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Rappa Ternt Sanga was a pleasant, catchy introduction to T-Pain’s unusual talent, but his personality really blossomed on his sophomore offering, Epiphany. “Buy U a Drank” is an ingenious mixture of persuasive synths and doo-wop crooning, while “Bartender” is nimble storytelling set to a beat that seems to glide on glass. It’s refreshing to have an R&B singer who doesn’t take himself too seriously. T-Pain could waste a lot of time playing the irresistible gigolo, but instead he wisely endears himself to his listener with the preposterous come-ons of “Yo Stomach” and “69.” And regardless of how you respond to the way T-Pain addresses AIDS on “Suicide,” you have to respect the man for being bold with his ideas. T-Pain provides more than enough pop sugar to attract the masses, but at the same time he has developed a style that differentiates him from anything else in the pop music landscape.

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Debut album featured the hit "I'm Sprung" and now he serves Epiphany his sophomore effort. Tallahassee Love: Reminiscent of "California Love" by 2Pac, Pain does a little rap, that's a welcoming intro. 3/5 Church: An upbeat track that has drums and "Rah!"s in between, as this album starter is really annoying. Pain doesn't even sing. Skipper. 1/5 Tipsy: A smooth groove that Pain does well on as he sings about getting drunk. Solid track. 3/5 Show U How: Upbeat, yet at the same time smooth, hook isn't bad. 3/5 Suicide: Wack track that just doesn't move you like it should. Skipper. 1/5 Bartender: Second radio smash, Pain got a little boring in the verses, hook isn't bad, Akon steals the show on his verse though. 4/5 Backseat Action: T-Pain's voice get's annoying on this drum filled love track. 2/5 Put It Down: Pain doesn't sing, Ray handles a nice hook. Average. 3/5 Time Machine: Smooth track that is boring in the verses, but it's the hook that takes you. I liked it. 3/5 Yo Stomach: Tay Dizm joins Pain to discuss sexy stomach's, average track. 3/5 Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin): Lead single, that I really liked, production was nicely done and Pain really blends with the track. Nice verse by Joc. 4/5 69: J Lyriq and Pain talk about doin a 69, it's just average nothing special. 3/5 Shottas: Skipper. Worst track of the album. 1/5 Right Hand: Smooth ballad that is nicely done. 4/5 Sounds Bad: Reflective track that is heartfelt and ends the album well. 3/5 T-Pain does okay on this, but I would get his first album instead. His vocoder is a gift (Buy U A Drank) and a curse (Shottas), when he blends with the production he sounds good, but other times it just doesn't fit. Average album. Rating 6.5 out of 10


seriously guys, bye u a drank is NOT good song. this is showing the decline of modern hip hop/rap. don't buy this stuff. thw album is crap compared to the other albums you can buy.

3.5 stars

Some songs are really good, but others are really dissapointing, especially with some of the language. He needs to stay more R&B. The best songs are (no order): Church Tipsy Bartender Backseat Action Buy U A Drank Right Hand Sounds Bad


Born: June 30, 1985 in Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Tallahassee-based MC and vocalist T-Pain (born Faheem Najm) came up in a rap group called Nappy Headz but went pro as a solo R&B artist after he recorded "I'm F**ked Up," a personal take on Akon's Top Ten hit "Locked Up." Akon heard the track and took T-Pain under his wing with a contract on his Jive-distributed Konvict Muzik label. Produced and written mostly by T-Pain, Rappa Ternt Sanga was released in December 2005, led by the Top 20 single "I'm Sprung." Epiphany followed in June 2007. His 2008...
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