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T.I. Releases Highly Buzzed Single: “Sorry” Featuring Andre 3000

T.I. Featuring Andre 3,000 "Sorry" Grand Hustle/Atlantic Records

T.I. Featuring Andre 3,000 "Sorry" Grand Hustle/Atlantic Records

TV fans have grown to get to know him as Hip Hop’s reality TV interpretation of Bill Cosby thanks to his participation on the VH1 show T.I,. And TIny’s Family Hustle, but that doesn’t Rapper T.I hasn’t forgotten to do his day job. As scenes from the show have show, he’s also been working on releasing his  soon to be released eighth album, Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head. Now after some specifics have been shifted around between him finishing the record, and the release being scheduled by his label Atlantic records, he’s celebrating the album with a viral video promoting the second single called  “Sorry”, which  features Andre 3000 “Sorry” follows a handful of promotional singles that have circulated the web since last October.  The Hip Hop stand outs that put their names next T.I. include Pharrell Williams, B.O.B and Big K.R.I.T.

That was then followed by the release of what was ultimately confirmed as the album’s first truly official single, “Ball” featuring Lil Wayne when the song was previewed on his “Family Hustle” show in September.  Perhaps he’s in an apologetic mood for making fans wait so long. In the song both rappers confess their faults and their sorrows.  Andre 3,000 even appears to be lyrically apologizing to his long time Outcast duo member, Big Boi.

‘I’m sorry, I’m awkward / My fault for f***ing up the tours / I hated all the attention so I ran from it / F*** it if we did, but I hope we didn’t’ lose any fans from it,'”

T..I  discussed the collaboration with 3,000 taking years to come together while previewing the album for press in New York City last month.

“[The] collaboration that took long to happen,” Tip said. “And [then] six years [later], I got a call and he ready, [he] basically sh** on me on my own record,” he joked refering to Andre 3000’s “lightning in a bottle” verse. “But I’m saying sh** in my verses that he can’t say, and I can’t change that.”

It seems like the hard work, and long wait, was well worth it.  T.I will also be joined by other big names like, P!nk, R. Kelly, and A$AP Rocky.  Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head currently has a release date of December 18th.  Check out the “Sorry” below.

T.I. Featuring Andre 3000

“Sorry” (Explicit Lyrics)

From: Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head

Grand Hustle/Atlantic Records

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“Ball” (Explicit)

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