Missing hits: "You Know What It Is," "Remember Me," 
Missing guest spots: Bone Crusher's "Never Scared," Destiny Child's "Soldier," Young Dro's "Shoulder Lean," Justin Timberlake's "My Love," R. Kelly's "I'm A Flirt," Drake's "Fancy," Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."
Not on spotify: "Big Shit Poppin (Do It)"
Total number of Top 40 hits as lead artist: 16

T.I.'s greatest hits fits well enough within our critera that we don't even want to add another song. T.I. had not only had a great run, he's had a great commercial run. Most of his chart hits are legitimately dope songs, some of the best material he's made. Granted, like many rappers on this list, his mixtape run is cast aside, but with hits like these offering a look into the scope of Tip's talent, you're not as likely to miss them.

The only exception we're making here is "24s" which didn't even break Top 40, but was Tip's first hit and hinted at his growing appeal in the early 2000s. It certainly wasn't more successful than some of his later songs, but it made him big in the first place so it's hard to ignore.