Hustle & Grind Tour: Too Short and TI on Friday, June 29, at 7 p.m.
- Seating: sections 105, 107, 108, or 110; sections 101, 102, 113, or 114
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Hustle & Grind Tour
The Original: Credited as one of the pioneering rappers of West Coast hip hop, over his three-decade career Too Short has collaborated with Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Diddy, and more.
The Music: best known for hits such as “The Ghetto,” “Blow the Whistle,” and “Ain-t Nothing Like Pimpin-”
The Latest: After a five-year break, Too Short-s plans on breaking his silence with The Pimp Tape, an album that will be released mid-2018 and features guests spots by rappers such as G-Eazy, 2 Chainz, and Snoop Dogg.
What you know about T.I.: He-s the self-proclaimed “King of the South,” or as Pharrell once put it, “the Jay Z of the South.”
You may also know him as: Tip—the name under which he intends to release his forthcoming tenth album, The Dime Trap
Number of chart-topping albums: three; in fact, his debut album was his only full length that didn-t chart in the top 10
Club-conquering hits include: “Whatever You Like,” “What You Know,” “No Mediocre,” and the Young Thug-assisted “About the Money”
He-s been known to court controversy, but: he-s got a philanthropic streak as well—through his work with the Boys & Girls Club, he once donated 200 bicycles to neighborhood children and made a sizable donation in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.