T.I. spoke with Billboard about how he’s feeling after he was released from an Atlanta halfway house, which followed an 11-month sentence in federal prison for a parole violation. “It feels great to be home,” the 31-year-old said. “The little things, the small things feel great. Making music, performing, putting out records, and doing all those other things, they’re just the icing on the cake. Sleeping in my bed, opening my refrigerator, being with my kids – all those things are primary. Making music and performing and getting back into my professional life, that’s all significant, but it takes a backseat to my primary appreciations.”
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