March 14, 2013 08:37:10 GMT
The rapper mounts an elaborate production for his 'Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head' album track.
Apparently, the usual music video is not enough for T.I.'s track "Addresses", as he drops a seven-minute short film for it. The Clifton Bell-directed and Lisa Cunningham-produced clip from Grand Hustle Films and Atlanta Records stars the hip-hop recording artist/actor along with other Grand Hustle artists Shad Da God and Big Kuntry among many others.
Just like what he did with a previous track "Trap Back Jumpin' ", the Grand Hustle boss releases a short film to accompany another of his "Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head" track. The Ghettonerd Cinema production shows Tip driving frantically to get to his Hustle Gang members who are hanging out in what the clip mentions as "somewhere in the A, Pretty Ken's studio."
The short film rolls out as the 32-year-old rapper dishes his rhymes, which starts with the hook right at the onset, "Aye everything ain't what it seem / Ride dirty when I'm clean / Best check that disrespect unless you want it with the king / Put a address on that sh*t, who you talm 'bout? What you mean?" In between the song cuts, fans can get to see some fierce acting from T.I.
"Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head" is T.I.'s eight studio album. It features such big names as Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Lil Wayne, Andre 3000 (Andre Benjamin), R. Kelly, and Cee-Lo Green. Shortly prior to the release of the said album, T.I. announced that he would release the sequel as his next album to be titled "Trouble Man: He Who Wears the Crown".
T.I.'s "Addresses" music video