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T.I. and his son Domani will be performing together over the halftime show during this week’s Atlanta Hawks game at State Farm Arena versus the Sacramento Kings.

The show will take place on Tuesday (November 23) This Thanksgiving Eve concert is part of a partnership that will be held between The Hawks Shop and Tip’s famous Trap Museum. In the statement, Tip expressed his excitement to play in the courts with his child for the very first time.

“I’m a True to Atlanta Hawks fan and have performed in State Farm Arena on numerous occasions, but this time it feels different being able to take the stage with Domani,” T.I. said. “The Hawks are off to an excellent start to the season. Let’s hope we can maintain the momentum. I’m excited to go to State Farm Arena on the 23rd to give the fans an unforgettable show.”

Domani is just as thrilled and calls the moment an “bucket list” experience. “Growing up in Atlanta, the Hawks run through my DNA, going to tons of games throughout my life with my family,” Domani wrote in his own declaration.

“We have an abundance of young talent that is amazing on the team. I believe in the Hawks. Being able to play with my parents on the field at State Farm Arena is definitely an event on my bucket list to me.”

Limited edition items is component of the collaboration. It will include the black hoodie as well as an t-shirt in black which reads: “Trap Commandment CDIV (404): Always Stay True To Atlanta.” In the event fans will have the opportunity to snap photos during “Hooper’s Grandmother’s Living Room,” the pop-up that is designed by both the Hawks as well as The Trap Museum.

Ticket bundles which include tickets to the game and the “Trap Commandment CDIV (404)” shirt and tickets into the Trap Museum are on sale on on the Hawks website.

In addition to the fact that they are fathers and sons, T.I. and Domani have also collaborated on music , such as the recent track, “Family Connect.” It was released earlier in the year, the song currently has over two million hits on YouTube.

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Boosie Badazz, another musician T.I. has worked with in recent times. Tip has been working with in recent months. Baton Rouge native revealed earlier this month that the two Tip have recorded an album -and it’s fantastic.

Boosie made the statement during an interview in conversation with Fat Joe on Instagram Live. Joey Crack had asked Boosie to comment on whether the album will be better than Drake as well as 21 Savage’s newly made The Lossproject and Boosie didn’t waste any time in saying that he thought it was better than the music Drizzy and 21 had come up with.

“I heard Drake and 21 album, it’s hard, but I don’t think it’s harder than our album,” Boosie declared when Fat Joe raised his arms to the sky in exuberance. “Man, it’s Rubberband Man and Badazz. It’s a different sound, just be patient until you hear it bro.”