Jennifer Hudson continues to be a leader of the pack amongst her peers on the music scene, but with her latest video, we see clearly that she’s feeling great doing it! In her new video for “I Can’t Describe,” Hudson flaunts her “stuff” boldly and proudly for the world to see.
T.I. and his former Xscape-member wife Tameka have a combined 36 years worth of music industry experience under their belts, so it should be no surprise that they now have offspring who’ve decided to follow in their footsteps. In an exclusive interview with the Family Hustle stars, the celebrity couple and their kids reveal what it’s like to tackle entertainment’s ups and downs.
In an age when digital photography is a smartphone click away, it’s easy to forget that keeping visual memories wasn’t always so simple. Luckily for us, T.I. and Tiny have been wise about archiving their family photos, and in celebration of Father’s Day 2013, have offered to share snapshots from their personal collection.
T.I. and Tiny run a tight parenting ship in the ATL. In honor of our T.I. Father’s Day Weekend celebration, we asked the parents who’s the good cop and who’s the bad cop when it comes to doling out discipline.
T.I.‘s Family Hustle is expanding in a Major way. Pun intended. For the Marc Klasfeld visuals to “Hello” featuring CeeLo he’s brought along the whole clan to star in their very own T.I. style western.
We gave Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” our #ONREPEAT stamp of approval yesterday, and not just because of Thicke’s falsetto croon or Pharrell‘s righteous mashup of Marvin and MJ. One of the best parts of the video, and possibly of the 2000s, is seeing T.I. straight-up clowning on the dancefloor, busting moves that we never ever thought him possible of. Read more…
On tonight’s episode of T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle, Tip and Tiny spend some quality time with T-Swizzle (aka Taylor Swift) at the Atlanta stop of her Speak Now tour, which culminates in the two duetting on a killer version of “Live Your Life.” Well, that isn’t T.I.’s only duet of the night; we’re excited to be premiering the video for “Here Ye, Hear Ye,” which T.I. cut with Sk8brd (who is also known as Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes).
“Here Ye, Hear Ye” was one of the first songs that Tip recorded after he got sprung from the Big House back in October, and it’s a real window into T.I.’s state of mind during the 11 months that he spent incarcerated in the federal prison system (“Still baffled how my life unraveled / In the meantime time just traveled.”) As for how it came together, Pharrell told Hot 97′s Funkmaster Flex back in October that “My man came home and I just sent him something. And he got to it. You know what it is? He just got home. He’s in training. He’s getting ready. These are pull-ups, push-ups for Tip.”