Now here’s an anthem for all the hustlers out there. Master P is back and he teams up with the right people for his new single “H.N.I.C.”. Listen below…
T-Pain and Future have been going at it recently after T-Pain’s Bugatti was supposedly used in Ace Hood’s new music video. T-Pain called him out for it by saying “Funny how the ‘new T-Pain’ has to use the old T-Pain’s car in his music video”. Now T-Pain was interviewed once again and has this to say about Future’s auto-tune career.
“I don’t think Future gets the technology… I don’t think he understands how it actually works. He’s writing great songs– he’s a great writer– as far as how he uses Auto-Tune… I think he’s thinking you just turn it on, and it happens.”
“A lot of people don’t sing with it, they just sing and put it on after, which is a terrible mistake. There’s a lot of stuff you’ve gotta know about Auto-Tune before you can start using it, because it’s the hot thing to do. But Future’s still great, he’s doing his thing.“
DJ Drama and Khaled aren’t the only ones getting all these artists together one track. DJ Kay Slay came out of nowhere today with this major track including Fabolous, Rick Ross, Nelly, French Montana, and T-Pain. Here’s “About That Life”.
We’re sure you’ve all heard MMG’s “Bag of Money”, but this song just got the ultimate upgrade. A bunch of artists just linked up for the remix including Omarion, Lil’ Wayne, Yo Gotti, French Montana, and Black Cobain. Here it is…
I actually know a few people that got to attend this show and heard it was one of the best concerts they have ever been to. Big Sean, Chris Brown, Ludacris, T-Pain, Trey Songz, and Ice Cube were all in attendance. Here’s some footage from Australia.
The man that invented and abused the auto-tune affect speaks about it all on VH1′s “Behind the Music” series. Definitely one of the better ones they’ve had.
For a couple of years now there have been rumors floating around about Lil’ Wayne and T-Pain doing an album together. Ever since the auto-tune era died out the possibilities of that happening are starting to seem pretty low. This is what T-Pain had to say about the project.
Wow Kevin Hart never ceases to amaze me. Here he battles T-Pain in what looks like a pretty lopsided victory. The best bars in the world coming from this one little man, here it is.
Pretty simple song title but goes hard. T-Pain recruits his long time buddy Lil’ Wayne to help him out with this one and boy do they deliver. Here’s the new track.