Harris exploded into national prominence in 2003 with Trap Muzik, his first Grand Hustle/Atlantic recording. The set debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 album chart and went on to sell nearly a million units, spawning such top-charters as 24's, Rubber Band Man and Let's Get Away. With the success of Trap Muzik, Harris dramatically clinched his reputation as the self-proclaimed King of the South.
Harris returns with King on March 28th, his fourth major label full-length solo release, and third through his joint venture deal with Atlantic Records. Picking up where his previous effort left off, King (Grand Hustle/Atlantic) builds on the sound and the success of 2004's Urban Legend -- a blockbuster project that debuted at the top of Billboard's Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart and at #7 on the Billboard 200; spawned the RIAA platinum-certified single Bring Em Out; and the Grammy-nominated smash U Don't Know Me registered over $3 million in ringtone sales and was certified RIAA platinum, going on to sell over 1.3 million copies in the U.S. alone.
|Birth Name||Clifford 'Tip' Joseph Harris Jr.|
|Birthday||September 25, 1980 (43)|
|Birthplace||Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
|Height||5' 9½" (1m77) How tall is T.I. compared to you?|