“I’m Ready To Get The Hell Outta Here…” T.I. Just Announced His Final Album, ‘Kill The King’
Like most seasoned vets in Hip-Hop, the King of the South himself, T.I. has just announced that he is ready to ride out into the sunset and leave music in the rearview. During his recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Tip announced that his next album will be his last as he has decided to retire.
The Grand Hustle recording artist has been holding his seat on the throne for 17 years now, coming onto the scene in 2001 after signing a his first record deal with Arista in 1999. Over the years, T.I. has ascended to the highest of highs and the lowest of lows that come with the entertainment business; however, has established himself as a public figure with a net worth of $50 million.
Along with announcing his retirement, T.I. also announced the name of his upcoming finale, creatively-titled, ‘Kill The King’. Explaining to DJ Envy, Charlamagne the God, and Angela Yee the concept being using the chess analogy of in chess, object is to kill the king, when you make yourself a king, you make yourself a target. T.I. also mentioned that before ‘Kill The King’ he does have two more conceptual projects dropping that will carter to fans of certain aspects of T.I. like Trap Muzik and “Why You Wanna”.
Also throughout the interview, T.I. talks The Family Hustle, his recent stage incident, and his new socially conscious album.
T.I. confirmed that him and Jeezy’s long-awaited joint album titled, ‘Dope Boy’ on the way still after T.I. drops his next project. Are we ready to see the King of the South end his music career? Check out the complete interview above.
Afterward, make sure you checkout T.I.’s politically-charged latest project, ‘Us or Else: Letter To The System’, available now on exclusively on Tidal.