This goes kind of hard. Check it out. Looks like T-Pain is officially back on the scene.
Now I must say it looks like the video is going to amazing (LOL) but the song sounds crazy and the singers featured on it all heavy hitters. Looks like we have our New Year’s slow jam single!
Do you want to see the iPhone 5? The truth may be that you have already seen it. Rumour has it, and conventional wisdom lends, that the iPhone 4s was not the intended iPhone release. The iPhone 5 was supposed to be released and will be released next year. Whispers are being heard that after assessing the releases of the super phones released this year, a boost in the iPhone 4 phone was chosen over the full-scale release of the iPhone 5, a phone that is as far beyond the phones released this year as the original iPhone was beyond the Blackberry Pearl. Where did the chatter begin?; what was rumoured to come out was so much more than what was released. Most importantly, the product placement of a very futuristic iPhone looking mobile was (product) placed in the new T-Pain song “5′ o’clock”.
Enough hype. Click the link below and watch the music video features from beginning to end and decide if the future is already here.
Prediction time, I think T-Pain is going out of the park with this one. I love the song and with the clever use of the Lily Allen sample, I believe top 40 radio and video stations rinse this single. The song will appear on Pain’s next album rEVOLVEr. Hope you like it because you will be hearing it a lot. Below is a behind the scenes look at the making of the video.
(AllHipHop News) Producer/rapper T-Pain has vowed to never use the Auto-Tune effect again, quite possibly ending a long-running trend in R&B and Hip-Hop music.
In an exclusive statement issued to AllHipHop.com today (June 2nd), T-Pain vowed to ditch the Auto-Tune technology for his own new, vocal processor.
“I vow right here, right now, to never use Auto-Tune again,” T-Pain told AllHipHop.com in an exclusive statement. “I’m onto something that I think is bigger and better called ‘The T-Pain Effect.’”
The Grammy award-winning producer and platinum selling rapper has partnered with Izotope, an audio technology company, which is the exclusive provider of the new ‘T-Pain effect.’
The Auto-Tune technology was originally created by Antares Audio Technologies.
The effect burst onto the pop music scene in 1998 on Cher’s hit single “Believe.”
Since then, the effect has been used by artists such as Janet Jackson, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and numerous others.
T-Pain’s usage of Antares’ Technology made the Auto-Tune so popular, that he officially partnered with the company in September of 2009 to create the “I Am T-Pain” Iphone App, which allowed users to auto-tune their voices on their smart phones.
Now that his deal with Antares is over, T-Pain and Izotope are working to directly evolve his sound, using Izotopes proprietary vocal processing technologies.
T-Pain and Izotope will showoff the new technology on June 7th during E3, at the NOX booth.
This mixtape is lyrical madness! Surprisingly loved this one (mostly the beginning). Although its the same from Khaled in terms of a track with T-Pain on it singing about the hood with a celebrity posse cut, if it aint broke don’t fix it. Enjoy.
T-Pain has left recording house Konvict Records for his new recording home Young Money Records. It would seem that with instability and poor record sales affecting everyone in music, artist big and small are running to labels that keeping their artist roster financial fed. How did we know?; check it out.below.
T Pain has dropped a video for his radio smash single “Rap Song” where he enlisted the industry’s go to rap artist Rick Ross. Check it out.
Nelly has been working hard on his return to rap and today he offers a new video with some heavy hitters.
My boy Chedo hit me up and told me that the Kitchener “Summer Jam” event was dope and was about 3000 people deep. Good look for Kitchener, seems they are slowly becoming a big city for performances. I can’t say who but my boy Chedo got an interview that will definitely be one to look out for.