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T.I. is the self-proclaimed King of the south, and has been running with the title for well over 10 years now. He's also doing well with his clothing line and reality show on VH-1, "The Family Hustle", as well. He was recently on the Trevor Noah show and talked about his latest video called "War Zone".

While he is still spitting the raw flavor that we are used to, this time he uses his star power to promote what's going on in the world today with police brutality and violence that plagues African American men and women due to excessive force from police. He talked with Trevor Noah about the new single and took a chance to talk about violence related to hip hop music as well.

T.I. takes stand on gangsta rap and police brutality:

If you have not seen the video, then you should most definitely take a look at "War Zone". The message is true, and I love the way he shows the imagery from another standpoint. He also pays homage to a lot of the fallen soldiers who have been killed by protectors of the law.

T.I.- "Warzone":

 

T.I.- "We Will Not":