Biography of Rapper T I
The Atlanta Native Called The Rubberband Man
The biography of rapper t
i is a simple one. His real name is Clifford Joseph Harris and yes he is also a Junior.
Most people know that he is an Atalanta born artist but many don't know he was really
raised in the hood. South West Atlanta is a bad area and Clifford was raised in one of the roughest spots
there called Bankhead which is Zone 1.
The 5 foot 9 inch rapper who is known in the ATL streets as The Rubberband Man, King of the South or
T.I.P. Most people won't ride with the self proclaimed statement of the "King" of the south due to the other big
named hip hop stars that reside down in that region like Plies, Ludacris, Outkast and even Lil Jon.
Any news on T.I. is big world wide because he is such a super star rap artist. This is why questions like
Why Was Rapper T I Arrested linger on the Internet even after it has
been several months. His music is deep but club raw depending on which of his alter egos is in the recording booth.
He sells madd ringtones whenever an album drops and he has about 7 or 8 kids too.
I'm not sure who the babies mammas are and none really matter except one which is Tiny the singer from the
former RnB group Xscape. This woman remains the closest to his heart and they have been through alot including the
T.I. and Tiny baby miscarriage. that was a pretty ill time in his life.
T.I.P's lyrics are written by mostly life experience and what he is really feeling kinda like a modern day
Tupac. you can even see the pain in some of the video shoots he attends before actually filming them. If you look
at his pictures you can catch a look of concern alot of times. This Atlanta bread dude is making some pretty good
damn albums too and that's the reason he has been successful.
I can't say that Clifford has handled his Famous role as a Celebrity that well due to the fact of him catching
cases and going to jail with all that money. There is better thugs to do than spending time locked up and on house
arrest. Fans still ride with him and support him but it's starting to get old. Once you have accomplished a career
as a rapper you need to stay stead fast until you can gracefully bow out.
I get tired of seeing pics of hiphop artist mug shots. Radio networks love reporting dirt and they don't blast
very much good so T.I. and related artist like Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy have to keep a low profile
on that street level of thuggin'.