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T.I. vs T.I.P. (+2 Bonus Tracks) [Explicit Lyrics, Limited Collector's Edition]

T.I.Audio CD
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  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Limited Collector's Edition
  • Label: Grand Hustle/Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000T4FDTK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #345,841 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Limited Edition contains two Exclusive Bonus Tracks: "The Hottest" and "Hustlin'". (1) Act.I: T.I.P. (2) Big Things Poppin' (3) Raw, (4) You Know What It Is - with Wyclef Jean, (5) Da Dopeman, (6) Watch What You Say To Me - featuring Jay-Z, (7) Hurt - featuring Alfa Mega & Busta Rhymes, (8) Act.II: T.I. (9) Help Is Coming, (10) My Sway - featuring Wyclef Jean, (11) We Do This, (12) Show It To Me - with Nelly, (13) Don't You Wanna Be High, (14) Touchdown - featuring Eminem, (15) Act,III: T.I. vs. T.I.P. The Confrontation, (16) Tell 'Em I Said That, (17) Respect This Hustle, (18) My Type BONUS TRACKS: (19) The Hottest - featuring Mac Boney, (20) Hustlin' - featuring Governor

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17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Say Hello to the Man Who Can Save Hip-Hop. July 3, 2007
By Pablo
Format:Audio CD
To say that T.I. Vs. T.I.P. was my most anticipated album this year would be an understatement. Of all the emcees currently in the game, T.I. is my personal favorite. Do I think he's the best? No. That'd be ignorant to say that Tip, no matter how great of an artist I think he is, is the best in the game. So, when this album finally became available on Sunday night, I most certainly marked like a muh**** and got it immediately.

Now, honestly, despite how anxiously I awaited this LP, the truth is, I didn't expect T.I. to exceed King. King was an amazing, and honestly, rather surprising album from Tip; the defining moment of his career, imo. To expect T.I. to top that effort would be inane, and expecting him to follow the same formula for a follow-up would be setting yourself up for disappointment. This album is its own entity; and that's really all I wanted from Mr. Harris.

