B.O.B. Talks About Collaborating with King of the South and Reality Star Rapper TI

| August 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

While working on their solo careers, B.o.B (also known as Bobby Ray) and T.I. collaborate for their upcomining and anticipated joint debut The Man and the Martian. While the collobarative album’s release date is tentative, in a recent interview with Montreality, B.o.B. speaks about working with the King of the South, his favorite past-times and much more.

How far along is the album?
We started on it last year, but these things have to build. We’re really just having fun with it. It’s not too serious, it’s not too pre-planned. We’re just having fun in the studio.

Do you think we’ll see that this year or next?
We could see that this year possibly. It’s a possibility.

The material that you’ve done so far, what’s it sounding like?
We’re really just experimenting with a lot of different types of sounds, sounds that I nor [T.I.] has ever really experimented with. It’s really like we’re creating a hybrid. Now we’re working with Iggy Azalea and Chipmunk. They’re part of the Grand Hustle family, so we have a lot of music to be made. The kitchen stays on, the stove stays on.

Check out the interview from Montreality below!

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