T.I. is father of Messiah YaMajesty Harris (b. 2000) and Domani Uriah Harris (b. 2001) with LaShon Dixon. He also has a daughter Dehjah Imani Harris, from a previous relationship. And with Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle has two sons and one daughter: Clifford King Harris III (b. August 2004), Llayah Amour Harris (died at stillbirth late night on March 21, 2007) and Major Philant Harris (b. May 2008) and he's the stepfather of Zonnique (daughter of Tameka from a previous relationship).
Started rapping at age 9, signed a record deal at 19 and released one major-label album (I'm Serious, Arista, 2001) before he joined Atlantic with his own Grand Hustle imprint.
Engaged to Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle (2002-2008).
Won for the best street anthem from his smash hit "Rubberband Man" at the 2004 Vibe awards.
Won for the best dressed man at the 2005 BET awards.
Won for the best street anthem from his smash hit "You Don't Know Me" at the 2005 Vibe awards.
His new album 'King' debuted number 1 on Billboard 200 chart on April 4, 2006 selling over 520,000 copies. His first movie 'ATL' was rank #3.
Won "Best Male Hip-Hop Artist" at the 2006 BET Awards, and came in second place for "Viewers Choice."
Appeared on Forbes' "Hip Hop Cash Kings" list with $16 million in earnings. 
Was sentenced to a year and a day of prison in relation to his arrest in 2007, when he was caught trying to buy an arsenal of guns from an undercover FBI agent. [March 2009]
Won best rap solo song and rap/sung collaboration at the 2007 Grammy Awards.
Son Major Philant Harris was born in May 2008. Mother is Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle.
In August of 2008, T.I. earned himself his first #1 hit when his second single, "Whatever You Like" from his sixth album 'Paper Trail' soared from #71 to #1 in a single week on the Billboard Hot 100.