T.I. - Whatever You Like

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: T.I. , Club
Producer:
Jim Jonsin
Album:
Paper Trail

Evidently, rapper T.I. is no longer interested in swinging his rag around the clubs.  After releasing the Swizz Beatz-produced song several weeks ago, his label, Atlantic Records, has switched gears and had instead chosen to roll with the Jim Jonsin-produced Whatever You Like.  On the new single, TIP reminds all of his ladies that their wishes are his command; shots of Patron, brand new jewelry, a ride in his jet – there is nothing this man cannot provide!  Despite a lack of lyrical creativity, and a bouncy beat from Jonsin resembling several past T.I. singles, the ATL icon seems to be sitting pretty as far as radio play should be concerned.  T.I.‘s new album, Paper Trail, which was originally due in mid-August, is currently scheduled for release on September 30.

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