T-Pain continues his recent flood of recent material to offer up his latest with Akon & 2 Face. The singer-songwriter / rapper & producer is still riding the momentum from his DJ Mustard and B.o.B featured “Up Down (Do This All Day” single from over the fall, but we’re assuming a slew of visuals are bound to start surfacing in the coming weeks.
Download link at the jump, after you hit that play button. Look for Teddy P’s forthcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix, coming later this year.
Nappy Boy, T-Pain decides to reboot his TMix series after a brief break to release some promo singles. In his latest drop, he decides to add his splash of auto tune signature sounds to Lorde’s critically acclaimed single, “Royals.” The track prematurely surfaced yesterday, but T-Pain had to re-release the proper version with help from his signee Young Cash. Listen to the new release above, which is available for download after the jump.
It’s no secret that we still reminisce on the The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, word to our ode to Tatyana Ali during the holidays. Along with paying homage to Uncle Phil following his unexpected passing on New Year’s Day, T-Pain releases his next work ahead of his Friday schedule themed on the popular 90s series.
Teddy, along with help from Young Cash, J Kelly and Vantrease offer up a track up detailing how life in the Nappy Boy Mansion; in similar fashion to how the original Prince did it up during 25 years ago. After you listen to the track above, stay tuned for T-Pain’s fifth studio album, Stoicville: The Phoenix coming later this year.
Singer-songwriter and producer, T-Pain continues his recent comeback in the game that’s spanned over the last few weeks more in particular with multiple new releases. Today, he shares his latest “Fuck ‘Em” with help from Rich Homie Quan, Big Homie Fock and Young Cash.
With his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix officially scheduled to drop this year, Teddy P’s signature auto-tune pitch will definitely be heard by masses once more following this K.E. On The Track-produced street-anthem above. Stay tuned for more releases and potential visuals from T-Pain his current campaign leading up to the big project.
Teddy Pain’s been remixing a lot of popular tracks in the recent weeks, as he continues that trend today. This time around, the Floridian native remixes Rico Love’s late-night R&B-cut “They Don’t Know”, with a special twist to rep for his local area code in the state. After you listen to T-Pain’s “850 (T-Mix)” above, there’s a download link after the jump; and do remember to stay tuned for his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix arriving sooner than later.
Are we in the midst of a new T-Pain Fridays series? A week following his “Shit T-Mix,” Teddy Pain shares his newest release for free being the late night influenced cut “She Said.” His upcoming 5th studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix is set to be released early next year; so after you listen above to his new track, check after the jump for a download.
Following the recently released music visuals for his latest single “Up Down (Do This All Day)” with B.o.B and DJ Mustard, the king of the auto-tune T-Pain decides to T-Mix Future’s summer single “Shit.” Look for his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix to impact next year, but for now listen to the new track above.
It’s been a second since T-Pain has had a single in rotation, right? We can’t even remember the last track he released. If you’ve been missing Teddy in your playlist, he just dropped “Up Down (Do This All Day)” with B.o.B to hold you over while his Stoicville: The Phoenix album finishes up. This one might make a splash at strip clubs.
Click image to listen to The Lonely Island’s “I F****d My Aunt” (feat. T-Pain)
Yes, you read that correct. The dynamic duo is back with another #WackWednesday installment and this time, stepping outside the box and stepping in the family tree. This one will be on the ‘Islands’ upcoming The Wack Album which is due out June 11th, have you had encounters such as these before?!
Earlier in the year, we got a sampler for what T-Pain was working on for his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix with the release of the strip club friendly “Come And Get It.” Teddy continues his traditional wave of them major club records linking up with king of the clubs Juicy J and Trey Songz for the album’s first single “Bad Bitches Link Up.”
Although we hear them classic auto tune sounds, T-Pain’s recently removed his signature dreads for the upcoming album being a representation of his new era, life and rising from the ashes. Listen to the track above from T-Pain and let us know in the comments if you’re feeling the track.
Produced by 2Much and Yung Berg; Co-written by Yung Berg.
Master P is back today with his new single “HNIC,” which also features the heavyweight cast of features from Rick Ross, T-Pain and Bay Bay. This will serve as the first single from P’s upcoming Boss Of All Bosses Album, which is due out later this year. On first listen we can already tell that we are going to fuck with this track heavy. It may be 2013 but T-Pain can most definitely still kill a hook. Check it out above.
The Young Rich Bandit, Brianna Perry releases her latest project “Symphony No. 9: The B Collection” which features some of raps elite. Fans of the Miami rapper can enjoy this new project before she releases her major label debut album through Atlantic Records later this year. The project has features from Trey Songz, Pusha T, Future, T-Pain, Audio Push, Ray J, French Montana, Trina, Teyana Taylor, Victoria Monet, Alja with production being handled by Hit-Boy, Mike WiLL Made It, Lamb, Tommy Boy Hits and J-Rock. Check after the jump to view the 16-track tracklistings along with downloads link ready.
Some new heat tonight from the young gunna Doe Boy, as he takes over Ace Hood’s “Bugatti” to drop a verse. This in no ordinary freestyle though as Doe Boy has some words for T-Pain, who has been dissing Future of late. Doe Boy decided to jump in and drops some lines from the Freebandz camp. Kid has got some bars, check it out above.
El Barrio’s own Streetsweeper, DJ Kay Slay is prepping the release of his fourth and final studio album with the upcoming release of “Rhyme Or Die.” For the album’s first single, we get “About That Life” featuring hip-hop’s heavyweights such as Loso, Ricky Rozay, Nelly, French Montana & T-Pain. This is for the people that throw around the “About That Life” term loosely as these four emcees along with T-Pain on the chorus and the Drama King talking his usual shit are curious who really is about that four letter word.
You can purchase the track on iTunes tomorrow and stay tuned for Kay Sleezy’s long-awaited “Rhyme Or Die” album coming soon.
Teddy Pain has another skrip club anthem to add his long collection start 2013 as he releases “Come And Get It.” With production by Pop, he scoops up Ca$h Money rappers Ace Hood and Busta Rhymes to flipping the chorus for one of the most praised lap dance anthems in 2012 with “Pop That.”
We’re definitely expecting visuals for this future chart topper as well as a few of our bills to go into good cause in a few of the late night spots. With it being a new year, we already have a nomination in the bag for one of the “Essential Strip Club Tracks” feature some of you would like to see annually. We just trying to see you work!