Iconic Rapper T.I. Announces the First-Ever Hustle Gang Album and World Premiere for ‘Do No Wrong’ Video

Rap Music’s undeniable “King of the South”, Tip “T.I.” Harris, has just announced the official release of the new Hustle Gang album. Entitled “We Want Smoke”, this collaborative effort set for a September 15th release, will be a first for T.I., as he will have the entire roster featured on the project. As head of Grand Hustle, T.I. has seen monumental success from his label with gold and platinum sales to back up the music. Although each individual artist has released their own albums with features from fellow label mates, there has yet to be a joint project from the artists on Grand Hustle. Fresh off the first Hustle Gang tour, T.I. introduced fans with new music from himself along with his talented group of artists.

Fans will be able to hear new tracks from Young Dro and B.o.B like you’ve never heard before along with the new VP of Grand Hustle, legendary Houston rapper Trae Tha Truth, lending his melodic voice to the album. Many will be introduced to some of the label’s secret weapons- Brandon Rossi, who stepped in to the forefront from being behind the boards as a producer and GFMBRYYCE who’s video for the smash-out record ‘Do No Wrong’, featuring Tip and Dro, which made its world premiere today on World Star Hip Hop.

First Lady of the group, Tokyo Jetz, takes listeners on a journey with her storytelling rhymes, with an anticipated debut album entitled ‘Viral’, set to drop August 2nd. One of ATL’s hottest upcoming acts, Yung Booke, makes sure you will remember his name with his unique delivery and ability to capture an audience. Decatur’s General, RaRa, paints a picture that depicts his personal sound he has created- “Backpack Trap Rap”. Alabama’s own, Translee, introduces a brand new side of southern rap on this project with longtime Hustle Gang member London Jae providing his playful and smooth vocals on the anticipated album.

We Want Smoke will be available everywhere commercially on September 15th, 2017.