T.I. Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

T.I. Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Swagga Like Us T.I. And Jay-Z (feat. Kanye West And Lil' Wayne)
2 Live Your Life
3 On Top Of The World(feat. Ludacris And B.o.B.)
4 Motivation
5 I Know You Missed Me
6 Act I (T.I.P.)
7 Front Back
8 Whatever You Like
9 King Back
10 T.I. Vs. T.I.P.
11 Dead And Gone
12 Asap (Remix Feat. P$c)
13 What You Know
14 What You Say To Me
15 Act II: T.I.
16 Swing Your Rag
17 Remember Me
18 No Matter What
19 Pledge Allegiance To The Swag
20 Layin\' Down Da Trap
21 You Know What It Is
22 Dope Man
23 My Life Your Entertainment (feat. Usher)
24 Hustlin'
25 Show It To Me
26 Be Easy
27 My Life, Your Entertainment
28 Look What I Got
29 Swing Ya Rag
30 Live Your Life (EP)
31 Yeah
32 Life Of The Party
33 Swing Ya Rag (feat. Swizz Beatz)
34 Goodbye My Dear
35 Hello
36 Why You Wanna
37 I'm Talkin' To You
38 Top Back
39 Be Better Than Me
40 Big Things Poppin' (Do It)
41 Goodlife
42 I'm Illy
43 24's
44 Get Yo Girl [feat. Rich Kid Rashad]
45 Porn Star
46 Yeah Ya Know (Takers)
47 Tha King (Explicit Album Version)
48 Get Ya Shit Together
49 Chooz U
50 Swagga Like Us
51 Told You So
52 What You Know (Clean)
53 On Top Of The World
54 Stand Up
55 Chillin' With My Bitch
56 Let Me Tell You Something
57 Do It
58 Ride Wit Me
59 Dope Boyz
60 Ready For Whatever
61 No Sweat
62 I'm A King
63 Da Dopeman
64 No No No (Remix)
65 I Can't Quit
66 Collect Call
67 Prayin' for Help
68 No More Talk
69 Let's Get Away
70 T.I. - you dont know me(dirty)
71 Never Scared
72 Bring Em Out
73 Long Live da Game
74 Hurt
75 My Swag
76 You Ain't Missing Nothing
77 Hands Up
78 Ya Hear Me
79 Tell 'Em I Said That
80 Slide Show
81 Good Life
82 The Introduction
83 Bugatti (feat. Ace Hood, Meek Mill, Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz & Future)
84 Whatever You Like (Skribble & Acid's Rock Mix)
85 What Happened?
86 Turn It
87 Stunt'n Like A Fool
88 What They Do
89 Hear Ye' Hear Ye'
90 I Still Luv You
91 Guns and Roses
92 Chillin With My Bitch Ft Jazze
93 I Don't Like
94 Topless (feat. Dr. Dre, Nas)
95 Did You Forget
96 Wild Side
97 Blocka (feat. French Montana, Meek Mill & Young Dro)
98 Dope Boys
99 King
100 Pimp
101 Praying For Help
102 That's What I Thought
103 King of da South
104 Super Freak
105 We In This Bitch
106 Hell Of A Life
107 You Ain't Missin' Nothing
108 Bury Me A G
109 No Competition (feat. Young Jeezy)
110 A Better Day
111 How Life Changed
112 Get Some
113 Sorry
114 All Gold Everything 2013 (feat. 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Trinidad James)
115 Different From Others
116 G' Shit
117 This Time Of Night
118 Grand Hustle Kings
119 Still Ain't Forgave Myself
120 Harry Potter
121 Hero
122 In The Jungle
123 Grand Finale (feat. Lil Jon, Bun B, Jadakiss, Nas, Ice Cube)
124 I Can't Help It
125 Get It
126 Can You Learn
127 F….k Da City Up (feat. Young Jeezy)
128 Be Better Than Me (Explicit Album Version)
129 Private Show
130 In A Nutshell
131 Trap Muzik (Featuring Mac Boney) (Explicit Album Version)
132 That's All She Wrote
133 You Know Who
134 Stand Up Guy
135 G Season
136 Ready Set Go [feat. Killer Mike]
137 Whatever You Like (EP)
138 Murda Bizness
139 I Do This (feat. Rico Love, DJ Khaled, Trae Tha Truth)
140 Strip
141 The Way We Ride
142 I’m a Boss (Remix) [feat. Meek Mill, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Swizz Beatz]
143 We Don't Get Down Like Y'all
144 Jet Fuel
145 Jeezy Speaks
146 Freak Though
147 Mr. Kodak
148 Live In The Sky
149 Bitches, Bottles
150 Been Doing This
151 I Do This
