On September 4th, T.I. will be releasing his highly anticipated Trouble Man album. Now, in a recent interview with Shade45′s DJ Whoo Kid, the rapper reveals some of the guest that may end up as features on the final cut of his album.
Although T.I. has not yet finalized the track list for Trouble Man, TIP revealed that he has recorded tracks with Andre 3000, Kanye West and Young Jeezy. Possible other guest features include Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Santigold.
“I’ve got records with [Young] Jeezy,” he said. “I’ve got this one record with me, Jeezy and Rocko called ‘Dope Boy Academy.’ I don’t know if it’s necessarily gonna make the album or if I just want to save it for another album, I don’t know…I’ve got a record with Kanye [West], too. When you do records with Kanye, you do the record initially, then you go back to it and try to perfect some things that you feel you could’ve done better, so I’m in phase two of that because when you send it back to him and he does the production different, it’s gonna be a problem. I’ve got a record with [Andre] 3000, that’s a problem for me. We was in the studio together.”
“[I want to work with] Katy Perry, and I want to try to find something I can do with Santigold as well. I’m trying to stay diversified. I’m trying to remain just the guy who will shock the shit out of you with who he’s on a record with. Bruno Mars, I wanna work with him.”
Check out the full interview below, courtesy of MrX.
First off, we really dig Kanye West‘s “Theraflu” track that debuted back in April but the thing is he encountered some issues with the makers of Theraflu so the rapper changed the name to “Way Too Cold“. Now, Kanye decided to keep it simple and just name the track “Cold”. So low and behold, Kanye’s new cover art of “Cold“.
Jay-Z and Kanye West team up to serve us all an incredible visual off their joint project Watch The Throne. The rap duo recruit Romain Gavras, to fill in the director’s role, whose recent work was that of M.I.A.’s “Bad Girls,”.
The video that is without Jay-Z or Kanye West features scenes of chaos, violence and conflict. We really love this clip.
Filmmaker Ruth Hogben collaborates with award-winning musician Kanye West to create a film for his single Lost in the World. The song, which features Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, is taken from West’s fifth album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Hogben’s piece breaks the mould of popular rap aesthetics while still celebrating the extraordinary talent that has made West a modern icon.
Following massive success as well as uproar from their latest collaboration on the “Theraflu” track also known as “Way Too Cold“, DJ Khaled has revealed that he has another record with Kanye West coming soon.
Although details were scarce, he says the song will appear on his upcoming album, Kiss The Ring.
Two days ago, a student part of a production team leaked some info to Doha News of the Kanye West filming a music video in Doha with with Kid Cudi.
“The whole thing was pretty top-secret, It was interesting to see exactly how music videos were produced and how many takes they have to take,” he said, adding that the models’ attire was “culturally sensitive.”
Seems like the two were not alone because other members of the G.O.O.D. Music family also traveled to the Middle East. Teyana Taylor tweetedabout it and Virgil also tweeted “desert” but then later on deleted it. Pusha T also publicly conversed with Hit-Boy about getting on a “long flight”.
Kanye West has been definitely working hard recently and hit the studio with countless artists. He was recently spotted with Jadakiss and a huge group consisting of Diplo, Hit-Boy, ASAP Rocky, among many others. From the image above we can see that Future is the next in line to work on some new music. No official word on what this session will bring, but something for sure is in the making with all the talent coming in and out of his studio.
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