Trae The Truth Drops New Video “Changed On Me” Featuring Money Man | @Traeabn

Trae The Truth connects with Money Man on “Changed On Me” Video

Hustle Gang’s own Trae The Truth came through with the brand new video “Changed On Me” featuring one
of the newest faces out of Atlanta in Money Man.

Produced by Nonstop Da Hitman of 808 Mafia.

The Houston rapper continues to deliver that heat as so done in this new video.

Currently, right now he’s on the road with T.I. and the whole gang.

Money Man right now is riding the wave of his hit single “How It Feel”.

Check this video out and look for more music from the Houston emcee.

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@Tip’s @GrandHustleGang Takesover @RealSway in the Morning

T.I.’s Hustle Gang Takeover Sway in the Morning & Freestyle Live

Hustle Gang Takeover NYC

TIP swings by Sway in the Morning with his whole Hustle Gang squad takeover.

Tip breaks down why he is drawn to each member.

Jacksonville native Tokyo Jetz says that it wasn’t until Lil Duval reposted her work that she started taking her artistry more seriously.

Atlanta rapper Yung Booke tells us what he’s learned so far about the industry.

And what inspired his single “H.I.T.V.” featuring London Jae.

London Jae speaks on his latest project Ambition and reveals why he had to let go of certain ambitions during his come up.

And RaRa speaks on why he got into production, rapping, and how he linked up with Tip.

If you haven’t yet make sure to look out for Hustle Gang live on tour in a city near you.

Check out hustlegangtour.com for details.

Make sure to follow T.I. on his Official Twitter for future updates on Hustle Gang.’

Check out the video below.

T.I. Drops Powerful Message With Short Film ‘US OR ELSE’ | @Tip

T.I.’s latest album Us Or Else: Letter to the System released as a TIDAL exclusive, was an underrated but important project.

The inspiration behind the music was killing of unarmed Black citizens at the hands of police and the injustice that follows in the courts of law.

The short film explores the strained relationship between police and the black community.

“Police brutality is really just a tentacle to a larger problem – the racial divide and the systemic racism that goes on from the highest of highs to the lowest of the low of society in America.”

Is what Tip told CNN in an interview about the short film.

The title track of the album features London Jae, Translee, Charlie Wilson and B.o.B.

You can watch the short film in full below.