Act I is the intro to this album, and also the T.I.P. segment. Act I, II, and III all sport the same beat, which is a monster onto itself. Just a shame it wasn't used for a full length track. The first full song on the album is the LP's first single, Big Things Poppin'. While Big Things Poppin' felt like an underwhelming single at first, it has grown on me significantly since its release a few months ago. I know a lotta peeps are saying it's a Top Back clone, but I don't see any resemblance other than Tip rhyming over a Mannie beat. Following that is the appropriately titled Raw, in which T.I. claims that as long as he's alive, other emcees are gonna have to settle for second place. The fourth track is the second single from the album, You Know What It Is, featuring Wyclef. Wyclef, imo, has really redeemed himself over the last year, at least on the production end of things.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I'm a TI fan but I wasn't impressed by this album. October 26, 2007
By 1738
Format:Audio CD
I was a HUGE fan of Trap Muzik and Urban Legends. I was really feelin' TI's music and the way he expressed himself, but now his flow has changed so much that I don't preferably care for him anymore. He got some money in his pocket and changed, this album is a perfect example. King had a handfull of good tracks and a handfull of bad ones. As far as this album goes I like "Wanna Be High" and "Whatch What You Say To Me"...that's it! The album did have some nice beats and instrumental work but I'm not the kind of person to listen to a track because the beat or hook sounds nice. I think this is probably his worse lyrical album. It was very commercial, no songs really had meaning. It was more-so bragging about money, cars, hoes, mixed in with killing and drugs. The only song that had meaning was Watch What You Say To Me feat. Jay-z. I don't mind commercial music aslong as there's a meaning to the song(i.e. Biggie Smalls was commercial but still had meanings to all his songs) He did do tracks with some classic artists and future legends. He had a song with Jay-z, which was good. His song with Eminem wasn't all that great, there was no point to the song besides bragging about cars. He was more or less just saying what rhymed and not what went along to make the song make sense. It seems to me like Cocain Rap is really getting played out. There are a ton of artists that focus on nothing but Coke and it's getting old, TI being one of them. There comes a time where you have to grow up as an artist and a human being, now is that time for TI. If you look at Jay-z's career, yea he's touched base on drug sales in many songs, but he left his life in the streets behind to become on of the smartest business men in the rap industry. Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Viper
Format:Audio CD
I've been a fan of T.I for a while now and last year I was blown away by his classic "King" album. That CD was one of the best of last year and this album serves to become one of the best of this year. T.I is defintely one of the best rappers from the south and delivers a great album. The south seems to get a lot of hate but T.I is one of the rappers that keeps the scene from falling into the river of wackness. This is destined to be one of the year's best albums.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful
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I was introduced to TI when I saw the videos for "24s" and "Never Scared". "24s" was the 1st single for his upcoming CD "Trap Muzik" and "Never Scared" was the debut single from Bonecrusher and the song featured Killer Mike and TI. Both tracks were pretty good but since that was my 1st introduction to TI I decided to wait before I made a purchase. I liked his 2nd single "Be Easy" even better than I did "24s" but since I hadn't heard anyone talking about the CD, I still decided to be patient and wait it out. However, when I heard the track "Rubberband Man", which was the 3rd single, I finally made my way out to make the purchase. The track was produced by David Banner and had "hit" written all over it. Once I listened to "Trap Muzik", I was mad at myself for waiting so long to purchase a nice CD. My favorite tracks ended up being "Bezzle" which featured Bun B from UGK and 8Ball & MJG, the title track, "I Still Luv U", "Kingofdasouth", and the 2nd and 3rd single, "Be Easy" and "Rubberband Man". TI also had a track that introduced his split personality TIP on "TI vs TIP". TI wanted to capitalize on the momentum of "Rubberband Man" and his 4th single "Let's Get Away" which was a Jazzephizzleproductshizzle and he quickly came with what I had just found out was his 3rd CD in "Urban Legend". One of my co-workers who followed the Down South rap scene more than I did informed me that TI's debut CD was actually a CD entitled "I'm Serious", which 'til this day I still haven't heard. TI employed Swizz Beatz and created the club jam of the year in "Bring 'Em Out". I wasn't a huge fan of the track, but anytime you were at a party or at a club, people went bananas as soon as this track came on. I actually liked the 2nd single, "You Don't Know Me" better than "Bring 'Em Out". Read more ›
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3.0 out of 5 stars uhm....
Left side of CD was cracked. I was soo disappointed because the main reason I bought the CD was for the cover and look I haven't seen elsewhere. It's alright :(
Published 1 month ago by mohammad awwad
3.0 out of 5 stars ti has got it made
he's got so many good hits .
Published 1 month ago by chris king
5.0 out of 5 stars good
this was one of my favorite albums from him
Published 1 month ago by baldwt
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
As advertised!
Published 1 month ago by Kevin Mullins
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Album
The King of da South! From start to finish you can enjoy and appreciate this solid body of work from T.I. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Michael M. James
4.0 out of 5 stars Nicely Done
I like the concept of the album, clashing personalities and an internal struggle. He pulled it off nicely too, definitly check this album out.
Published 11 months ago by Simon
4.0 out of 5 stars A great album from T.I.
I had this album before, but it has a crack. I decided to buy another one. I was shocked & disappointed that I had to buy another one. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Rainet Lewis
5.0 out of 5 stars Good cd!
This was gift for my son. He is a big fan of T.I. He loves everyone of T.I. songs in this cd.
Published 18 months ago by GATUPR
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album
Fan of T.I.? Then this album is for you, plain and simple. I really like all his music and you will be hooked by the tracks in this album, it's not money down the drain. Read more
Published on February 15, 2011 by F. Rodriguez
1.0 out of 5 stars bad buy!
when i receive this cd it was scratched up really really bad and it was shipped to me wrapped in cheap paper instead of being shipped to me properly wrapped and placed in an album... Read more
Published on February 16, 2009 by G. rumph
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lil wayne hot or not
Yeah I hate, HATE, *HATE* Him. He's a no-talent with money. And even Worse, He's F'IN FUGLY!!!!!!!!!! LOL @ Lil Wayne and all of His pointless, mindless followers/groupies.

Sadly, My brother thinks He's one of the best rappers out there. There isn't a day, for this past month that I didn't hear... Read More
Nov 12, 2007 by "Letsgo2thestars" |  See all 7 posts
i wouldnt say all that. ti has so much credibility in the hip hop world from not just fans but other mcs. he has bun and pimp on numerous tracks and there is no way that any one can take away from 2 of the pioneers of southern rap. i mean for real these dudes that are underground are not... Read More
Jun 12, 2007 by T. Traver |  See all 35 posts
dude u shouldnt be leaving posts on a rap cd if you hate rap music
Jun 24, 2007 by DiL |  See all 3 posts
Im confused your topic is King of the SOUTH yet you go on to talk about nothing but east coast artist. This topic is nothing more than another "We hate the south" post. I fail to see why someone with so much hate for the south would look up southern artist in the first place..any... Read More
Jul 3, 2007 by ChocolateQT |  See all 53 posts
not much single material on this release.
This piece of crap shouldn't get radio airplay anyway. Rap sucks.
Aug 7, 2007 by Slayerguy79 |  See all 6 posts
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