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  • Audio CD (March 9 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B0000AKQGT
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,240 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Trap Muzik
2. I Can't Quit
3. Be Easy
4. No More Talk
5. Doin' My Job
6. Let's Get Away
7. 24's
8. Rubber Band Man
9. Look What I Got
10. I Still Love You
11. Let Me Tell You Something
12. T.I. VS T.I.P.
13. Bezzle
14. Kingofdasouth
15. Be Better Than Me
16. Long Live Da Game

Product Description

Fast-rising hip-hop superstar T.I. follows his massive underground hit "In Da Streets, Parts 1 and 2" with his eagerly awaited Grand Hustle/Atlantic debut, Trap Muzik. Featuring the shoulder bouncing, head-bobbing first single, "24's", Trap Muzik finds the Atlantic-based rapper at his mischievous best. Checking in on the set are producers DJ Toomp, Sanchez, Carlos and Dada, and Jazze Pha, as well as artists Jagged Edge, 8 Ball & MJG and Bun B of UGK. Heavy on introspection and streetwise enlightenment, Trap Muzik is more than just a scroll around the 'hood - it's journey through the mind of one of today's most exciting new hip-hop artists.

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By A Customer on June 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
I appreciate the fact that T.I. actually has something new to say. I have alot of CD's where I can't listen to the CD without skipping a few tracks; I've never had to do this with Trap Muzik. Each track seems to flow to the next one ranging from topics about drug dealin' to his views on his mistakes as well as an Ode to his children on "I Still Luv You".
If you've read any of his articles, you'd notice that he has alot to say and infact is a very intelligent young man. This fact comes across on his CD as well.
There are a few club records on this CD,but you can't have a CD full of serious issues,because lets face it, even though that's something that we,as listeners, say we want, we wouldn't buy it.Therefore, it wouldn't sale.
Overall, I think this CD is a step for Hip Hop in the right direction. I appreciate an artist who isn't afraid to show a softer side on their CD and T.I. does just that.
I hope he continues to make music and continues to use his CD as a journal and diary into the life of T.I. because I,for one, will be sure to listen.
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In 2001, an unknown rapper broke through on the southern underground with his debut album 'I'm Serious' - which was highly slept on. On his debut and then the follow, he makes the claim he's 'Da King Of Da South' and no one was going to argue. The rapper: T.I. Since his first album, T.I. has rhymed alongside some really noteable name's - David Banner, Lil Jon, Killer Mike, Bonecrusher ('Never Scared' anyone?) among others. On 'Trap Muzik', T.I. really delivers. Everyone's heard the riding anthem '24's' and that's just one of the hits he drops.
To kick things off, T.I. and Grand Hustle artist Mac Boney deliver the title track 'Trap Muzik'. T.I.'s flow and delivery is one target and this cut's amazing. 'I Can't Quit' follows this up and T.I. really gets at the haters on this one. Really ridin'. One of the hottest tracks is definetly 'No More Talk' with a chorus that's just pure fiyah. T.I. really delivers on this one. '24's' is amazing and is swiflty followed by the third single, the David Banner produced 'Rubber Band Man'. The beat is menacing and the hook is addictive (Rubber Band Man, wild as a Taliban!). The hottest track on the album is easily the soulful 'I Still Luv U' which is T.I.'s hottest cut to date in my opinion. Amazing with such great replay value.
Other tight songs include 'Be Easy' where he gets at DTP, the insightful 'T.I. Vs. T.I.P.' and the Bun B and 8Ball & MJG assisted 'Bezzle'. There's not a bad track on the album and T.I. captivates you from start to finish. The lyrics, flow and beats on the album keep T.I. ontop of the south, and you can't deny him as Da King Of Da South with this one. Easily a 5 star classic.
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I really think that this album should be in the top five best in the south. I think that people were either not really feeling T.I. or either diddn't hear 24's and just heard RUBBER BAND MAN and now are buying the CD That,s why when the album first droped there were only 2 reviews on the album.T.I. Might be the 2nd or 3rd best to come from the south, of coarse some people might say what about master P, NELLY, or LUDACRIS but the difference between them and T.I. is that lyrically T.I. beats them.Besides lyrics you have to have great beats and phat hooks and T.I. has both and don't think that T.I.,s album is soft, or commercial because of rubber band man that,s why he came out with 24,s first. Wrappin this up I have to say that this album is a classic and if you don't have this, your album collection cant be complete but I have tell ya that if your expecting every song to be fast pased party hiped southern songs like most of them are your not going to get that,the beats are hot but most of them seem to sound like south side and east coast blended together but you should still cop the album.
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I bought this T.I. Album hoping to hear sounds of a beautiful orchestra, because the cover obviously makes it appear to be a classical album. I wanted to settle down in front of the fireplace reading a novel by Hershy Roomsfeld and hear soothing, wonderful sounds. But when I put in T.I.'s album I heard something completely different. His compositions consist of nothing but silly drum machine sounds. He doesn't even sing! He simply chants words and yells. I did not know that people made CDs that sounded like this. He even uses curse words and talks about activities like sexual intercourse. I had to turn the album off because my great nephew Thaddeus Samuel Johnson III was in the room, and he never hears such vulgarity at the boy's academy where he is tutored. The rest of T.I.'s lyrics consist of words which I do not know, like "tite" "phat" "crunk" "shawty" "gangstaz" and "thugz." Would someone please define these?
If you want to hear good compositions, buy any recording of the Symphonies, concertos, or preludes by Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich. His use of texture and harmony is exquisite, and he does not tout himself as a "crunk thug shawty gangsta pimp."
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I dont know why this album only went gold on the charts, he put a lot of work on this album, and it's a big step up from the "I'm serious" album, I knew he had talent then but maybe not the right production...this album is straight up HOT!! I can listen to the whole thing and not skip a track...heres a list of songs:
1.Trap Muzik 4/5(Good song, nice start)
2.I Can't Quit 5/5 (good track, nice lyrics)
3. Be Easy 5/5 (tight beat also good lyrics)
4.No More Talk 4/5 (i liked it, was one of my first favorites)
5.Doin My Job 3/5 ( kinda wierd at first, but I actualy liked it, chorus is tight)
6.Lets Get Away 4/5 (didn't like at first, but when i actualy listened to it...TITE)
7.24's 4/5(the one that every1 was bumpin..cant say i dont like it)
8.Rubberband man 4/5( his single and most popular song out right now, tells you why he wears a rubber band )
9.Look what I got 5/5!!!!!(my favorite song, TITE BEAT, tite chorus, tite lyrics)
The rest are 4/5...
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