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[AUDIO] T.I. Debuts New Song With Andre 3000
Posted by Joseph Lee on 11.27.2012

Billboard reports that T.I. has released a new song called "Sorry" from his new album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. The song features Andre 3000.

Andre raps: "And this that type of shit that make you call your rap partner and say, 'I'm sorry, I'm awkward / My fault for fucking up the tours / I hated all the attention so I ran from it / Fuck it if we did, but I hope we didn't' lose any fans from it."

Before previewing the song in New York City last month, T.I. said: "[The] collaboration that took long to happen. And [then] six years [later], I got a call and he ready, [he] basically shit on me on my own record. But I'm saying shit in my verses that he can't say, and I can't change that."

The album will be released on December 18. It also features Pink, Lil Wayne, R. Kelly, A$AP Rocky and more.


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