T-Pain Describes What He'd Do As A Woman
T-Pain appeared on Khloe Kardashian's new talk show “Kocktails with Khloe” recently. While other guests talked about more serious topics, T-Pain mostly discussed sex. What he would do if he were the opposite sex for a month? Just masturbate and play with his titties. The weirdest place he had sex? In a park on the hood of a car (at night). Does it get weirder? Yes, T-Pain apparently has “swings and stuff” in his basement. Wow, T-Pain, cocktails indeed.
Shanell Feat. T-Pain "I Can Be Your Stripper (Remix)" Video
Shanell Feat. T-Pain
Fresh off the release of her new mixtape 88 Keyz, YMCMB singer Shanell decides to come through and share the official video for her remix to the Zaytoven-produced record “I Can Be Your Stripper” featuring T Pain. Sticking to the song’s theme, Shanell takes care of her man in the bedroom in this sex-driven video above. Check it out.
T-Pain Discusses Serena Williams On The Nightly Show
Huge year for Serena Williams. Came *this* close to pulling off the Grand Slam, solidified her status as the greatest female tennis player of all time, and banged Drake. Sports Illustrated recently named her their 2015 Sportsperson of the Year. But the SI reader's poll named not Serena, but Triple Crown winner and "avid horse" American Pharaoh as the rightful 2015 Sportsperson of the Year.
T-Pain Debuts New Song “Officially Yours” At NPR Concert
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of T-Pain’s break out debut album Rappa Ternt Sanga, NPR decided to host an intimate concert at their Washington D.C. headquarters where T-Pain performed many of his biggest hits.
T-Pain Talks Meeting Michael Jackson On ESPN's "Highly Questionable"
T-Pain made his way by ESPN’s Highly Questionable on Wednesday and sat down with Bomani Jones, Dan LeBetard, and his father for a brief 5-minute interview. Talking about things other than his music, Pizzle spoke on the backlash he first received using auto-tune, and a great story about meeting his icon Michael Jackson. He says Michael was a big fan of his 2007 hit “Bartender,” and invited him to his house to kick it and learn more about him. Check out that and more in the interview above.
T-Pain Sings The National Anthem At LA Dodgers Game
T-Pain was given the opportunity to show off his natural singing chops this afternoon at an LA Dodger game, and he was sure to make it count. Shouting out his hometown of Tallahassee by rocking the "850" Dodgers jersey, he regaled the Dodger faithful with a soulful, autotune-less rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner." As every American knows, "And the rockets red glare" is the most critical part of The Star Spangled Banner, and T-Pain nailed it. The T-Pain renaissance is real.
T-Pain Feat. Juicy J "Make That Shit Work" Video
T-Pain Feat. Juicy J
T-Pain decides to come through tonight and share the official video for his DJ Mustard-produced single “Make That Shit Work” featuring Juicy J. Instead of the strip club, Pizzle and Juicy take the party outside and deliver a ratchet video that’s filled with plenty of sexy eye candy who aren’t afraid to drop it low. The video itself is in support of T-Pain’s upcoming fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix, which is expected to drop this Fall. Check it out.
T-Pain Feat. Vantrease, Young Ca$h "Classic Man (Remix)" Video
T-Pain Feat. Vantrease & Young Ca$h
With it's bouncy bass line and catchy melody, Jidenna's "Classic Man" has certainly been a contender for song of the summer. T-Pain attempts to top the original with his "T-Mix," calling up affiliates Vantrease and Young Cash to assist him. For the video he brings a bunch of vintage whips fresh out the car wash to the set and chills in the bed of an immaculate red Ford pickup from the '50s with some hunnies. T-Pain's flow is perfect for this beat.
T-Pain Lists His Top 5 Songs To "Make That Shit Work"
T-Pain is preparing for a new studio album, and after giving us a little appetizer with his Gangsta Grillz mixtape The Iron Way, he's ready to start really promoting the fifth album.
