Rapper T.I. has fully executed his 10 year contract with Atlantic Records and he is currently shopping around for a new home and a BIGGER deal. According to TMZ, the King of The South wants $75 million from his next label partner.
It's said that Tip is throwing in the towel for that amount of money, which will include three albums, 10-20 percent of publishing, touring, merchandise, film and TV rights, corporate endorsement deals, and exclusive signing of all Grand Hustle artists.
Sources tell TMZ, T.I. has already met with Dr. Dre, who asked him to join Interscope, and Jay-Z, who wants him in the Roc Nation family. In addition, Sony has reportedly put $50 million on the Table and Unversal is expected to counter.
T.I. released his seventh studio album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head, in December, which debuted at No.2 with 179K sold.