T-Pain On The Meaning Of "Stoicville: The Phoenix" & Getting Back To Self-Producing

Posted by , Jun 29, 2015 at 02:24pm

T-Pain talks To HNHH about his upcoming album, "Stoicville: The Phoenix," his renewed focus on self-producing, and the difference between recording a mixtape and an LP.


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 spoke to HNHH about LP, revealing that the title was inspired by his autistic son, and that the project will find him returning to production after being encouraged to work with other beatmakers.

According to Pain, his album will still be somewhat dictated by those who've invested money in the project, expressing that he didn't have to get a nod for any of the material on his mixtape. He later brought up a hilarious tweet that he found rang very true about the public's reception of his recent music. Watch the full interview above, and check out that very tweet below.

T-Pain talks To HNHH about his upcoming album, "Stoicville: The Phoenix," his renewed focus on self-producing, and the difference between recording a mixtape and an LP.

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 spoke to HNHH about LP, revealing that the title was inspired by his autistic son, and that the project will find him returning to production after being encouraged to work with other beatmakers.

According to Pain, his album will still be somewhat dictated by those who've invested money in the project, expressing that he didn't have to get a nod for any of the material on his mixtape. He later brought up a hilarious tweet that he found rang very true about the public's reception of his recent music. Watch the full interview above, and check out that very tweet below.

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