56 Bars
by T.I.

Album: Paper Trail (2008)
  • This braggadocio filled rap was produced by DJ Toomp. The Atlanta based producer worked with T.I. on his first four albums, including his breakthrough Grammy winning hit single "What You Know."
  • On this track T.I. is telling us how he's still on top of his game.
  • Some reviewers have claimed that the lyric "Turn a brunch into a brawl/do what you gone do…" refers to T.I.'s brawl with Ludacris' manager and business associate Chaka Zulu. They allegedly traded blows during a Warner Music hosted brunch, and a brief melee followed.

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