After spinning eighteen tracks on T.I. vs. T.I.P., the only thang that appeals to me is T.I.’s southern intonation. He also has a marvelous flow, but he rhymes too soft. At times, the big, booming beats dominate his voice. Lyrically, he is more of a flow virtuoso than a storyteller. Without personality, the album fails to hold listeners’ attention even though he got big help from other rappers including Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, Eminem, and Busta Rhymes.