News: T.I. Reportedly Clocks In Studio Time, "Why Wait For 2010, Get It In Now"

Monday, Dec 28, 2009 5:00PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Former Atlantic Records music executive Kevin Liles has hinted at rapper T.I. making his way to the recording studio just days after being transferred to a halfway house.

Writing via Twitter before having his message deleted, Liles was reportedly speaking on T.I. making new music.

Music executive Kevin Liles recently tweeted about a close acquaintance of his going in the studio to do work after visiting family. Is he talking about T.I.? He did just get home so he would be visiting family and eager to get to recording. "My right hand went home to visit family & found his way to the studio. He said 'why wait for 2010, get it in now' Love the attitude!" (Global Grind)

Lawyer Steve Sadow said the rapper returned to his hometown, Atlanta, Georgia last week.

"He was released this morning from his place of incarceration in Arkansas," Sadow said in an interview. "As I understand it, he's on his way back to the Atlanta area. He has to report to a halfway house in Atlanta sometime this evening. And he will then spend somewhere between the next two or three months in a halfway house, ending his Buruea of Prison sentence. A halfway house is more along the lines of a residential dormitory. You live within this house that is broken into areas for living, and you are permitted to leave during the day for certain reasons of which would be employment, medical reasons, things of that nature, and you return to the halfway house in the evening. So it's a restriction on your liberty but it's a way for you to reenter into society and not be confined within a jail type institution 24-hours a day." (XXL Mag)

Based on a conversation blogger Sandra Rose had with Bow Wow associate and current Dismas Charities West inmate Bart Borders, Tip should have no problem fitting in.

Bart, who is out on work pass until 10:30 p.m. on weeknights and 11:30 p.m. on weekends, said the facility holds about 120 male inmates and 20 females. "But they have to stay on their side," said Bart. "The only time we get to interact with (the females) is around meal time." He said the halfway house has two TV rooms and two living rooms, and the food there isn't worth writing home about. "The food ain't worth nothing. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches," he said. "But T.I. has his own money, he can order out." Bart, who manages rapper T. Waters, a So So Def artist, said T.I. probably won't be able to leave on work release until after the New Year. But even then, he's not allowed to work for himself or for his family. So he can't work for Grand Hustle or any company he owns. "If I see him when I get there I'll tell him wherever he work at to make as least money as possible, because they getting 25% of his gross." (Sandra Rose)

Although the "King of the South" is expected to be released in a few months, he will still have commitments attached to his sentence.

Once Harris completes his time in the custody of the Bureau of Prisons in late March, he will still have to finish serving just under 500 hours of community service and about 23 days of home incarceration. (Access Atlanta)

Check out a past T.I. interview below:

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