New T.I. music is coming next week. The Atlanta rapper went on Instagram today (May 13) to announce that he will be dropping a new single called "Dope" on Monday (May 16). The track is produced by Dr. Dre and features singer Marsha Ambrosius.

Fans can use the Shazam app on the Instagram post to get a preview of the record. T.I. posted a video on Instagram to show you how to use the Shazam app to receive the "Dope" preview. The clip features some behind the scenes footage of the music video shoot with cameos by Andre 3000, Killer Mike, Big Sean and Nelly.

"Dope" will serve as the second single for T.I.'s upcoming album Dime Trap. The "Motivation" rapper inked a deal with Roc Nation and Tidal to put out this new LP. T.I. recently spoke about his new home in an interview with DJ Whoo Kid.

"Equity and ownership is always good in my opinion, man," T.I. told DJ Whoo Kid. "That’s the infrastructure in place right now to really give the power of the artistry back to the people to cultivate the culture and the talent. And they spending money like Def Jam in the ’90s, you know?"

T.I. hasn't simply been focused on his solo work though. The Grand Hustle founder recently teamed up with his Bankroll Mafia crew to release their debut album. The self-titled LP served as a showcase for lesser known members Shad da God, London Jae and Duke as they worked alongside established stars T.I. and Young Thug.

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