T-Pain shares a new track, "Keep On," via a 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.
Opening on the "slow burn" setting, with piano and guitar driving the song into an eventual buildup, the song somewhat resembles Avicii and Aloe Blacc's big hit "Wake Me Up." When it busts open, the turnt-up cut is fittingly accompanied by footage of T-Pain rocking shows and partying with Ted (of the film "Ted"). This is certainly a change of pace from the other Stoicville cuts we've heard.