We’ve seen an increasing number of rappers making collaborative albums lately, and the latest rappers to follow suit are T.I., Jeezy, and Rocko who are reportedly working on a joint album.
This was revealed by T.I.’s DJ, DJ MLK, who said: “I’m not supposed to do this, but f**k it. Y’all about to hear a project – I don’t know when it’s coming out – but you heard it here first. T.I., you got Jeezy, you got Rocko. It’s gonna be an album. Those three guys. Y’all stay tuned. Y’all gonna see some advertisements on it. But you heard it first, man.”
In addition to spilling the details of the joint project, MLK spoke on the King of Atlanta’s upcoming album, Paperwork, hinting that the it’ll give us the old T.I. back. He told HipHopSince1987: “T.I.’s ninth studio LP, will consist of components from past projects including I’m Serious, Trap Musik, and King.