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Los Angeles serves as the backdrop for the video for T.I.'s nostalgic "Memories Back Then" which will be the first single off the upcoming Hustle Gang project.



  • korupt k9

    This is the type of music that needs to be replayed on ipods everywhere! quality music deserves a huge fanbase, but in today's society all you need for a hit song is a lex luger type beat, a big name, and braggadocios lyrics, its a damn shame!

  • Anonymous

    this is dope. sounds good when there is a bitch on the hook... if this was ymcmb, drake woulda been on the hook singin bout how much loves birdman and lil wayne. faggots!

  • Anonymous

    im with t i p on this one heavy tune

  • bang

    love it i want more b.o.b ft tip tracks

  • jenesys

    Hold on, is that you? Kdot.

  • Anonymous

    shit beat. cool verses.

  • azerty12

    I have to go with Kendrick on this one, another classic verse

  • Selecao

    Kendrick lamar is impressive

  • spawnY

    I like this song, Kendrick was incredible, I rly have to buy his album damn

  • the-shadi

    Holy shit, kendrick was amazing

  • vesselMcFly

    Kendrick murked this... again props boy

  • Anonymous

    I know Kendrick trynna' be ah' nice dude-n-all, but he can't be doin' all these features. Features that's not even beneficiary to him like that. That's how yo' stuff become over saturated.

    • Anonymous

      How is it not beneficiary for him to do features?? He's not on everybody's stuff like Wayne was back in the day. Its getting him more exposure.

  • Nick Newman

    Dope song and video. Glad to finally see visuals to this track. Kendrick, Bob, and Tip all came correct on this one.

  • T.I. - Trouble Man II: He Who Wears the Crown

    Disc 1 1. All for the Love (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League) 2. If You Know feat. Jay-Z (Produced by Just Blaze) 3. Where I've Been (Produced by Jake One) 4. Thank God (Produced by Kanye West, co. Mike Dean) 5. The Way Life Is feat. Kelly Rowland (Produced by Tricky Stewart, co. The-Dream) 6. Put Your Hands Up (Produced by The Neptunes) 7. Glory feat. Nas (Produced by No I.D.) 8. Twilight feat. B.o.B (Produced by B.o.B) 9. The Truth feat. Kanye West (Produced by Kanye West, co. Mike Dean) 10. Walk Like a Soldier (Produced by Just Blaze) 11. Stop (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League) 12. Pop It (Produced by The Neptunes) 13. Good Times feat. Rihanna (Produced by Kanye West, co. No I.D., co. Mike Dean) 14. He Who Wears the Crown (Produced by Tricky Stewart, co. The-Dream) Disc 2 1. Blood Pressure feat. Iggy Azalea (Produced by DJ Toomp) 2. Run for Cover (Produced by Mike WiLL Made It) 3. I Don't Care (Produced by Mike Dean) 4. You Know Why (Produced by DJ Toomp) 5. Everywhere I Go (Produced by Big K.R.I.T.) 6. Crazy Girl feat. Ciara (Produced by DJ Toomp) 7. All Night feat. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz (Produced by Swizz Beatz) 8. Whatever feat. Jazze Pha (Produced by Mike Dean, co. Jazze Pha) 9. Ain't No Way feat. Young Jeezy (Produced by DJ Toomp) 10. If I Should Die feat. Scarface (Produced by Mike Dean) 11. Blackout feat. Trae tha Truth (Produced by DJ Toomp) 12. Blunt Object (Produced by Mike Dean) 13. My Enemies (Produced by Big K.R.I.T.) 14. Some South Shit (Produced by Drumma Boy)

  • Andr

    The hook was corny, but the beat and lyrics were good, props to the three of them first shit I've heard from B.o.B inna while that I've thought was actually coming from HIM, not record sales.

  • Anonymous

    how hard is it to make a banger kick the bitches out the studio and rap over simple beats and i mean eat those beats alive

    • ETK

      "how hard is it to make a banger" "make simple beats" wow, really? either you're stuck in the 90s or you have no idea how the business works

  • Anonymous

    ti vs tip was t.i. peak b.o.b could be the best rapper alive imagine a raw b.o.b and this hoook is pussy