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Vibe magazine chose The King of the South, T.I to cover their year end issue. Inside, he talks about everything from Bin Laden’s death being a hoax, Americans first amendment rights and his belief that the gay community can be sensitive at times. Tip also became a little defensive while addressing the criticism his wife Tiny received for not taking any drug charges, which he served time in prison for. Check out an excerpt below:
On The legitimacy of Osama’s death
If that really happened…. Man, I’m a conspiracy theorist by nature. You can’t experience the federal penal system and not be somewhat skeptical.
T.I. on all Americans having equal rights
Man, I will say this, the funniest joke I ever heard Tracy say during a stand-up was, ‘C’mon man, I think gay people are too sensitive. If you can take a d*ck, you can take a joke.’ [Cracks up laughing.] That sh*t was funny to me. And it’s kind of true.’ While T.I. makes clear that he supports anyone’s sexual preference, he then connects, in his opinion, a current oversensitivity among gay people with a consequential and ironic offense of the First Amendment. “They’re like,‘If you have an opinion against us, we’re gonna shut you down.’ … That’s not American. If you’re gay you should have the right to be gay in peace, and if you’re against it you should have the right to be against it in peace.’
Do you still remember the esteemed hip hop artist who popularized “Slime Flu? It is Teeyon Winfree or better known as Vado. The New York born performer is a former member of The U.N., the hip hop group which initially catapulted him into the limelight. When he officially released his much-awaited debut mixtape Slime Flu on October 12 last year under Diplomat Records/E1 Music, many of his fans were delighted. Now that he is continuing his music career, the release of his latest album is highly anticipated.
Recently, he disclosed the cover art and track list of his latest project, Slime Flu 2. As Cameron “Cam’ron’ Giles protege, he is expected to attract more fans upon release of his latest hip hop material.
The latest project of the American rapper will be released on Black Friday, November 25. For the album, he enlisted Raekwon, Jae Millz, Fabolous, Young Chris and more as featuring artists. Also, the follow-up material of last year’s Slime Flue features guest participation from Fabolous, Raekwon, Young Chris, Jae Millz, Paul Cain, Freck Billionaire and Remo the Hitmaker.
Check the tracklist below.
1. What’s Poppin’
2. Tales from The Cotton Club
3. SLime Anthem
4. Louis V Bag
5. OK Y’all feat. Fabolous
6. NY Ride
7. I See You (Black People)
8. Keep It Goin’ feat. Young Chris
9. U Know What It Is
10. Bed Piss feat. Raekwon
11. All The Drama
12. I Got That (Frankie Lymon) feat. Jae Millz
13. Somebody Gotta Die feat. Paul Cain & Freck Billionaire
14. Paid In Full
15. Ms. SLime Booty (freestyle)
16. All I Know
17. I Need U feat. Remo The Hitmaker
Look who’s back like he never left. Asher Roth. Remember how everyone wrote him off after Asleep in the Bread Aisle? Well, the Philly spitter has found a new home at Def Jam.
And the label is getting right down to business. They’ve already picked a date for Roth’s first Def Jam outing/second album: March 2012. Mark your calendar, because Roth has a chip on his shoulder this time.
The young star says he’s excited about his new opportunities. “Def Jam is a great place to call home,” said Roth. “I’m excited to get back to the basics with good, honest music.”
While working out a label deal, Asher kept his fans satiated with a flurry of free music. He teamed up with Nottz for The Rawth EP last year. His latest work is the Pabst & Jazz Sessions, a collection of tracks by Asher, The Cool Kids’ Chuck Inglish, with production by duo Blended Babies, out December 20th. Asher’s portion of the revenue will go to The Philadelphia Hunger Coalition.
He also dropped a dizzying mess of new videos this year.