Clifford Harris, Jr., more commonly known as T.I., is one of Atlanta hip hop's most talented and successful rappers. T.I. has released six hit albums in only eight years, and his tour dates (especially his "farewell" dates) have become some of the most popular in hip hop today. T.I.'s latest release, No Mercy has topped the rap charts and already been certified gold, despite the fact that the album was released while the rapper was in prison. As T.I. finds himself in jail once again, there probably won't be any 2011 tour dates until he's released in September, but fans can enjoy the recently release single, "We Don't Get Down Like Y'all."
At the age of 21, T.I. released his debut album, I'm Serious; though the album was a flop, he would experience exponentially more success with the release of Trap Muzik in 2003. The album was well received by music critics and quickly went platinum thanks to singles like "24's" and "Rubberband Man." T.I. scored another hit with King in 2006, with the album topping the charts and winning a two Grammys. This lead to headlining tour dates that would thrill fans as the rapper went in and out of jail. T.I.'s follow-up album, Paper Trail did similarly well and the artist won his third Grammy for the hit single "Swagga Like Us", which also featured Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Lil' Wayne.
While there won't be any summer tour dates for T.I. in 2011, he has stated that he will be releasing an album soon "to hold y'all over till I get back in action." A precursor to that is the recently released song "We Don't Get Down Like Y'all", which features B.o.B. and can be found on T.I.'s website. Be sure to check Eventful for all the tour date info once the rapper gets out.
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