T-Pain On The Meaning Of "Stoicville: The Phoenix" & Getting Back To Self-Producing
T-Pain has enough hits to take care of him for the rest of his life, but with the release of The Iron Way mixtape, he proved his talent for crafting infectious hooks hasn't gone anywhere. Next on the docket is the singer's long-awaited studio album, Stoicville: The Phoenix.
T-Pain's "Bigger Than Pain" Documentary
With The Iron Way out now, and Stoicville: The Phoenix on its way, T-Pain's truly back at it. Today, he shares a documentary that was mostly made last year, while he was plotting his supposed "comeback" and touring Europe. It's called "Bigger Than Pain," and you can watch it above.
Watch The Trailer To T-Pain's "Bigger Than Pain" Documentary
T-Pain is hot off the release of his recent The Iron Way mixtape with DJ Drama, on which he shared with us some of his trials and tribulations, and before we get Stoicville, we're gonna get a documentary giving us an inside look at his return to form. "Bigger Than Pain" will be executively produced by WorldStar Q. Watch the trailer below, and get a preview of Pain's tireless grind: "Of course I go broke for this music... in order to go somewhere you've never been, you gotta do something you've never done."
Tech N9ne Breaks Down Collaborations With Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain & More
Tech N9ne's been building his brand as an independent artist for years, but he still manages to expand his horizons with every new release. While he's always put his fellow underground rappers on, more recently, he's been reaching out to some bigger names to record with (or also quite often, they've reached out to him).We sat down with the rapper as he broke down some of the biggest collaborations he's been involved with, explaining how he got to work with rappers such as Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, and more.
T-Pain Talks Aaliyah Feature, Working With Audio Push & NPR's Tiny Desk
T-Pain just dropped his highly-anticipated mixtape, The Iron Way, and it's full of the type of songs we know and love from the acclaimed singer. We got a chance to talk to Pain about the new project, and he let us in on a few stories behind the collaborations on the tape in a hilarious and candid interview.
T-Pain "Sleepin' Beautiful" Video
Hours after dropping off his Audio Push-featured “Sun Goes Down”, T-Pain decides to return with a new video for the track “Sleepin Beautiful”.
T-Pain "Okay To Smile" Video
Rap fans suffered a major loss this weekend when news of A$AP Yams' passing broke, but T-Pain has now delivered a song to help with dealing with these type of feelings. "Okay To Smile" is dedicated to Pain's grandmother, who recently died, giving us a new ballad that tells us to keep our head up in wake of tragedy.
T-Pain "Say The Word (I'm Gone)" Video
Before T-Pain drops off his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, The Iron Way, he decides to treat fans to a new track and video called “Say The Word (I’m Gone)”. Slowing this down a bit, Teddy takes a seat in front of the mic and shows off impressive singing skills throughout this visual. No word yet if this will make the upcoming mixtape, but its definitely more proof that Teddy got them vocal pipes. Check it out above, and keep your eyes peeled for updates on his upcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix.
T-Pain "Keep On" Video
As T-Pain gears up for his 2015 comeback album, Stoicville: The Phoenix, he stays steadily releasing tracks to get us hyped for the project. Today, we get "Keep On," an anthemic, EDM-influenced banger.
T-Pain "Stoicville" Video
T-Pain surprised most of us yesterday with his extremely honest "Stoicville," there was not a hint of auto-tune in sight, and it was straight-up bars from the singer. That being said, the title track off his long-delayed album was extremely well-received, and hopefully means the rest of Stoicville is well underway.
T-Pain "Tiny Desk Concert" Video
This one goes out to everyone who's ever questioned T-Pain's talent. Sure, the dude is basically single-handedly responsible for popularizing auto-tune in the hip-hop world, but he's got vocal chops that most people don't know about too. Funnily enough, Teddy Pain showed up to the NPR offices to perform (sans auto-tune) for their "Tiny Desk Concert" series, which hasn't had many rappers on it in the past.