Tip “T.I.” Harris Officially Ends Atlanta Protest of National Chain Restaurant, Houston’s

Tip “T.I.” Harris has finally came to terms with national restaurant chain, Houston’s, after Tip, Jay Morrison and Ernestine Johnson kicked off a local protest of all Atlanta locations due to the mistreatment of minority patrons and employees.

Official Statement from Tip Harris:
“Over the past few months, we (me, Ernestine Johnson and Jay Morrison) have had some tough, yet productive discussions with Houston’s. Our goal was to bring to light specific issues that we felt they needed to address and correct. I am proud of the progress and look forward to continuing the dialogue and working together in the same communities that have helped make their business so successful.

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DeRay Mckesson Addresses Rapper T.I., Equality, LGBTQ Acceptance & More On HMWHC Podcast

On the new episode of the He-Man Woman Haters Club Podcast (HMWHC), host Mouse Jones is joined by Black Lives Matter activist and former school administrator DeRay Mckesson. The pair discuss Deray’s continuous fight for equality, the notorious Baton Rouge arrest and the current school system. Deray also took the time to address comments made by rapper T.I., as well as why the LGBTQ community has yet to be fully accepted. On a much lighter note, Deray answered Mouse’s question as to whether or not he has groupies and his relationship with fellow activist Johnetta “Netta” Elzie.

Twitter: @deray @Mouse_Jones @HMWHCpodcast

Hustle Gang – Want Smoke (feat. T.I., Young Dro, London Jae & Yung Booke)[Music Video]

Just in time for the holiday season, Hustle Gang gift fans with a new dope visual off their recent collaboration album – We Want Smoke. This title track, We Want Smoke, features caribbean inspired vocals from London Jae, alongside raw lyrics from T.I., Young Dro and Yung Booke. Check it out now on World Star Hip Hop.

Hustle Gang Announces Debut Album, ‘We Want Smoke,’ Out October 13th

We Want Smoke’, the first-ever collaborative Hustle Gang album from Tip “T.I.” Harris and his fresh roster of artists, is officially available for pre-order HERE. The 17-track album will be released on October 13th and features songs such as “Game 7”, which released June 25th, “Do No Wrong”, which released digitally on July 28th and “Friends”, which released September 8 along with a visual. “Friends”, which features Tokyo Jetz, T.I., RaRa, Brandon Rossi and Young Dro, is currently climbing the charts on urban mainstream radio.

New tracks like self-titled “We Want Smoke” and “Gateway” have a feel that will quickly become fan favorites. Popular producers 30 Rock, Weezy Beats, Lex Lugar, Stroud, Turbo and Hustle Gang’s own RaRa all have their sounds heard on the project. When fans pre-order, they will instantly receive Do No Wrong, Game 7 and Friends. ‘We Want Smoke’ will show you why RaRa, Yung Booke, Tokyo Jetz, Translee, London Jae, B.o.B, Trae Tha Truth and T.I. are undeniable forces to be reckoned with.

Itunes / Apple Music : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/we-want-smoke-feat-t-i-b-o-b-london-jae-tokyo-jetz/id1288810322?app=itunes

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bzrw3yzajuvxozuu75ucbgz6by

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075VNBBVJ?tag=smarturl-20

(@TIP’s DJ) @DJMLK: “There Will Be No Handouts”

DJ MLK is most known for his ‘Goodnight Doesn’t Exist In ATL’ mixtape series and being Hustle Gang’s & T.I.’ s official DJ. He moved to Atlanta, GA as a teenager after realizing there was money to be made in the music & entertainment industry. He credits Black Bill Gates & DJ Scream for paving the way for him as an entrepreneur and Big Bank Black as the first artist to give him his first real check.

After gaining valuable contacts such as Jeezy, Rocko, & Trey Songz, MLK received the opportunity to be a road DJ for T.I. DJ MLK recalls starting from the bottom passing out flyers for Grand Hustle prior to earning a respectable position. With years of hard work and dedication, DJ MLK & T.I. built an unbreakable bond. MLK also credits T.I. as being a man of his word and a loyal friend.

DJ MLK also speaks on how easy it is to get blackballed in the music industry and describes what DJs expect to see from independent artists.

