T-Pain

Jul
17
T-Pain Announces ‘Drankin Patna’ Tour

T-Pain

T-Pain is bringing the ultimate house party to a city near you on his upcoming “Drankin Patna” tour.

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Jul
3
Video: T-Pain – ‘Love Suicide’

T-Pain

Love gets the best of T-Pain in the emotional video for “Love Suicide” featuring Severe. As he stands on a ledge outside his girlfriend’s apartment, a brokenhearted T-Pain wonders what went wrong in their relationship and thinks about calling it quits. She hasn’t spoken to him in a week and he’s “losing [his] mind.”

“But if she don’t care about commitment, she won’t mind if I commit love suicide,” he sings as he looks down on the world below.

Will Pain pull the plug on love? Watch what happens when it all falls down.

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May
14
New Music: T-Pain f/ B.o.B, Kid Ink, & Lil Boosie – ‘Up Down (Remix)’

Up Down (Remix)

A day after releasing his new single “Drankin Patna,” T-Pain shakes up the strip club with his remix to “Up Down (Do This All Day)” featuring B.o.B, Kid Ink, and Lil Boosie, who steals the show with his sexually-explicit verse.

T-Pain plans to drop a second remix to the Stoicville song. He previously told Rap-Up TV that he was trying to get Rihanna, AndrĂ© 3000, Snoop Dogg, and 2 Chainz, but we’ll have to wait and see if he pulled it off.

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May
13
New Music: T-Pain – ‘Drankin Patna’

Drankin Patna

Pour it up. Seven years after topping the charts with “Buy U a Drank,” T-Pain reworks the magic on his new single “Drankin Patna” off his upcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix. The Tallahassee hitmaker throws back shots as he croons in Auto-Tune over the snapping beat.

“‘Drankin Patna’ is basically when you meet that person that likes drinking as much as you do and knows about alcohol as much as you do,” he told Rap-Up. “A person that you can sit back with and just take shots with and still be fine with.”

He has also recorded two remixes to “Up Down (Do This All Day).” The first one features Lil Boosie, Kid Ink, and B.o.B.

Take a shot with T-Pain.

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Mar
11
T-Pain on T-Wayne Album: ‘I Think It Will Happen’

Will T-Wayne live again? After forming their duo in 2008, T-Pain and Lil Wayne dropped several collaborations and announced plans for a full album. But following Wayne’s release from jail in 2010, the project was scrapped.

Four years later, T-Pain remains optimistic that T-Wayne will finally see the light of day.

“I’m getting back on my music shit, so I’m pretty sure Wayne will be like, ‘I’m glad you’re back. Let’s make this happen,’” T-Pain told Rap-Up TV. “I think it’ll happen again. I think it will.”

They have a vault full of unreleased songs that still sound current. “We got a lot of songs. I always listen to them. I got them on my iPod,” he added. “We got a lot of shit that we can still drop that’ll sound like it just happened today.”

He feels that now is the right time to release it. “Everything was ahead of its time anyways. It probably wasn’t meant to happen back then,” he explained. “It probably is meant to happen now ’cause the songs were so now. The kind of music that people are dropping now, we was making that so long ago. I guess it was ahead of its time. It wasn’t supposed to happen.”

While they don’t speak often due to their busy schedules, he’s hopeful that he and Weezy will reconnect. “I’m ready to do that again, so I’m pretty sure he’ll get back on track with it.”

Mar
3
T-Pain Announces ‘I Am T-Pain’ Tour

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Prior to the release of his next album, T-Pain is hitting the road. The Auto-Tune King has announced dates for his “I Am T-Pain” North American tour.

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Feb
7
New Music: T-Pain f/ Akon & 2Face – ‘If I Got It’

If I Got It

Following his remix to Lorde’s “Royals,” T-Pain continues the onslaught of new music with his latest “If I Got It” featuring Akon and Nigerian singer 2Face. The Tallahassee hitmaker shows his loyalty to his crew on the Auto-Tuned track.

“Homie, I got your back / I’m not gon’ leave you out to dry / I’ma take you out this street and I’m gon’ show you everything you can do without it,” croons Pain.

He was recently in the studio with Justin Bieber, while his album Stoicville: The Phoenix is due later this year.

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