While we wait on T-Pain's first album since 2011, the much-anticipated Stoicville: The Phoenix, the rappa-ternt-sanga has popped up on an unexpected collab with Classixx, the L.A. production duo usually known for Italo disco-inspired electronic jams. "Whatever I Want" was premiered today by Zane Lowe on Beats 1 radio, and the track also happens to feature backing vocals from the Los Angeles Children's Choir.
It's a new look for all parties involved, but Classixx claim to have been longtime fans of T-Pain, first inspired by "Can't Believe It," and they know just how to work around his sticky vocals with their lush, bouncy production on "Whatever I Want." Though it would've been perfect at the beginning of the summer, all different types of DJs will likely add "Whatever I Want" to their collections.
I can fly, I can scale a tall building in a leap
I'm a robot, I don't really need no sleep
I can breathe underwater, I can swim for days
I do whatever I want and disappear in the haze