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Trap Muzik (Deluxe Edition) [Deluxe Edition]

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Download links and information about Trap Muzik (Deluxe Edition) [Deluxe Edition] by T. I.. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:27:24 minutes.

Artist: T. I.
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:27:24
Buy on iTunes $12.99

Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Trap Muzik (feat. Mac Boney) 4:00
2. I Can't Quit 4:17
3. Be Easy 3:18
4. No More Talk 3:53
5. Doin' My Job 4:13
6. Let's Get Away (Old Hook) 4:37
7. 24'S 4:42
8. Rubber Band Man (Buster Skit) 5:47
9. Look What I Got 3:05
10. I Still Luv You 4:58
11. Let Me Tell You Something 3:40
12. T.I. Vs. T.I.P. 3:52
13. Bezzle (feat. Eightball & MJG, Bun B of UGK) 4:54
14. King of da South 5:00
15. Be Better Than Me 5:00
16. Long Live da Game 2:14
17. Rubber Band Man (Remix) 4:32
18. Rubber Band Man 3:59
19. 24's 4:03
20. Be Easy 2:46
21. Let's Get Away (Edited Version) 4:34

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This deluxe reissue of Atlanta rapper T.I.’s commercial and artistic breakthrough Trap Muzik displays T.I.’s clear influence on a host of emerging Atlanta trap and snap rap artists. On Trap Muzik T.I. succeeded in effortlessly fusing the frantic bounce tempos and slang heavy street narratives of his debut with the polished aesthetics of mainstream Hip-Hop. The jittery drum programming and chopped and screwed refrain of “Bezzle” referenced a host of longstanding Southern Rap tropes, from the slow rolling tempos of Houston’s Rap-a-lot family to the bass heavy club music of the now forgotten Atlanta rap pioneer MC Shy-D. And radio-ready tunes like the triumphant “Rubber Band Man” saw T.I. brokering an uneasy truce with the synth-heavy beats and anthemic choruses of mainstream rap. The results are never less than mesmerizing, as T.I. has the charisma and the talent to make this potentially awkward marriage of styles seem effortless.