Domani Harris Wows Industry Vets With Impressive New Freestyle

Domani Harris has wowed a number of Hip Hop veterans with an impressive new freestyle on DJ Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 show.

Harris, who is the son of T.I., garnered comparisons to his father with the freestyle with many complimenting his flow.


T.I. reposted the clip of Domani’s freestyle on Instagram and said: “Sheeeesh @domani went in on dis freestyle with @djwhookid today.”

A number of rap legends and veterans took notice of the freestyle with Cam’ron labelling it “mean” while Bun B said: “Domani got it.”

Kid Capri, Billy Danze of M.O.P. and Drumma Boy all reacted to the clip with a series of fire emojis, as MC Lyte called it ‘Bananas.’

DJ and producer Scram Jones added: “He really went crazy.”


The likes of Mike Will Made It, Rapsody and Fabolous also posted positive responses to the freestyle.

Rap veterans weren’t the only stars to be impressed by Domani. LeBron James commented a number of exhaling and fire emojis on the post, while former world champion boxer Adrien Broner said: “One of my favorite rappers right now no cap I tell him all the time.”


Comedy legend Eddie Griffin added: “He Learned From The King N-gga!!!” while fellow comic Jay Pharoah said: “He’s like TI and J. Cole put together.”

Last year, Domani along with his brother King, paid tribute to their father on a song called “Father Like Sons”.

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Domani rapped on the track: “Stunt like my daddy, cool like my daddy/Running from it for a while but I’m just so much like my daddy/Can’t ignore it no more/They say how much more do you want.”

The song was released a week after King got into an altercation with his father at an NFL game with the two arguing over the younger Harris’ childhood.


King later explained the song was a way to talk about the impact T.I. had on his life.

“‘Father Like Sons’ describes my life off of the camera and the person that I am independently,” he said. “On this record I share genuinely how I am, I get it from my Pops who instilled this into me as a youngin. I was smaller than everyone and in public school by myself with nobody but me, and my brothers were at their mom house goin’ to different schools.”


He continued: “Pops taught me how to stand up for myself and take no shit and that’s who I am regardless of where I’m from, and what I come from. I stand on my 10 I was trained like that!! I’M NOT NO GANGSTA, NOT NO THUG, NOT DA TOUGHEST, but I STAND ON BUSINESS!!! I ain’t gotta act to be nothing. At da end of da day it’s in me not on me, IF U KNOW ME U KNOW, IF U DON’T GOOD.”

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