T.I. Grabs the Mic for NPR's 'Tiny Desk Concert'

The “King of the South” performs some of his biggest bangers.

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Atlanta legend T.I. is the newest performer for NPR‘s Tiny Desk Concert. Following Erykah Badu’s performance last week, T.I. is joined by a live band to play out hit tracks “Rubber Band Man,” “What You Know” and “Live Your Life.” This year marks the 15-year anniversary of his second album Trap Muzik which was only the beginning of his journey and led him to be claimed as “King of the South.”

Take a look at T.I.’s Tiny Desk Concert performance above and let us know your thoughts. Fans of the music series can also check out Mac Miller’s heartfelt showcase from earlier in the month.

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