With his eight studio album, Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head, now in stores, T.I. sat down with Al Lindstrom‘s Emilio Sparks to discuss his future plans. The Grand Hustle head delved into his acting ventures, including his role in the upcoming flick, Identity Thief, and discussed the difference between more serious acting and doing comedy. Tip also shared his plans for himself and Grand Hustle in 2013, hinting that we may well see a Hustle Gang compilation album at some point, and explained why he signed Iggy Azalea and Trae Tha Truth.

Watch the interview after the jump…

(2DBZ via Al Lindstrom)

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