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Harris earned more prominence with the release of Trap Muzik (2003), which includes the Top 40 hits, "Rubber Band Man" and "Let's Get Away". In November 2013, Harris announced that he had signed with Columbia Records, after his 10-year contract with Atlantic came to an end. Visitors were required to be approved by the court. I.'s suppression hearing was scheduled for February 19, 2008. The first official single from the album, titled "No Matter What," was released in April 2008. wanted to "take more time to really put something down [this time]". to one year and one day in prison and ordered to pay $100,300 for federal weapons charges; T. had his sentence reduced from a maximum 10 years and a $250,000 fine with a plea bargain. made his first public appearance since prison, stepping out with then fiancée Tameka "Tiny" Cottle in support of her Alzheimer's research fundraiser "For the Love of Our Fathers" at Atlanta's Opera venue. I., who joined Cottle onstage at the end of the benefit. Both singles made charted on the Billboard charts peaking at the top 50. If I'm not gonna put it on the album — and they all can't make the album — then they might as well have another platform to present it to the world". RIAA certified No Mercy Gold with over 500,000 copies sold. was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Rap Solo Performance for "I'm Back" and Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group (Fancy with Drake and Swizz Beatz) at the 53rd Grammy Awards. said in a letter: "I'll be releasing a record in the near future (couple of weeks tops) to hold y'all over til I get back in action." On June 30, 2011, a new song was released onto T. What inspired me to write this record was the differences in how we do us and how they do them suddenly became incredibly evident in just a very short period of time." It was originally only available on Atlantic Records's online store. was released from Forrest City Correctional Facility in Arkansas at a.m. He was sent back to federal custody on September 1, less than 48 hours after his release due to a dispute involving T. taking a luxury bus from a prison in Arkansas to a halfway house facility in Atlanta. I.'s attorney, Steve Sadow, told the Associated Press that the Federal Bureau of Prisons has moved T. to a different facility and clarified that the dispute was not drug related. The song features vocals and production from Big K. On October 23, he previewed twelve tracks from the album at its listening party in New York City, and also revealed their titles. leaked the illustrated cover art from his newly named album entitled, Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head along with the track list and a few newly added features from the album. Harris has released nine studio albums, with seven of them reaching the top five of the US Billboard 200 chart. P., generated high record sales and were supported by popular singles, such as "What You Know" and "Big Shit Poppin'", respectively. post a $3 million bond, $2 million in cash and $1 million in equity on property he owns. further defended his decision to release a mixtape by saying: "I already have 60, 70 songs. "This time I finally feel like they got a record that's gonna be a humongous hit." T. The song peaked at number seventy-seven and number eighty-six in Canada. During his visit, he announced a new release date for his album set for December 18. A song titled "Ball", was released on October 16, as the lead single from his upcoming eighth studio album. Upon being released from Arista, Harris signed to Atlantic and subsequently became the co-chief executive officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Grand Hustle Records, which he launched in 2003. He recorded collaborations with Trey Songz and Usher. "Usher and Tip, two Atlanta natives," Rico Love told and Tiny: The Family Hustle was renewed for a second season, which aired on September 3. Another promotional single off Trouble Man, entitled "Go Get It" was released on July 17. appeared on 106 & Park to promote his book "Trouble & Triumph", a sequel to his previous novel "Power & Beauty". He later released a new song "Trap Back Jumpin'", which he premiered during his visit on Angie Martinez's radio show. E." peaked at number sixty-seven on Billboard Hip Hop/R&B. Later that day, he released the second promotional single, "Here Ye, Hear Ye" featuring Pharrell Williams under the alias Sk8brd. He was also featured on southern rapper Future's second single "Magic", taken from his debut studio album Pluto, which was the first song he hopped on after his release from prison according to Future. The title was partly inspired by Marvin Gaye's 1972 song of the same name, he revealed on Billboard. It's probably harder than most of the shit that's coming out right now." Shortly before Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head was released, T. announced he would release the sequel as his next album, titled Trouble Man II: He Who Wears the Crown.
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