Hustle Gang leader T.I. knows just how much an impact his King album had on the rap game. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to reflect on his project’s 12-year-anniversary.

Tip went to Instagram Monday (January 29) and dished on why his 2006 project is much more than a regular rap release.

Last spring, the King the South said he couldn’t see himself putting out more than three studio albums before hanging up the mic.

Back in February, T.I. revealed his final studio album title.

In early January 2017, Tip sent out a friendly reminder about his contribution to trap music.

T.I. Pens Must-Read "King" 12-Year Anniversary Reflection: "This Album Changed My Life" –

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