Rapper T.I. is back with a confessional song called 'Sorry,' which features fellow Atlanta rhyme-slinger Andre 3000. On the song, the King of the South is not apologetic about some of the mistakes that he has made in the past.

However, T.I. wants to clarify that he's working harder to avoid anymore setbacks as he continues to stack his paper. "Out of gladiator college, I made it summa cum laude / While you clowns couldn't get a cap and gown if you bought it," he raps, adding, "Bullheaded and stubborn I be that way until I die / But find a n---- with more hustle then me I dare you to try."

Meanwhile, on the second half of the song, Andre 3000 is apologetic for his strained relationship with fellow OutKast member Big Boi.

"And I say I'm sorry I'm awkward / My fault for f---in' up the tours / I hated all the attention so I ran from it," he confesses. "F--- it if we did, but I hope we ain't lose no fans from it / I'm a grown-a-- kid, you know ain't never cared about no damn money."

Producer Derel "Sir Clef" Haynes crafted the orchestral beat with its flickering piano riffs, roaring trumpets and moody bass guitar. Singer-Songwriter Stacy Barthe crooned the yearning hook, "What should I be sorry for / What should I be sorry to?"

T.I.'s new album, 'Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head,' is due in stores on Dec. 18.