T-Pain always has a knack for writing songs that resonate with everyday life and pop culture. His latest is no different; on “Look At Me,” T-Pain takes a look at selfie culture, and voices his irritation with some women who take selfies.
As his album Stoicville: The Phoenix lays in limbo without a release date, T-Pain still showers fans with new music. Today (March 31), the Tallahassee-bred artist drops the video for the stripper anthem "Hundred Mo Dolla$." Produced by DJ Spinz and T-Pain, the song is about Pain regretting spending money in the strip club when he realizes he can get [Read More]
Yesterday (March 24), the Tallahassee-bred artist dropped the stripper anthem "Hundred Mo Dolla$." Produced by DJ Spinz and T-Pain, the song is about Pain regretting spending money in the strip club when he realizes he can get the same thing from his woman at home.
Michelle sure has been rapping a lot lately! She recently took on Yo Gotti’s “Down In The DM,” then she was back to singing (a little more) on “Ain’t You,” now she’s back with another track from More Issues Than Vogue: the T-Pain-assisted shortie, “Mindful.”
After his one-time-only live performance of the song at his Nov 2015 NPR Upfront concert, fans persistently requested that he release the R&B song as a single. Now just in time for the day of love, he's giving the people what they want.
The song reeks of T-Pain’s musical essence with the sexed up message as he eggs on pleasure from his lover. ..
T-Pain performed live on the nationally-syndicated NPR Music, presenting his new song "Officially Yours" which will appear on his forthcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix.
After much ado and waiting (four years to be exact), T-Pain has finally revealed the release date of his fifth album Stoicville: The Phoenix.
T-Pain borrows from Jagged Edge on his newest drop âRoof on Fye.â Once the track begins, youâll instantly recognize the sample...
Yesterday evening (Aug. 31), Pain graced the Dodgers-Giants game at Dodgers Stadium to supply the National Anthem before the first pitch -- and of course, he left the auto tune at the studio.