Dr. Dre, Future, and Zaytoven are among those who have sold their catalogs for many millions.

It doesn’t look like T.I. is going to join the list.

Tip spit out a “nope” when Shannon Sharpe asked if he planned to sell his catalog.

But then he hedged a bit.

“Well, listen. I think that there are many ways to utilize and manipulate your catalog.  One of them is selling it outright.  Another one is licensing.  You can license someone the use of a catalog for a period of time based on what it’s earning,” Tip explained. 

While Tip might license out his catalog, he will be cautious about who he licenses it to.

“Sometimes it’s about legacy more than money.  We don’t people being able to toss us around and put our faces and our logos on anything … integrity to me is more valuable.


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