The trap pioneer has had enough star collaborations in his career to notice similarities between different artists. And, apparently, there is a trait that André 3000, Eminem, and Nipsey Hussle all shared.

T.I.’s joint with André 3000, “Sorry”, peaked at No.36 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 2012. His collaboration with Eminem, “That’s All She Wrote”, debuted at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2010. It did better than “Touchdown”, their first joint, produced by Em for the 2007 “T.I. vs. T.I.P.” album.

So, reflecting on the experience of working with André 3000, T.I revealed on the B High Atl podcast not only that he got a paid feature from him after a long wait but also what Three Stack’s verse had in common with some other artists:

André 3000, Eminem and Nipsey Hussle, they give the longest verses that you ever ever get. And when they finish, they come together masterfully.

Watch the video below:

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