No Mercy was supposed to be T.I.?s first album after getting out of prison — until he was recently hauled back for violating probation. The self-proclaimed ”King of the South” addresses his troubles on tracks like ”Welcome to the World” and ”Castle Walls.” He remains unrepentant, though: On ”Get Back Up,” he arrogantly apologizes for being human rather than for his crimes. That crown must be getting heavy. B
No MercyNo Mercy was supposed to be T.I.?s first album after getting out of prison — until he was recently hauled back for violating...No MercyHip-Hop/RapNo Mercy was supposed to be T.I.?s first album after getting out of prison — until he was recently hauled back for violating...2010-12-30
HOW LIFE CHANGED T.I.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: T.I.
Posted January 17 2015 — 2:22 PM EST
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