T.I. has been plotting his return to the fold for a minute, with The Dime Trap set to drop later this year. Given Tip’s status as a Trap forefather, it stands to reason that his output will always remain rooted in the genre he professed to pioneer. Such is indeed the case on “Jefe,” a Bangladesh produced banger infused with Latin sensibilities; that’s not to say that Southern roots are neglected, represented here through a staccato burst of brass.
Lyrically, both parties opt to let the credit cards do the bulk of the legwork. Such luxuries are only afforded to those atop the castle, a position Meek Mill is once again occupying.
T.I. has been quietly finessing his 10th studio album The Dime Trap. After several botched attempts at finding a passable thread, T.I has finally commenced his album rollout for the aforementioned title. At midnight, two fully pressed singles will indubitably put any doubts to rest, the first of which, “Jefe” will also mark an active for Meek Mill, whose been solely focused on his extensive tour of the media. The second single, “Wraith” with Yo Gotti, is by all accounts a fairly straightforward Trap record that wouldn’t sound out of place 3 years from now, or 6 years in the past, give or take your patience for change.