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Title:
Trap muzik
Author:
T. I., 1980- , performer.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Grand Hustle/Atlantic, [2003]

â„—2003
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
"Parental advisory, explicit content"--Container.

Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Trap muzik (featuring Mac Boney) -- I can't quit -- Be easy -- No more talk -- Doin' my job -- Let's get away -- 24's -- Rubber band man -- Look what I got -- I still luv you -- Let me tell you something -- T.I. vs. T.I.P. -- Bezzle (featuring Eightball & MJG, Bun B of UGK) -- Kingofdasouth -- Be better than me -- Long live da game.
Subject Term:
UPC:
075678365027
Format :
Music CD

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Whatever promise T.I. showed on his flawed debut is almost fully realized throughout his excellent 2003 follow-up, Trap Muzik. On the surface, Trap Muzik can be viewed as another record built on glorious superficialities, concerned with little more than material wealth, drug dealing, and champion stature. Dig beneath that surface, and you'll come to appreciate an MC who uses the art of the metaphor like few others; "The Trap," for instance, comes to mean a number of things. David Banner, Kanye West, and DJ Toomp all chip in with key production work, but the MC is the real draw from beginning to end, from the supremely infectious chorus of "24's" to the complex self-analysis of "T.I. vs. T.I.P." By the time 2003 drew to a close, this album had spawned three chart hits -- "24's" had a particularly long-running presence on the video shows -- and the album itself scraped the Top Five of the Billboard album chart. With another record as good as this, T.I. just might become the King of the South that he continually claims to be. ~ Andy Kellman