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T.I. Returns to the BJC

Rapper T.I. will grace the Bryce Jordan Center stage for a second time on September 24th, after his jail sentence. This was announced at the B.o.B and Travie McCoy concert on Tuesday evening.

Tickets go on sale today at noon at Alumni Hall in the HUB to students for $25. The rest of the tickets go on sale for $35 on Friday, September 3rd, at 10 a.m.

Last time T.I. was here was right before his jail sentence in December 2008. He was charged with weaponry and spent a year in jail. He was released last December, and is now back with his seventh album, King Uncaged, to be released on September 28th, 2010 .

T.I has released chart-topping singles that you could not go a day without hearing on the radio, such as “Whatever You Like” and “Live Your Life.” His last album, Paper Trail, was released in 2008. It will be interesting to see what his new sound, after life in jail, is like. In an interview with, T.I stated that this album will have a more “aggressive” sound.

T.I is also in the new movie Takers, starring alongside Chris Brown, Hayden Christensen,  and Matt Dillon.

Wonder what else jail did to his music style? Find out on September 24th at the BJC.
Buy your tickets here.

Update (9:40 a.m.): It looks like T.I. was arrested again late last night on drug charges. Will this affect his availability to perform?

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