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Here comes the most entertaining events of all. A concert that is packed with high energy and excitement as it brings together two of the most rocking Hip-Hop artists of these times T.I and T Pain.
The two Kings of the Rap are joining hands to create a magical experience for all the music buffs and concert lovers. We all remember the 2008 BET Hip Hop Awards where T.I. and T-PAIN surprised us all with their unexpected appearances.
The current T.I and T Pain concert is even more surprising and pleasuring as the two guarantee a crazy evening with unstoppable music. This would be a night worth waiting for. So while you keep waiting, we give you a sneak peak on the lives and work of these two popular Hip-Hop rockers.
Some call him King of the South some call him Rubberband Man, his birth name is Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. and he is everything a man can desire to be. He is none other than T.I?one of the hip-hop standard bearers of these times. Enjoying the status of the top-notch Hip-Hop artist, he also makes headlines as a smart businessman, fashion icon and future Hollywood A-Lister. This is what we call all-in-one package.
T.I. was born in 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia which makes him a Native American descent. Lovingly called TIP at home, he started rapping when he was only nine years old. His passion for Rap music continued to grow with his age and at nineteen, he formally made his music debut. T.I. released his 2001 debut LP I'm Serious that gained him a handsome fan base, good record sales and critical acclaim that continues to flow today as well.
Before the release of this album, he changed his earlier taken name T.I.P to simply T.I. in order to avoid confusion with other artist. Once the album was released, the name T.I became a favorite name of music fanatics and he joined Atlantic Records to get more exposure and more bucks.
While Pharrell Williams dubbed him the Jay-Z of the South, his second sophomore album Trap Muzik rocked the nation with blockbuster singles like Let's Get Away, Be Easy and Rubber Band Man, the last one becoming his pet name by his fans. While T.I. made it into the top five of the Billboard 200 Charts with this album, his next titled Urban Legend debuted at number 1 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip- Hop Charts. Released in 2004, the album yielded the hits Bring 'Em Out, U Don't Know Me and ASAP.
While the Rubber Band Man was flying high with his success in the music industry, it was his fourth album that made him The King Of The South. Incidentally titled King, the album stood proud as one of the top-selling hip-hop albums of 2006 selling over 520,000 copies.
Singles like What You Know, Why You Wanna and Top Back became instant hits and made him the most sought-after name in the Hip Hop music. The King returned in 2008 with his sixth album 'Paper Trail' that climbed from number 71 to number 1 in a single week on the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to the rocking single Whatever You Like.
One album that should not be missed from the list of T.Is proud productions is the fantastic T.I. vs. TIP that finds the rap icon at the top of lyrical skills. The album is broken into three parts. Songs by Tip open up the opus, then records by T.I. take center stage. This album provided the listeners one of the epic infighting matches ever, as both T.I. and Tip are featured together.
This brings us to remember his other musical collaborations and cameos that have been dominating radio and music video outlets and fans hearts for so long. Some of the most memorable of these appearances include Justin Timberlake's Grammy-winning single My Love and the one alongside T-Pain on R. Kelly's I'm a Flirt (Remix).
A man of many talents, T.I. also made his critically acclaimed Hollywood acting debut in ATL, the coming of age drama and one-in-a-lifetime chance to star along side Denzel Washington in a 2007 released American Gangster. He is successful as a businessman too as owns a record label Grand Hustle and a clothing line created with his manager Jason Jeter. The success is not only limited to record sales and profitable businesses, T.I. also got rewards and awards for his precious contribution to the music.
Having won two Vibe Awards for the best street anthem for Rubberband Man and You Don't Know Me, in 2004 and 2005 respectively and declaring the Best Male Hip-Hop Artist at the 2006 BET Awards; T.I also has a Grammy to his credit as the Best rap solo song and rap/sung collaboration for the year 2007.
With such a high level of energy and exploding talent, T.I. is surely a smash hit brand in current music scenario. He is all over the place and will remain here for a long time as his work is truly gripping.
A more recent addition to the glitzy world of American Hip-Hop, T-Pain is a complete musical solution we can have. A popular R&B singer, an excellent songwriter and a fantastic producer, T-Pain has quickly made his way from being a potential star to the one of the industry heavyweights by the sheer virtue of his hard work and astounding musical abilities. This native of Florida started his musical career as a member of rap pack Nappy Headz.
He got some exposure with this band; however, he was destined to become a bigger phenomenon as he proved with his debut album Rappa Ternt Sanga in2005. While his first single Im Sprung gathered the attention and applause of many of the listeners, the response of the critics was even more overwhelming as they commented that he possesses different level of creativity than his contemporaries.
T-Pain proved his worth even more when he came back strong in 2007 with the wonderfully crafted album Epiphany. The album offered the listener a great variety of musical styles and this uniqueness made it to debut at the top spot of the US Billboard 200 charts. While the singles Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin') featuring Yung Joc and Bartender featuring Akon comfortably made it to the Top 5; it was his Good Life by Kanye West that churned out gold for him.
Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin) was declared Song of the Year in Vibe Awards 2007 and Good Life got him two BET Awards for Best Collaboration and Best Hip-Hop Video in 2008.
But the real win came in from of Grammy where it won Best Rap Song and got nominated in four other categories. T-Pain continues to rule with his third album Thr33 Ringz with a hit single Can't Believe It featuring Lil Wayne that is rocking the charts everywhere.
T-Pain registers success not only on album sales but his club-friendly beats and sing-song hooks rule the ringtone market as well; as he has sold more ringtones, around 15 million than any other recording artist.
From his impressive appearances in television programs like Jimmy Kimmel Live and Saturday Night Live to his growing world while tours, T-Pain truly is the ultimate pleasure of contemporary music who is making his mark everywhere with his brand of music.