T.I. very well might have propelled himself back into relevance with these verses. Only person talking about Tip before this was Tiny. But these bars remind me of T.I.'s early career, which is coincidentally my favorite era. This is the Tip I can still hear talking about "money rolls, cars and clothes..." go ahead and run that back and think about how hype you got to that song when it hit the streets. I'm not saying this song has the raw energy of that classic, but it's more akin to that raw steez than his more reflective bars of recent years. I'm a fan.