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One of this summer's hottest concert series, Screamfest ?07, is a fourteen city tour that has started from August 3, 2007 and will go on till September 2, 2007 in the United States. The tour headlined by American rapper T.I. and singer Ciara features many performances from some of today's musical giants like Lloyd, T-Pain, Yung Joc and Tiffany Evans as well as special appearances by other hit stars and a few new comers.
T.I. will be supporting his upcoming T.I. vs T.I.P, scheduled to drop July 3rd and including the songs Big Things Poppin and You Know What It Is featuring Wyclef Jean.Best known by the stage name T.I., (born September 25, 1980 as Clifford Joseph Harris Jr.) the singer established himself as one of rap's greatest and most successful MCs during the early 2000s.
After his second CD Trap Muzik sold over 900,000 copies in the U.S., T.I. released Urban Legend in late 2004. Urban Legend instantly generated crossover success with the hit single Bring 'Em Out. He used a sample from Jay-Z's What More Can I Say from The Black Album to create the hook, and featured production from Ruff Ryders's producer Swizz Beatz. The album featured Trick Daddy, Nelly, Lil Jon, B.G., Mannie Fresh of the Big Tymers, Daz Dillinger, Lil' Wayne, Pharrell of the Neptunes, P$C and Lil' Kim. The album debuted at number 5, 6876 on the Billboard 200. At the beginning of 2005, T.I. enjoyed success alongside Lil' Wayne on the Destiny's Child song Soldier, which proved to be a worldwide smash hit. In 2005 he launched his own film production company called Grand Hustle Films, signed a multi-artist joint venture deal for his label with Atlantic Records, and established a music publishing deal for Grand Hustle Music with Warner Chappell. He also produced the soundtrack to the film Hustle & Flow and released the collection through Grand Hustle/Atlantic. He also did the same for the debut album of his group P$C, 25 To Life. The Grand Hustle/Atlantic set is T.I.'s second chart-topper in the past year-and-a-half; King opened at number one on the Billboard 200 with 522,000 copies in late March 2006. He has also starred in the film ATL. He is also known to go by Rubberband Man and the self-proclaimed King of the South. T.I. has a clothing line, AKOO (A King of Oneself), launching later in 2008.
The show hit an all-time high on a night at Madison Square Garden in New York City. While big-name studio collaborators like Justin Timberlake, Akon, Lil Wayne, and Ashanti made brief video appearances throughout the night to bolster sets by T.I., T-Pain, Yung Joc, and Lloyd during the 3 1/2-hour, multi-artist affair, T.I.'s coheadliner Ciara upstaged them all. She called in a very big gun to appear live: 50 Cent, who showed up during the second part of her set to perform the rap break from her hit Can't Leave 'Em Alone.