Be on the lookout for his upcoming single with TIP, Jeremih & Young Thug.

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Hustle Gang – “Do No Wrong” feat. GFMBRYYCE, Young Dro, T.I. [Music Video]

GFM Bryyce collabs with Grand Hustle front men, Tip “T.I.” Harris and Young Dro, for his debut smash record “Do No Wrong”. This visual showcases Bryyce accidentally running in to a pair of robbers, only to have their duffle bags switched in the process. Watch as the day unfolds for Bryyce, Dro and T.I. with cameo appearances from Hustle Gang VP Trae Tha Truth and comedian Haha Davis. This track is the lead single off the upcoming Hustle Gang collaborative project We Want Smoke set to release September 15th.

Hustle Gang – Friends (feat. T.I., Rara, Brandon Rossi, Tokyo Jetz & Young Dro)[Music Video]

Just in time to wrap the summer Grand Hustle President Tip “T.I.” Harris enlists Hustle Gang members Young Dro, Tokyo Jetz, Rara and Brandon Rossi for a dope track entitled, “Friends”. This single showcases the versatility that Hustle Gang hones from the raw lyrics of Tokyo Jetz, clever punch lines by RaRa, Tip’s narrative ballads and more. Giving an old school ‘Hype Williams’ feel, the “Friends” visual, directed by Tip & Maya Table, is eye catching and hypnotic, fusing filmic art and simplicity all in one. “Friends” displays what each artist brings to the table and how they’re unique sounds and lyrics blend with one another.

The Hustle Gang album, We Want Smoke, is set to release October 2017.

About Grand Hustle
Grand Hustle is an Atlanta, Georgia based record label. Grand Hustle is home to the Hustle Gang, which includes artists: Tip “T.I.”Harris, Trae Tha Truth, B.o.B, Young Dro, Yung Booke, London Jae, Tokyo Jetz, RaRa, Translee, Travis Scott and Iggy Azalea. The label also houses a roster of record producers including Lil’ C, Mars, Street Dreams and more.

T.I., David Banner, The Dream and Crime Mob Tear Down The Stage During KP The Great’s Surprise DJ Set For A-Town Music Fest

KP The Great – Photo Credit Joe Films


Last Weekend, thousands of music lovers invaded Atlanta for the first-ever ‘A-Town Music Fest. Held at the famous Wolf Creek Amphitheater, this festival highlighted some of the artists that helped shape the sound of Southern Hip Hop and put ATL on the map. Dungeon Family’s own, KP The Great, controlled the vibes in between each act and kept the energy at an all time high DJing for his DF brothers, The Goodie Mob.

Ceelo Green and KP The Great – Photo Credit Joe Films


Goodie Mob



Towards the end of the night, KP The Great surprised the crowd with a true Atlanta special guest DJ set. ScottyATL introduced the set with his song “Cloud IX” which set the tone. KP hit the ATL crowd with a barrage of Atlanta hits and then David Banner hit the stage, performing music from his acclaimed album, “#TheGodBox”, as well as his classic hit “Like A Pimp”. The Dream followed, who performed his hit records “I Luv Your Girl” and “Rockin’ That Thang”which had all the ladies singing to every word. KP The Great transitioned from that song to Crime Mob’s set, who performed smash hits “Stilettos”, “Rock Yo Hips” and “Knuck if You Buck”, which had the entire crowd on their feet.

T.I. – Photo Credit Joe Films


To end his Atlanta set, KP The Great did a special Shawty Lo tribute for the fallen rapper, whose life ended tragically this year. As the tribute was closing, none other than T.I., the King of the South. T.I., ran out to close out the set. T.I., who was celebrating the 14th birthday of Trap Muzik, gave his fans an impromptu show, performing classics like “24’s”, “You Don’t Know Me” and ending on a high note with “Rubberband Man” with Banner joining him on stage. “These artists I brought out for the show have all contributed and shaped Atlanta music. Each of them are unique and have made a major impact to the music industry. Big thanks to my brothers Tip, Banner, Dream and ScottyATL and Crime Mob for helping to make history tonight”, KP The Great stated.


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KP The Great – Photo Credit Joe Films

KP The Great and The Dream

David Banner and ScottyATL – Photo Credit Vincent G. Photos