T.I. and the Grand Hustle gang have taken their talents to Columbia Records. The Atlanta hustler announced the move after almost a year as free agents following their 2012 departure from Atlantic Records.
"I’m honored to be partners with such a successful, passionate and creative conglomerate like Columbia Records, who respects and supports the vision of their artist and partners," Tip said in a release. "Nothing but love, respect & appreciation for Doug Morris, Rob Stringer and the entire staff. Also, a special thank you to my big bruh, Sk8board P, for always believing in me and also executive producing my upcoming project."
The roster, which already boasts signees like B.o.B., Travi$ Scott and Trae The Truth, continues to stay active in the rap realm with steady releases while the Hustle gang leader is expected to drop his Trouble Man: He Who Wears the Crown next year.