T.I. ft. André 3000 - Sorry

Posted 3 years ago
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Forget an expensive car, or hell, even an expensive yacht, these days the ultimate status symbol is an André 3000 guest verse on your album (just ask Rick Ross). So it’s only right that rap royalty, in the form of T.I., managed to grab the ever-elusive 3 Stacks for a guest appearance on his new single, Sorry. Southern mainstay Jazzy Pha provides the instrumentation, lacing a lush beat with thoroughly Southern uptempo hi-hat that finds TIP unleashing yet more of his fearlessly dope bars. As for that 3 Stacks verse, the man continues to ignore all the boundaries of rap, switching his flow like most rappers switch t-shirts. What can I say, André‘s a legend for a reason. If this doesn’t get people talking about T.I.‘s Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head album, due out December 18, nothing will.

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