T.I. Speaks On The Possibility Of A Joint Album With Fellow Rapper Young Jeezy
T.I. says that he and Young Jeezy already have five or six records recorded if they were to release a joint album.
Following T.I.’s appearance on MTV’s Rap Fix Live yesterday (May 16) it now looks like an album between himself and Young Jeezy is becoming more of a reality. While appearing on the live show T.I. spoke a little more in-depth on the possibility of a joint project with Jeezy and revealed that it would take “no time to put it together.”
And according to T.I. the records are there it’s just a matter of when the project would be released.
“Me and Jeezy been talkin' about doin' this project for a minute," T.I. explained while on Rap Fix Live. "It wouldn't take us long to do. We got records already in the can and it don't take us no time to put it together. It's just a matter of when they would be released."
The rapper also revealed that the duo already has several records recorded if they were to release a joint project.
“It's not the recording, the recording is easy. It's a matter of when we would have time to market and promote 'em and release 'em," said T.I. "We got maybe 30 or 40 [percent done]. Between the two of us, we probably got five or six records."
T.I. will be releasing his eighth studio album titled Trouble Man on September 4.