T-Pain

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It’s been a hot minute since the Godfather of Auto-Tune has graced the airwaves with his digitally enhanced crooning that took the Hip-Hop & R&B world by storm.

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Jay Z’s attempt to kill auto-tune seems to have fallen short as the Godfather of the digitalized vocals is still alive and singing.

T-Pain gave the world the album they thought they wanted back in 2009 by leaking his collaborative project with Lil Wayne.

Chance The Rapper brought in his 24th time around the sun with some celebrities and neighbors.

T-Pain is hoping that someone among his one million-plus Twitter followers can help police find the man accused of stabbing his niece to death at Walgreen’s in Florida.

T-Pain sang the national anthem at a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game on Aug. 31, without auto-tune. 

It’s not like he ever really left, but T-Pain is back. The “Buy You A Drink” crooner teamed with World Star to drop a documentary called Bigger Than Pain that details his Auto-Tune heavy, Grammy winning journey.

T-Pain returns to the Internets with a new heater titled “Let Your Hair Down,” the highlighted cut in today’s Wired Tracks.

Over the weekend, T-Pain performed at the 2015 New Balance Nationals Indoor at The Armory in New York City, which is all good. However, we gotta admit that we’re hella jealous that before the show he got to stop by the New Balance store and create a pair of custom 993s. 

While all T-Pain fans patiently wait for T-Pain to release his fifth studio album Stoicville: The Phoenix, the superstar hitmaker has decided to venture out to damn near every overlooked city in North America for his I Am T-Pain Tour.

An impressive catalog of hits such as “Low,” “5 O’Clock” and “All I Do Is Win” are more than enough to consider T-Pain as one of Hip-Hop’s most premier hitmakers.

Although scoring #1 hits that make clubs go crazy edges the top of T-Pain’s reputation, his name is equally–if not more–synonymous with bringing Auto-Tune credibility and awareness to a new generation.