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.