This probably doesn't make any sense, but we're developing a theory that T.I.'s stint in federal housing might be the impetus for a flood of Grand Hustle records. He's been so busy and popular that all the label's focus has rightfully been on producing and releasing his material. But with Tip on vacay, maybe we'll get a bunch of albums from his crew, including our current favorite: master of the punchline, Nard and B bro, Band Geek cleaner and Polo horse extraordinaire, Young Dro. Not that Dro needs to release an album to keep his poster on our wall, but it is almost getting to be kind of summer and "Dro Rock Diamonds" has tank top/ding sling/bikini jam dripped all over it.