Conversation with T.I. and Elliott Wilson at the Gramercy Theater!


I witnessed greatness as Elliott Wilson interviewed T.I., better known as The King of the South at the Gramercy Theater last night in New York City. T.I. is a rapper, record producer, author, actor, a father, and a husband. Busy man I’ll say. Elliott Wilson, a very well known journalist conducted an extensive and intriguing interview with T.I. addressing his childhood, albums, record labels, and more.

I had the honor of being seated in the audience to experience Mr. Wilson’s incredible interviewing skills, and the high energy given from the talented and remarkably successful rapper, T.I. He just released his 9th album on October 21st called “Paperwork” and also has his own reality show called “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle.”

IMG_3386Everyone wants to know what makes “Paperwork” different from T.I.’s other 8 albums. Well, according to T.I. this album shows his growth and evolution. He was able to push past his limitations to expand as an artist and demonstrate his creativity. One line in particular stood out to me from this interview, which was, “I make a conscious effort to go the opposite direction of what everyone else is doing.” Originality is important and keeps the rap game interesting therefore I understand T.I.’s determination to stay in his own lane.

Speaking of originality, Iggy Azalea has a unique image and style. During the interview, T.I. said it was something special about Iggy Azalea. He called it a “Killer Instinct.” She blew up ultra fast; it’s clear to see she earned her title as The First Lady of Grand Hustle.

To learn more about T.I.’s thoughts on Iggy Azalea, Pharrell, Snoop Dogg, and other artists lookout for the interview with Elliott Wilson.



Who is Iggy Azalea?

Amethyst Amelia Kelly better known as Iggy Azalea is an Australian hip hop recording artist born on June 7, 1990. She’s a Wilhelmina Model, the face of Levi Jeans, and a rap artist whose name is swiftly spreading amongst the hip hop community. She was on the cover of XXL magazine in 2012 for the Top 10 Freshman issue, making history as the first women to be on the XXL’s Freshman list.Her first mixtape, Ignorant Art was released in 2011 and received over 34,000 downloads on TrapGold, her second mixtape released in 2012 totaled over 38,000 downloads on

Iggy is a Def Jam Artist, with a total of 3 EP’s. Iggy’s latest work is her debut album called “The New Classic”. “Change your life,” “Fancy,” “Work,” and “Bounce” are 4 hit records all on the “The New Classic” album. “Fancy” has been the number 1 record on Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks. Iggy is featured on Ariana Grande’s new record “Problem” and it has the number 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. There’s only four female rap solo artists that reached the top of the Hot 100 and Iggy is one of them. She’s busy working hard, as TI’s new song “No Mediocre” featuring Iggy was just released this week and it’s already top 20 on itunesus. Keep up to date with this booming music artist by following her twitter =  fancy fierceUnknownimages