152 Harry Potter (feat. D.O.P.E.)
153 End of The Road (feat. Jim Jones, Bun B)
154 Salute
155 Cruisin'
156 Loud Mouth (feat. 2 Chainz)
157 I'm Flexin'
158 Paperwork
159 Who What When
160 56 Bars (Intro)
161 She's So Fly
162 Soldiers
163 Sorry (Single)
164 Got Your Back
165 King And Queen
166 I Need Dollas
167 Hi Hater (Remix) [feat. Maino, Swizz Beatz, Plies, Jadakiss]
168 Everything On Me
169 Don't You Wanna Be High
170 This Time of Night (feat. Nelly)
171 Here Ye, Hear Ye (Single)
172 About My Issue
173 The One
174 Why You Mad At Me
175 Dying In Your Arms
176 Big Shit Poppin' (Do It)
177 Go Get It
178 Daydreaming
179 I'm Straight
180 What's Happening
181 Wit Me
182 Lay Me Down
183 Doin' My Job
184 Magic (feat. Future)
185 Here Ye, Hear Ye
186 Why U Mad At Me (Explicit Album Version)
187 At Ya' Own Risk
188 Piss'n On Your Ego
189 Freak Though ft. Pharrell
190 Deuces
191 Respect This Hustle
192 Intro (The M)
193 Welcome To The World
194 Celebrate
195 Rubber Band Man
196 Countdown
197 Here We Go Again
198 Who What When (feat. Meek Mill)
199 Pyro
200 On Doe, On Phil
201 Harry Potter D.O.P.E
202 What's Yo Name
203 Party People
204 Raw
205 Yeah (feat. Lil Wayne)
206 Kill Em All
207 Do This
208 Err-Body (feat. B.o.B, Young Dro, Trae Tha, Truth, Shad Da God)
209 You Dont Know Me
210 Fireworks (feat. Tyrese)
211 I'm Flexin' (Single)
212 We Do This
213 Light Em Up (RIP Doe B)
214 I See Ghost's
215 Kingofdasouth
216 Like That
217 The Greatest
218 Plain Jane (feat. Gucci Mane, Rocko)
219 Get Back Up
220 I Can't Be Your Man
221 Don't Like
222 Fcks (feat. B.o.B, Chip, Travis Scott & Tha Truth)
223 My Life
224 Bounce Like This
225 I See Ghost (feat. Future)
226 We Don't Get Down Like Ya'll
227 Let Your Heart Go (Break My Soul)
228 I'll Show You
229 Watch What You Say
230 Go Get It (Single)
231 Trap Muzik
232 Go Get It Remix
233 Leaving With Me (feat. Chris Brown)
234 All She Wrote
235 Mob
236 Fighting Words
237 G.D.O.D (feat. Big Kuntry & Doe B)
238 Rubberband Man
239 Bezzle
240 Intro
241 Sugar Cane
242 Oh Yeah (from Fuck Da City Up Mixtape, 2012)
243 Touch Down
244 Trouble Man
245 T.I. - Why You Mad At Me
246 My Type
247 Trap Back Jumpin'
248 Fighting Words (feat. Trae Tha Truth, Juicy J)
249 No Mercy
250 Addresses
251 Problems (feat. B.o.B & Mac Boney)
252 Limelight
253 Bankhead
254 About the Money
255 Fuck Da City Up
256 Let Em' Talk
257 I Don't Know
258 Popped Off
259 Whatever You Live
260 What Up, What's Haapnin'
261 Wave Hello
262 Why U Mad At Me
263 My Dear
264 I Got That Sack
265 Oh Yeah (feat. Trey Songz)
266 Big Picture
267 Hotel
268 Who Want Some
269 Only Atlanta (feat. Young Jeezy & Shad da God)
270 U Don't Know Me
271 No Mediocre (feat. Iggy Azalea)
272 Hot Wheels
273 Rubberbandman
274 You Can Tell How I Walk
275 Outro
276 Dead & Gone
277 Every Chance I Get
278 Who I Shall Be Sorry For
279 Undertaker
280 My Air Forces
281 Pull Up
282 Spend It (feat. 2 Chainz)
283 Amazing
284 Help Is Coming
285 Wonderful Life
286 Yeap (feat. B.o.B, Trae & Young Dro)
287 I'm Back
288 New National Anthem
289 Loud Mouth
290 Bitch Who
291 Oh Yeah
292 Love This Life
293 Fight Music
294 You Ain't Fly
295 Million Dollar Misfits
296 I Do (feat. Young Dro, Big Kuntry King)
297 Poppin' Bottles
298 Hallelujah
299 Chasing Me (feat. Iggy Azalea, Young Dro & Kris Strephens)
300 ASAP
301 Stay
302 On Purpose
303 KingOfDaSouth (Explicit Album Version)
304 No Mediocre
305 So Close
306 Ball
307 Get Loose (Featuring Nelly) (Explicit Album Version)
308 Bitches Bottles Remix
309 Cream (feat. Maino, Meek Mill)
310 Castle Walls

