Trap Muzikby T.I.
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./i>/a>/i>/a>… See more details below
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.
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Performance CreditsT.I. Primary Artist
Jazze Pha Vocals
Bosko Talk Box
Craig Love Guitar
Charles Pettaway Bass,Guitar
Michael Witwer Guitar
Mac Boney Track Performer
Technical CreditsDJ Toomp Producer,Executive Producer
Brian Gardner Mastering
Gene McFadden Composer
Mike "Hitman" Wilson Engineer
Jazze Pha Producer
Benjamin Niles Art Direction
Carlos Thornton Producer
Benny Tillman Producer
Kanye West Composer,Producer
Lavell Crump Producer
C. Harris Composer
Christina Dittmar Art Direction
T.I. Executive Producer
S. Holmes Composer
G. Randall Wright Composer
N. "Fury" Loftin Composer
Jason Geter Executive Producer,Management
James Lopez Marketing
Cory Williams Engineer
Mark "Exit" Goodchild Engineer
Steve Fisher Engineer
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2001's I'm Serious is an underground classic and this album is no exception. T.I. may not be for everyone but for those who are willing to give him a chance you will not be disappointed.
I THINK THAT THIS C.D IS 1 OF THE GREATEST C.D THAT T.I HAS EVER PUT OUT I LOVE HIS STYLE!! T.I MAY JUST BE THA KING OF THE SOUTH!!
The album is one of his best and the hottest rap cd out now. His steady flow and rhymes arent comparable to any artist out right now.
Ti is one of the new up and coming rap acts to represent the dirty and i think hell be around for a long time
One of the best lyrically made rap albums. I highly recommend buying this album, even if you have a cd burner. It's worth It.
ti made a great album after his last album. hes gonna a be a big part in the rap world now
In a southern world full of meaningless JUNK i mean CRUNK.Tip sets his self a part by showing depth and growth and not resorting to strip club music and loud screaming(YEAH) AND DTP sucks for hating..exactly where r they disturbing the peace?why they worried about where TI is trapping..peace and love and pray for my man(Mr.T.I)aka rubberbandman
This album is one of the best of this time. It has some good lyrics in it.
This is the best Southern Rap Album in the ATLANTA. T.I. is taking over lil flip & the best song i liked was rubber band man & no more talk
THIS ALBIM SUCKED.....HE SAID THE SAME THING ON THIS ALBUM EVERY OTHER RAPPER EVER SAID!! SAME OLD R&B LYRICKS SAME OLD BEATS I GAVE THIS ALBUM AWAY AFTER A COUPLE OF LISTENS TO MY LIL SIS!!
this is one of the best albums ever. He is the king of the south hands down.
T.I. really shows some maturity, but remains himself through his CD. You can tell that T.I. put in some time and energy in the music. My favorites are "24's", "Be Easy", "Rubberband Man", "Let's Get Away", and "Let Me Tell You Something". Basically, a paradise southern CD of tight production.