T.I. – Trap Back Jumpin [Video]

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T.I is back with a brand new Clifton Bell-directed visual for his track “Trap Back Jumpin’. The short film tells the story of life on the street through the eyes of the ATL rapper. His upcoming project, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head, drops on December 18th.

Check out the video for “Trap Back Jumpin” below via WorldStarHipHop!

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