T.I. Bio

Father, astute businessman, fashion icon, King of the South, future Hollywood A-Lister, and hip-hop standard bearer. With all these titles, no wonder Atlanta, GA native Clifford Harris needs two monikers to tell his whole story. And with the release of the year's most anticipated rap album, T.I. vs. TIP, we get both sides of one of contemporary music's most compelling characters.

"It's really a conceptual LP," T.I. explains. "Some would say I have a dual personality: calm, cool, collected one minute, and ready to take somebody who violates' head off the next. I'm just taking the time out to illustrate both my personas. T.I. is definitely more laid back, more on the business side; he's a more suave cat. He came out on songs like 'Let's Get Away,' 'Why You Wanna,' and 'Get Loose.' Tip, that's a cat that's somewhat of a loose cannon. He's been reflected on records like 'U Don't Know Me,' 'Bring Em Out,' 'Rubber Band Man,' even 'Soldier' with Destiny's Child."

In reality, for those who really know him, T.I. has been called Tip way longer than he has by the stage name the world is familiar with. Tip is the name he's had since he was a child. It wasn't until later in life, when he signed his first record deal with Arista Records, that he had to drop the 'P' and switch to T.I. - because the label was also home to the more established MC at the time, Q-Tip, from the legendary rap group A Tribe Called Quest.

Since his 2001 debut LP, I'm Serious, T.I. has become one of the rare hip-hop artists who can not only say that his fan base and his record sales have increased with each new release, but that the critical accolades have continued to flow as well. His hard work and consistency was finally recognized earlier this year with the most high-profile nods of praise in his career so far - a pair of Grammy Awards.

In 2006, T.I. - who was given the nickname King of the South by fans and his peers years ago - graduated to the next level of royalty, King of Rap. His fourth Grand Hustle/Atlantic album in five years, King, was by far the top-selling hip-hop album of the year and if you had an ear to the streets, undoubtedly the most-played. At the same time, Tip proved to be just as potent a guest star, with cameos that dominated radio and music video outlets, including his appearance on Justin Timberlake's Grammy-winning "My Love."

If you ask the thought-provoking MC if he's satisfied with his success, he'll tell you it's not enough. Yes, he is grateful for all the support, but he still feels he has way more to offer and is far from being content. T.I. vs. TIP is his most eclectic project to date and finds the rap icon at the apex of lyrical skill. The album is broken into three parts. Songs by Tip open up the opus, then records by T.I. take center stage. Towards the end, the listener has a front row seat to one of the great epic sparring matches ever, as both T.I. and Tip are featured together. Along the way, both T.I. and TIP enlist such friends as Eminem, Jay-Z, Andre 3000, Justin Timberlake, Timberland, Ciara, and Wyclef as tag team partners.

The first single, "Big Things Poppin," is a Mannie Fresh production - a brash anthem that trumpets Tip's triumphs and puts everything inconsequential to rest.

"Big sh-poppin and little sh-stopping," Tip declares, bringing a level of energy paramount to his and Fresh's previous hit collabos like "Top Back." "Do it like a ball player when you see me ballin...," he adds on the song. "...Pullin' out that pistol nigga, who you think you finnin to scare, 20 rounds of missiles will have you pissin' in your underwear."

"Basically, I'm just telling people that everything I do or I say I'm going to do, I back up. There are a lot of individuals out there who can't say the same. Also, after all the success I have attained for myself, there are still some people out there who want to doubt me, which is cool, but I love to shut them up."

Almost a definite second single is "U Know What It Is," which has Tip teaming up with the tenured, versatile maestro, Wyclef Jean. Rich with Jean's Caribbean bravado and Tip's trap-instilled poise, the track infuses Down South bounce with a worldly look that will undoubtedly shake the clubs to their foundations this summer.

Meanwhile, "Swagger," another Wyclef production, gives a lesson on what separates T.I. from everyone else, his mojo so to speak. "You couldn't duplicate this if I told you how to," he raps.

Khao, who came up with the track for "Why You Wanna," from King, helms the beat on "Life of the Party," where T.I. reflects on his rowdier days and tells of his modern-day tribulations of shaking off haters and ducking riff raff just to enjoy himself when he goes out.

Other producers contributing to the project include Danja, Street Runner, and even Tip himself. "I've done a few tracks for my previous albums that some people may or may not have noticed, but I have a team and we do some things," he said modestly. "I'm really trying to get my hands into all aspects of entertainment, not just rapping. I can multi-task."

Last year, multi-tasking became a must for Tip. As he continued to keep a controlling stake in the music business, he also made his critically acclaimed Hollywood acting debut in the coming of age dramedy "ATL." T.I. starred as Rashad, one of four childhood friends who escapes the pressures of being a man of the house, of his senior year in high school, and of finding his way in life by going to the roller rink every weekend with his friends. As audiences discovered, roller-skating was just a small part of the film, as themes of responsibility, love, and loyalty were brought to the forefront.

Tip's turn at acting was so well received, he became one of the most admired young stars in Hollywood and for his follow-up role, he was chosen to appear alongside Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington. The two will be featured as uncle and nephew in the upcoming "American Gangster," slated to hit theaters in November.

Besides being an artist in the recording studio and on the silver screen, T.I. has several businesses off the ground, including his record label Grand Hustle - home to such artists as the Mixtape King, DJ Drama, Big Kuntry, and the platinum-certified Yung Dro - and his clothing line created with his manager Jason Jeter, AKOO (A King of Oneself).

"I'm not stopping," Tip states. "Yes, I've come very far from where I was on my first album, but I consider this just a small measure of success. I'm always going to continue to strive to be the best."

And whether he goes by T.I. or Tip, he already has quite a story to tell.