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On 'Paper Trail,' T.I. riffs on his rap

T.I. has made his troubles with the law the centerpiece of his new album, ''Paper Trail.'' T.I. has made his troubles with the law the centerpiece of his new album, ''Paper Trail.'' (robert e. klein for the boston globe/file 2007)
By Julian Benbow
Globe Staff / September 30, 2008

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Imagine the Spike Lee movie "The 25th Hour." Only instead of Edward Norton as a pensive drug dealer on his last day before going to prison after getting caught with cocaine under his couch, it's Clifford "Tip" Harris rapping and doing community service before a 12-month sentence after getting caught with army guns in a parking lot. (Full article: 500 words)

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