Stream T-Pain & Lil Wayne’s long-awaited joint mixtape T-Pain teased the project art yesterday and he is back to share the T-Wayne mixtape with Lil Wayne. The anticipated have been sitting on T-Pain’s hard drive for years and he says it’s time to let it rip. Lil Wayne seems to be holding up well lately with . . .
T-Pain must have hundreds of songs sitting on a hard drive ready to go. I imagine that he sits back and thinks about what he should drop for fans on a regular basis while we wait for Stoicville. He hits us with another loose track titled “See Me Comin.” Stream the Dre Moon and X-Plosive-produced song below.
On what has seemed like one of the longest waits for an album (Stoicville), T-Pain manages to keep fans content with periodic releases. In any case, we are thankful to get some new tunes from him, however it comes. Today, he shares “THANX.” Stream below. #THANX — T-Pain (@TPAIN) March 23, 2017 Relive the fun . . .
“I get 10 Brazilians like I’m Dan Bilzerian” It’s been delay after delay for T-Pain‘s Stoicville album, but in the meantime, he delivers a new track called “Dan Bilzerian” featuring Lil Yachty. You guessed it! The song heavily references internet sensation/poker player, Dan Bilzerian, and finds T-Pain living the playboy lifestyle. Stream below.
Ricky Rozay joins Dreezy and T-Pain on her No Hard Feelings R&B cut Over the summer, Dreezy shared her T-Pain featuring single, “Close To You.” She returns with a remix adding the MMG boss, Rick Ross. Ross complements the track well as he opens tings up with a verse describing the lavish luxurious lifestyle he . . .
Dreezy recently shared audio of her latest single “Close To You” featuring T-Pain. Now we have the official music video to accompany it. Thank you @BET for the world premiere of Close To You video.. pic.twitter.com/fM6UlGXyF5 — Dreezy (@dreezydreezy) June 26, 2016 Watch the Edward Tran-directed video below. Also, pre-order your copy of No Hard . . .
Dreezy is on a roll as she recently dropped “We Gon Ride” featuring Gucci Mane. Today she slows things down and premieres a new release via Beats 1 Radio titled, “Close To You” featuring T-Pain. It seems that Interscope sees her potential in an R&B lane as her single, “Body” featuring Jeremih charted on Billboard’s . . .
Chris Brown and T-Pain have worked together at different points throughout their careers, and their paths have crossed once more for the club-centric “Bring It Back.” T-Pain handles the hook with ease, and Chris brings his expected supply of charisma to the verses. Stream “Bring It Back” below.
Amongst the many that have come out, if I had to have one person remix Desiigner‘s “Panda”, it would be T-Pain. The man is musically sound and seemingly never fails to entertain. By his side is long-time collaborator and fellow Florida boy, Young Cash. Step into the T-Mix and listen to T-Pain’s “Panda” remix below.
Even without a hard date for Stoicville: The Phoenix, T-Pain presses on by dropping a new track called “Hundred Mo Dolla$.” Co-produced by himself and DJ Spinz, he delivers an ode to the strip club (in a way) that he does so well. Stream “Hundred Mo Dolla$” below.
Who better to drop a new romantic tune before Valentine’s Day than T-Pain himself? The autotune king might have another hit on his hands with the vintage sounds of “Officially Yours.” Complete with beatboxing and a strong vocal performance, this track might be just what you need to set your weekend off. Stream “Officially Yours” . . .
Who better to help start the first day of Black History Month 2016 than T-Pain himself? The legendary anthem maker drops “Do Dat Shit,” full of his expected blend of harmonies and memorable lyrics over club-ready instrumentation and percussion. Stream the De-Capo-produced “Do Dat Shit” below.
For those who don’t know, let this video be evidence enough. T-Pain can actually sing, with or without autotune. The Tallahassee, Florida native teamed up with NPR to debut “Officially Yours,” a single set to be featured on his forthcoming album, Stoicville: The Phoenix. The live performance, which comes courtesy of NPR’s music front row . . .
LA production duo, Classixx (Tyler Blake and Michael David), took to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show to premiere “Whatever I Want” featuring T-Pain. Classixx states, “We’ve been T-Pain fans for a long time, but I vividly remember hearing the instrumental of “Can’t Believe It” and feeling kindred in some way”. “We’re still reeling from the fact . . .
The Dream, T-Pain and Twista feature on DJ Montay and DJ Jelly‘s latest drop, “6 Minutes.” Wait…what year is this? The song does sound a bit dated, and it’s not even six minutes long. That being said, the song goes. It’s as infectious as we’d expect a song with The Dream and T-Pain to be. . . .