T.I. has been busy promoting his new Grand Hustle artists, Iggy Azalea, Trae Tha Truth and Chipmunk in recent months. But Grand Hustle artist B.o.B wants fans to know that Tip’s next studio album, Trouble Man, is coming out excellent.

“The Trouble Man is amazing,” B.o.B recently told XXLMag.com. “Tip, with each album he always gets better. Each album is always a progression of where he was and this one isn’t any different. He’s really grown as an artist.

“Even me, growing up in Atlanta, I remember being a fan of Trap Musik,” he added. “So, to be able to become so evolved and be able to work so closely to his project, as well as be a part of Grand Hustle, means a lot to me.”

Grand Hustle has received quite the overhaul recently with the aforementioned signings, ones that B.o.B believes makes the already strong squad that much more mean.

“We gotta great fucking team, a great dream team,” Bobby Ray commented. “We go hard in the paint, fuck what the naysayers say. They don’t determine the outcome…we determine the outcome.”

B.o.B is certainly doing his part. The Atlanta rhymeslinger released his sophomore album, Strange Clouds, earlier this week on Tuesday (May 1). As he told XXL earlier, Bobby Ray is quick to point out that after Tip drops Trouble Man that he and T.I. still plan on releasing their joint LP, The Man and The Martian, although no dates have been set for either project as of press time.—Mark Lelinwalla