Monday, March 27th, 2017 at
V-103 hosted one of the dopest “Pop Up Live” concert at Philips Arena featuring Rick Ross, Big Boi, T.I., Meek Mill and Plies held March 25. Combined, the five artists have compiled more than 75 top 10 Billboard magazine rap hits over the past two decades. Ticket prices ranged from $43 to $143 and it was definitely a packed area (sold out) ! The station also promised surprise guests and of course Atlanta being the hip hop capital , there’s no telling who was going to show up !
Friday, March 17th, 2017 at
There are rules when it comes to approaching your favorite celebrity, just ask T.I. The rapper/actor was approached by a fan while pumping gas and it was too close for comfort for Tip.
Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at
Some of the most successful and influential individuals were in the building last night at Treesound. From Bankers to NBA players, rappers and business professionals.
Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 at
One of T.I.’s bodyguards took a knife to the leg during one of his shows.
Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at
In recent weeks, T.I. has published letters to now former President Barack Obama and President Trump, offering a measure of praise for the former and questions for the latter. Now, he’s sharing his lengthiest written message yet, one that’s addressed to black America as the community looks for answers on how to make today better so tomorrow is great.
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at
T.I. wasn’t falling for any of Donald Trump’s talk before he was voted into office, and the Atlanta entertainer is staying in his convictions against the reality show star now that he is the president-elect. He jumped on Instagram to sound off on the recent meetings with Trump from Black celebrities like Kanye West and Steve Harvey.
Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 at
President Barack Obama’s second term in office will officially come to an end on January 20th, leaving many Americans using this time to reflect on the impact of his work done during his eight years. Having emerged as an outspoken opponent to social injustice, veteran MC T.I. wrote a lengthy letter published in the New York Times in which he thanks President Obama for working to bring about change, one of the key components of his first campaign, and reminds his fellow Americans of their duty to continue to fight as the nation’s 44th leader steps aside.
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 at
The King of the South T.I. hosted a fun back to school supply giveaway in Atlanta today for deserving kids headed back to school. T.I. loves connecting with the community, mentoring kids, and giving a little bit back to the community. T.I. teamed up with non-profit “Saving Our Daughters” to hand out over 1,000 book bags. The rainy weather did not deter students nor their parents from getting blessed with the essentials needed for a successful academic year.
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