OG Maco, The-Dream and Big K.R.I.T. also appear.
T-Pain waxes philosophically on golf attire, head injuries and the pragmatic reason why he’s not big on gymnastics.
The song is about the quest for love, which sometimes leads to frustrating places.
No word on whether this song will be used on the next T-Pain album,
Now that people have heard his real singing voice, he says, “It opened people’s eyes, and [it] changes the perception that people have of me… Now people are re-thinking the way they used to think of me.”
T-Pain released a Greatest Hits album on November 4th, and his “127 songs” deep into Stoicville. Stay tuned.
“Kanye uses it, but he doesn’t use it correctly.” He added, however, that West still “makes great music with it.”
T-Pain’s Stoicville: The Phoenix is due out this year.