Rapper T.I. and hip-hop entrepreneur Jay-Z (photo inset).
ATLANTA (AP) — Rapper T.I. is partnering with two of Jay Z’s companies.
T.I. announced Monday night during a private pop-up concert in Atlanta that the entertainment company Roc Nation will distribute his 10th album “Dime Trap” and he’ll be a part owner of the Tidal streaming service. The concert was streamed live on Tidal.
The Grammy-winning rapper will become the 19th musician to become an owner of streaming service. His album will be released through his label Grand Hustle Records and distributed by Roc Nation. Jay Z owns Roc Nation and Tidal.
T.I. took the stage for more than an hour at a popular mall, performing some of his biggest hits including “Why You Wanna,” ”Live Your Life” and his new single “Money Talk.” Rappers Young Thug and Young Dro also performed with him.