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Urban Legend

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The King of the South is back with his highly anticipated Urban Legend. After spending a good part of 2004 dealing with legal issues, T.I. is now ready to take over. Months of anticipation created by underground tracks circulated throughout the mixtape circuit and some controversial moments have made T.I. the one to wait for. The lead single "Bring Em Out" will be a club anthem with great potential to go all the way at radio and video outlets. With special guest appearances from Pharrell Williams, B.G., Lil' Jon, DAZ, Ciara, Jazze Pha and production from Lil' Jon, KLC, Scott Storch, Swizz Beatz, Fury, DJ Toomp, KAO & Sanchez this album is sure to be a hip hop classic.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 30, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00064200S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,402 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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T.I. wants everyone to know that he is The King of the South. T.I. has been in the rap game for some time now, but he only recently started getting a lot of mainstream attention after the success of his songs "Rubberband Man" and "Let's Get Away" featuring Jazze Pha. Both of these hit songs were featured on T.I.'s 2003 hit album Trap Muzik.

Urban Legend is the follow-up to Trap Muzik. Urban Legend was released in late 2004 and is in stores now.

The first single from Urban Legend, "Bring Em Out," has been the party anthem of the winter club season. This was the perfect first single to be released from this album which is hot like fire.

The album opens up with the song, "Tha King," everyone knows that T.I. is the King of the South and he affirms this on this track. This song is followed by the mellow track, "Motivation." This laid back track is the perfect album cut.

T.I. fans got a taste of track "U Don't Know Me" at the end of the video for "Bring Em Out." This crunk song really gets the club crunk to pieces. The fella's are really feeling this song.

"ASAP" is a CRAZY track. This melodic track is just off the hook. I think this will be a great 3rd or 4th single from Urban Legend. "Why U Mad At Me," is another song with a crazy track. The production on Urban Legend is melodic, original, catchy and fresh.

The first six tracks of Urban Legend feature T.I. doing his thing solo. Tracks 7-11 feature guests artists. Nelly is up first on "Get Loose." I personally found this collabo a bit of a disappointment. I expected more from these two powerhouse rappers together. It's an okay album track.
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Atlantic Records should let T.I. do anything he wants. He saves them a lot of money on promotion. In 2004, T.I. has had beef with Lil Flip, a questionable beef with Ludacris, and he's gone to prison. The execs should thank T.I. for all the free promotion he does for himself. With that out of the way, let me get to T.I.'s third studio (yes this is his third not second studio release) release, Urban Legend. Trap Muzik's hit singles "Rubberband Man" and "Let's Get Away" gave the fans a lot of interest of what this offering would bring. And it does not disappoint. You can never go wrong when you have Swizz Beatz produce your first single, "Bring Em Out," which is tearing up the clubs all over the country at this moment. Long T.I. fans will be glad to see that he has a lot features on this album. Nelly on "Get Loose," B.G. on "What They Do," Mannie Fresh on "The Greatest," Lil Kim on "Get Ya S*** Together," and Pharell on "Freak Though." What's funny, however, as these songs are tracks 7-11 on the album!! Don't worry though even with those special guests, T.I. is able to shine. He has 9 tracks all to his lonesome.

The P.S.C; Lil Wayne, Lil Jon, Trick Daddy, Daz Dillinger, and Jazze Pha also lend a helping hand to the King of the South. T.I. is always on the gangster tip such in songs like "U Don't Know Me," which separates him for Ludacris in that area. Ludacris is always on that "friendly stuff" as I would say. Funny that Urban Legend was released a week before the Red Light District hit the shelves.

Album Overview:
1. Tha King - Bold and cocky song by T.I. "Sucka MCs outta call me sire," is what T.I.P. proclaims throughout the song. Very good listen
2. Motivation - "Tha King" was fast paced and "Motivation" slows down the flow of the album a bit.
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T.I has had a fast-paced year. After his last album 'Trap Muzik' broke out in the commercial scene he scored three major hits ("24's", "Rubberband Man", "Let's Get Away") and went platinum in the process. Shortly after that he was arrested for possession of an illegal substance & was facing up to three years in prison. Luckily, he got out in a few months. During his time in prison another southern rapper, Lil' Flip, started talking some very unneccessary smack about T.I while he was behind bars. When it came time for Atlanta's Birthday Bash 9 T.I was let out to perform on stage. He let out some comments about all the crap Flip had been spreading around & challenged Flip onstage for a one-on-one to see who was the better rapper. Flip, instead of coming onstage, ran back to his bus & got the hell out of Atlanta, taking a flight back to Texas. A week or so later Flip made some comments to the news about T.I saying "he was mad cuz i wouldn't let him on the 'Game Over' remix". Flip also dissed T.I several more times. After this T.I created his mixtape 'Down With Tha King' and literally destroyed Flip's reputation in hip-hop. He bashed Flip severely with his remake of Jay-Z's "99 Problems" by adding a subtitle "99 Problems (Lil Flip Ain't One)" and bashing him furiously throughout the song. He even got southern rap icon Scarface on the phone (who Flip had previously said he was down with) to confirm that Flip was a liar. Also on this mixtape were samples of an upcoming album.

During all this madness T.I managed to pull together enough tracks for his third studio set 'Urban Legend'. Upon first listening to UL you would get the feeling that he is pretty confident in being the 'King of the South'. The disc opens with "Tha King", a track in which he tries to prove his claims to the throne.
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