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King Explicit Lyrics

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"Tip" Harris better known as Atlantic rapper T.I., returns with King, his fourth release. T.I. is set to rise to the next level. King is made up of equal parts club anthems, gripping street stories, and introspective cuts.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. King Back
  2. Front Back
  3. What You Know
  4. I'm Talkin' To You
  5. Live In The Sky
  6. Ride Wit Me
  7. The Breakup
  8. Why You Wanna
  9. Get It
  10. Top Back
  11. I'm Straight
  12. Undertaker
  13. Stand Up Guy
  14. You Know Who
  15. Goodlife
  16. Hello
  17. Told You So
  18. Bankhead


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 28, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Grand Hustle / Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000E7UJCI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,151 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Dorrie Wheeler on April 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
T.I.P. shows and proves with his latest release King. T.I. is not only the King of the South, he is one of the few rappers in the game who has a lasting appeal with both male and female listeners. King is the follow-up to T.I.'s 2005 release Urban Legend. Urban Legend was a tight album. The thing about Urban Legend is even the songs that didn't get played on the radio were solid. King is equally satisfying to the ear drums. The album opens with the Rocky type of intro "King Back." The intro is followed by the song "Front Back," which was a buzz/street single. "Front Back," is followed by the song "What You Know." This song was featured in the movie ATL and has became a quite unlikely radio hit. Unlikely because it's a more laid back song to ride to, not the kind of song you hear on the radio a lot. It sounds different than anything out there and even T.I. sounds different on the track spitting in a much deeper and raspy tone but the song caught on with listeners and radio. A killer track didn't hurt.

There are so many good songs on King. "Live In The Sky," is a song about coping with loss and lifes ups & downs. This is an incredible song and Jamie Foxx is featured on the track. T.I. experiments on the song "Get It." The track is unique and T.I. keeps his flow on pace with the tricky track. Another really good song on King is "Goodlife" which features Pharrell and Common.

The latest single from King "Why You Wanna" is gaining in airplay on radio. The song features a sample from the Crystal Waters song "Gypsy Woman."

T.I brought in some super star power to support him on King. Featured artists include UGK, Jamie Foxx, B.G., Young Jeezy, Young Buck, Young Dro, Pharrell, Common, Governor, and P$C.

King is a really solid album and music lovers will be listening to this CD for months to come
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This new T.I. album has an all star cast in it namely UGK, Young Dro and even Jamie Foxx, the cd has good beats and the regular gritty lyrics from the Ten Inch Playa.

1)King Back - Intro track not a bad start - 8/10

2)Front Back - UGK on this track and you know its going to be a hit - 9/10

3)What You Know - Bet alot of you guys have heard this has a trippy beat but the rhymes are alright - 8/10

4)I'm Talkin' To You - Hard song with Threatening lyrics to the fake and suckers not my personal fav. but its good none the less - 6/10

5)Live In The Sky - Smooth Song with Jamie Foxx in it, but its a great change from the song above and one of the best song in the album - 9/10

6)Ride Wit Me - My kind of song gangsta beat and a lyrics to suit the beat - 10/10

7)The Breakup - Skit

8)Why You Wanna - Another Smooth song i think TI loves doing this kind of songs, but i aint complainin he is doing good at it - 9/10

9)Get It - Trippy Lyrics and mediocore Rhymes not the greatest song in the album anyway i expected this after two class songs
- 5/10

10)Top Back - Hard Beats and good rhyming makes up for the last song - 7/10

11)I'm Straight - Featuring my Fav. song in the album having B.
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My journey with TI started when I heard him on Bonecrusher's "Never Scared" which also featured Killer Mike. I had never heard of him before that track, but he had a nice verse at the end of "Never Scared". Shortly after hearing him on "Never Scared", I saw a video for a song that featured only TI which turned out to be "24s". The song was pretty good but that song alone wasn't enough to make me want to start buying TI CDs. However, when I saw his next video, "Be Easy", that all changed. Once I heard the nice, laid back track I figured that I would check out "Trap Muzik". My favorite tracks ended up being the third single, "Rubberband Man", "Trap Muzik", "I Still Luv U" and the classic collaboration with 8Ball, MJG & Bun B entitled "Bezzle". TI started catching momentum with "Rubberband Man" and his 4th single, "Let's Get Away", so before you know it he was already working on his next CD, "Urban Legend". The 1st single ended up being "Bring 'Em Out" where Swizz Beatz sampled a famous Jay Z line and created a nice Down South party track for T.I.P. to rock to. Before you know it TI had everyone in the club ready to hear this track at anytime. "Urban Legend" dropped and to me the CD was a notch up from "Trap Muzik" because overall the production was better. My favorite tracks ended up being "Motivation", "The Greatest", "Stand Up" w/Trick Daddy & Lil Wayne and "My Life" w/Daz Dillinger. "U Don't Know Me" was a favorite of mine as well but after hearing the song 236 times, I finally had to give the track a break. After TI dropped all of his singles for Urban Legend, he dropped a track with Lil Scrappy and Big Kuntry, who is in TI's group P$C entitled "I'm A King" that ended up being the lead single on the Hustle & Flow soundtrack.Read more ›
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