Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Rolling Stone Talks to TI

Rolling Stone spoke to the under-house-arrest rapper TI recently, and I wouldn't point this out except that at one point they asked him what he thinks about Jay-Z's American Gangster and he responded that he thought it was "one of [Jay-Z's] best albums since The Black Album." Well, including American Gangster, Jay-Z has released a whopping total of 2 records since The Black Album, so that's sort of like saying that dinner I just ate was one of my most fulfilling meals since I had breakfast this morning. RS asks TI about some other stuff, too, including his new album Paper Trail, so check it.

6 comments:

Andrew said...

I don't see what's wrong with his comments. Like, I thought The Information was Beck's best album since Guero.

Joey (reasonableman616) said...

oh of course, and the cool is Lupe's best album since food and liquor

June 16th said...

i think bejars albums are all great equally at the same time

G said...

i think in rainbows is radiohead's best album since pablo honey

Andrew said...

I think Jagged Little Pill Acoustic was Alanis Morisette's finest effort since Jagged Little Pill

joey (reasonableman616) said...

haha jagged little pill acoustic...also, trapped in the closet chapters 13-22 were the funniest thing in music since trapped in the closet parts 1-12.

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