Grammy Award-nominated singer and songwriter Gallant taps T-Pain for an official remix of "Gentleman," capping off the song's one-year anniversary. Together, the collaborators lay out the merits of being noble in this seductive ballad, which confidently and coyly urges, “Girl, you deserve a gentleman.” Gallant is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album — due out later this [More]
T-Pain had an amazing comeback in 2018. He hosted his own TV series (Fuse's T-Pain's School of Business), toured off his latest album, Oblivion, and worked closely with EDM greats Dillion Francis, Alex Ross, and Steve Aoki. He also announced a 14-city tour at the top of the new year. Now, Tallahassee Pain keeps the momentum going with a few [More]
Craving new T-Pain music? The Florida artist is letting his previously-unreleased music go for the low-low price of free in his Soundcloud-released EP "Everything Must Go (Vol. 1)."
T-Pain is the latest artist to add his 25 cents to Ella Mai's smash hit, "Boo'd Up" (following Fabolous, Fetty Wap, Plies, and the official remix with Nicki Minaj and Quavo). On the "T-Mix," Pain adds a full 2 minutes to the beginning of the DJ Mustard-produced track (making the song 6 minutes long), flipping the lyrics to make the [More]
In a recent interview with Vulture, music mogul Quincy Jones used his sharp tongue to reveal a few of the industry hidden secrets. Opening up with jaw-dropping statements regarding the late Michael Jackson, The Beatles, President Trump, and Marlon Brando, Quincy had his own way of breaking the internet. The 85-year-old legend is not one to bite his tongue. In [More]
Omarion continues his cuffin' season movement with the release of 'Care Package 4 (CP4),' the latest body of work from the reignited R&B artist, a veteran with nearly two decades in the business. Headed by the single, "Open Up," an infectious gem, the EP features four songs including “Flight” and “Been Around,” produced by Smash David, and “Soul,” produced by [More]
T-Pain is feeling a little frisky, and his ex-Beau is the target. His tale of possibly getting his rocks off comes to life in his new single, "Textin' My Ex," featuring R&B powerhouse Tiffany Evans and produced by Dre Moon. "I should put my phone right down," T-Pain sings in his signature autotune sound after sipping on some liquid poison. "But [More]
T-Pain wants his bag from Lil Wayne and his Young Money/Cash Money Label. The auto-tune singer/rapper is suing Weezy for at least $500,000 in unpaid royalties for his contributions to Wayne's "Tha Carter III" album.
Pain will bring his acoustic stylings to six cities in October on a short acoustic tour. Rappers Smino and Felly will accompany as supporting acts.
T-Pain is back today to share a new music video to for the single, which is the perfect extravagant accompaniment for the track. In the clip, Pain has found a match in his voluptuous companion who's the Bonnie to his Clyde.