Hip-hop star T.I. has revealed his upcoming 'King Uncaged' album could feature as many as six collaborations with Kanye West, as the rapper brought a ''combustible energy'' to the studio.
T.I's upcoming album could feature as many as six collaborations with Kanye West.
The hip-hop star - who is to release seventh studio album 'King Uncaged' later in the year - revealed the 'All Falls Down' hitmaker brought a "combustible energy" to the studio when the pair were laying down tracks.
He told MTV news: "Well, Kanye, man, he's a phenomenal talent. It goes without saying that it's combustible energy when we're in the studio. I'm excited to present it.
"I just left Hawaii with Kanye. We did six records."
However, the rapper is not the only high-profile artist to collaborate with T.I. for the album, which is the 'Swagga Like Us' star's first record since he was released from prison earlier in the year.
He said: "My Eminem collaboration is in the making, it just hasn't been recorded yet. The song has been picked out and it's been agreed for us to do it. We're thinking about a song that can definitely make its way to the clubs."