T.I born Clifford Joseph Harris Jr is the grammy award winning Hip hop artist labelled by Pharrell as the "Jay Z of the south". In 2001 he released his debut album “I`m serious” through Arista and has since released 2003`s Trap Muzik, 2004`s Urban Legend, 2006`s King, 2007`s T.I vs. T.I.P and his 2008 release Paper Trail. During this time he had numerous hits with classic T.I songs and T.I music videos for "Bring em out", "U dont know me", "Whatever you like". Check out the video below for T.I`s hit song "Bring Em Out" which peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Top 100. The video was directed by Fats Cats and shot in Atlanta. Dj Drama, Swizz Beatz and Jazze Pha were featured in the video too. But it wasn’t all easy for the young T.I. His first album “I`m serious” on Arista bombed selling only 168,000 in the US and peaking at 98 on the Billboard charts. It was then that T.I formed Grand Hustle Entertainment which led him to a deal with Atlantic records. His next album Trap Muzik sold 109,000 copies in its first week. It spawned the T.I songs and T.I videos for “Be Easy” and “Rubberband Man” and at last T.I was on the road to stardom. More great T.I songs and T.I videos were to follow but this gave the public their first glimpse of a potential new Hip hop superstar. Check out the video below for T.I`s hit song "You Dont Know Me" a track that peaked at number 23 in the US charts. T.I`s group P$C appear in the background and this video was nominated for "Best rap video" at the MTV Awards. The next T.I album entitled “Urban Legend” released in November 2004 debuted on the Billboard Top 100 at number seven selling 194,000 copies in the process. At last a star was born. As “Urban Legend” spawned the classic T.I songs and classic T.I videos for “Bring em out”, “U don’t know me”. More classic T.I songs and T.I videos were to surface soon afterwards in the form of a collaboration with Destinys Child on the track “Soldier” also featuring Lil Wayne. In 2006 T.I also received two grammy nominations for his collaboration with Destinys Child on “Soldier” and for “U don’t know me” or his album “Urban Legend”. Check out the video below for T.I`s hit song "Whatever You Like". This song gave T.I his first number one single in the US. The music video was filmed in Malibu, California and was directed by Dave Meyers. More success was to follow in the shape of T.I`s fourth album “King” which spawned more classic T.I songs and T.I videos in the shape of “Top Back (remix)”, “What You Know”, “Live In The Sky” and “Ride with me”. The album sold 522,000 copies on its first week certifying a new Hip hop superstar was born. More hits would follow and more classic T.I songs and T.I videos in his next two albums “T.I vs. T.I.P” and 2008`s “Paper Trail” which featured the lead single “Whatever You Like” which became T.I`s first number one single. Check out the video below for T.I`s hit song "Top Back" remix featuring Young Jeezy. The video was shot in Miami and featured Big Kuntry King and Baby Gangsta.