According to MTV:
When T.I. releases his T.I. vs T.I.P. album — now slated for July — it won’t just be a one-on-one face off of Clifford Harris’ two musical personas. Plenty of his friends are jumping on it. Sunday night via phone from Atlanta, T.I. revealed some of the album’s collaborators, and it sounded like a red-carpet roll call at a high-profile awards show. The biggest names? A guy who knows a thing or two about split personalities and some cat who T.I. just performed with at the Grammys.
I’m working with everybody who I have an opportunity to work with,” he added. “Timbaland, I’m working with Danja [Timbaland protégé Nate Hills] today. Scott Storch, Mannie Fresh, Wyclef — [Wyclef] came through with some real worldly music and great vocals. Nelly, Lil Wayne, R. Kelly. We reached out to Ciara, gonna see what she says. Akon did his thing for me. A lot of the Grand Hustle producers: Khao, Black Mob. … Just Blaze, we did a song called ‘Help Is Coming.’ I’m basically talking about how they say the industry is suffering. Well, help is on the way. Fret not.”
Can T.I. Pull off a double disc? Many have tried and failed at making a double disc that wasn’t better off being one disc.