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T-Pain is a multi-platinum, award-winning singer/songwriter with an extensive catalog of hits for himself and fellow superstars in music. The past several years haven’t been as familiar as he early days of unstoppable fame. For the past two years, Pain has been attempting to promote his upcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix; however, failing to make that once-instant connection with the public that made him a mega-star. Often faced with the question of if his time was up or was he replaced by a new crop of singer/songwriters currently producing smash hits? The former Akon protege doesn’t see failure as an option and uses this moment to reinvent himself and rise like the phoenix from the ashes. In an effort to promote his long-delayed upcoming album, Pain partners with Worldstar Hip Hop to develop a 20-minute documentary titled; Bigger Than Pain.
Bigger Than Pain follows the career of T-Pain from the UK leg of his 2014 “I Am T-Pain” concert tour to his creative life off stage. It also reveals how the ambitious 30 year old with two Grammy Awards and over 50 top ten singles under his belt navigates the triumphs and pitfalls of his successful career.
Snoop Dogg may of fallen off your radar with all his Snoop Lion bullshit, but have no fear because this tracklist looks really phenomenal. I mean when you smoke that much weed you gotta eventually make some good tracks again. Right? Then add in the features, and you’ve got something to really look forward to. From Kendrick Lamar to Stevie Wonder, this project is STACKED. Not to mention Pharrell is on just about every track as the executive producer. Full tracklist after the jump.
Bush drops on May 12th. So guess we will have our verdict in less than 2 weeks.
So in case you spend all your time on music blogs and at music festivals…. Lil Wayne is on ESPN probably like every other month at this point. He actually seems to know his sports pretty well and generally gives decent “leaned-up thoughts” on sports news. This time he was on Highly Questionable which features Bomani Jones, Dan Le Batard, and his father Papi.
In probably one of the funnier things you will ever see an old person do…. Papi attempts to rap “HYFR” along with Weezy. The result is well, hilarious.
I’ll be patiently waiting on 37 remix videos from EDM artists on facebook using this clip.