While most Southern MCs are all about making the party crunk, Atlanta native T.I. has a different agenda with his Grand Hustle/ Atlantic debut.

While most Southern MCs are all about making the party crunk, Atlanta native T.I. has a different agenda with his Grand Hustle/ Atlantic debut. "Trap Muzik" spotlights tales of drugs, crime and life in the ghetto. The DJ Toomp-produced title track, which features Mac Boney, gives listeners a vivid description of the drug game in Atlanta. But T.I. does know how to party. Lead single "24's" celebrates the pleasures of the glamorous life and is set to an infectious track. Other highlights include the melodic "Let's Get Away," "No More Talk" and the bluesy "I Can't Quit." As the follow-up to the artist's sorely underrated debut, "I'm Serious" (released on Arista in 2001), "Trap Muzik" is poised to put T.I. on the national radar screen.—RH