Hop albums. He was on the show, Fresh Pair, where he discussed this topic with hosts Katty Customs and Just Blaze. The self-proclaimed “King of the South” named OutKast, Goodie Mob, Young Thug, Future, and 21 Savage to have the top five Atlanta albums.
Tip’s Top 5
To our surprise, TIP did not name any of his albums in his list. Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik by OutKast, Soul Food by Goodie Mob, Slime Season by Young Thug, Dirty Sprite by Future, and I am > I was by 21 Savage all are near and dear to the 42-year-old rapper’s heart. We all know T.I. is no slouch himself. He has released 11 studio albums; in which 3 straight years he had the #1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. This includes King in 2006, T.I. vs. T.I.P in 2007, and Paper Trail in 2008. The Grammy winning rapper has also racked up four #1 singles on the Billboard 100 chart. This includes ‘Whatever You Like’, ‘My Love’, ‘Blurred Lines’, and ‘Live Your Life’. He definitely has the right to include one of his projects in this discussion. I get it, I guess he is just being humble.
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Fresh Pair is a new show by UpRoxx where sneakerhead Katty Customs and legendary producer Just Blaze talk with some of the biggest stars in hip hop. They discuss music, culture, sneakers, and fashion. Recently, The Game was on an episode and the hosts asked him to name his top five Los Angeles rap albums. The Compton rapper named The Chronic, Doggystyle, The Documentary, good kid, m.A.A.d city, and Death Certificate on his list. Of course, The Game included himself and I don’t blame him.
Written By: Brandon Simmons