OG Maco, The-Dream and Big K.R.I.T. also appear.
The song is about the quest for love, which sometimes leads to frustrating places.
Who, as it turns out, is his wife.
T-Pain released a Greatest Hits album on November 4th, and his “127 songs” deep into Stoicville. Stay tuned.
Auto-tune king T-Pain was a guest on NPR Music and proved he doesn’t even need the voice altering device to carry a tune.
Rapper (ternt sanga), producer, and two-time GRAMMY winner T-Pain can now add self-proclaimed Auto-Tune expert to his résumé.
T-Pain has no shortage of drinking anthems in his repertoire; “Bartender” and “Buy U a Drank” have seen to that. But that doesn’t mean the singer/rapper doesn’t have more up his sleeve.
T-Pain did not visit Nashville to write country songs.
The first time T-Pain heard his song on the radio, he was dreaming. Not in some “OMG, it’s all coming true” kind of way, but actually dreaming.
T. Pain returns to the scene with a track called “Up Down (Do This All Day)” — produced by the west coast beatsmith, DJ Mustard.