T.I.'s highly anticipated upcoming album, Paper Trail, has been delayed yet again. Originally slated for a release in September, the album was moved to August 12. It did not stay there for long, however, as the date changed to September 2 and then September 9.
According to Billboard, Paper Trail has been pushed back to September 30. "We're not ready yet," said the rapper's publicist, who explained that that the video for the first official single, "Whatever You Like," "is being shot today and we need more time." The clip will be available in roughly two weeks.
T.I.'s current single, "No Matter What," has been out since April and reached 42 on Billboard's "Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs" chart.
Currently, T.I. is working with the Hip-Hop Caucus to help a vote registration initiative, "Get Out the Vote," aimed at young adults aged 18 to 29. The campaign begins today, (July 28) with a press conference in Washington, D.C. T.I. will serve as the major spokesman, but other celebrities and key figures will join in the effort as well.