T Pain Tickets
The voice behind multi-platinum singles like, Can’t Believe It, Buy u a Drank (Shawty Snappin’) and Turn All The Lights On, T-Pain is a big name in R&B music. He is a two-time Grammy winner who has churned out many hit albums including, ‘Epiphany’ which reached the first spot on the Billboard 200. T-Pain has now shared his touring schedule and will be playing acoustic shows in different cities throughout the month of October. If you want to enjoy his performance live, then grab your T-Pain tickets now.
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In a career that spans over a decade, T-Pain has won two Grammys, sold millions of albums and has recorded a string of hit singles. He has made the use of Auto-Tune pitch correction very popular and has featured on over fifty chart-topping singles so far. His appearance on Flo Rida’s single, Low brought him a lot of success. The song was certified six times platinum in the U.S. T-Pain is now heading out on a tour and will be playing his gig in your city soon. All you need are your T-Pain tickets if you want to watch him take the stage live.
T-Pain was born in Florida as Faheem Rashad Najm. He grew up having keen interest in music and soon joined, Nappy Headz , a rap group in 2004. He recorded a cover version of Akon’s single, Locked Up with the band. The song was heard by the five-time Grammy nominated singer, Akon himself who instantaneously signed T-Pain to his record label, Konvict Muzik.
After getting a record deal, he started working on his first studio album. Titled, ‘Rappa Ternt Sanga,’ the album arrived in the markets in the fall of 2005. It featured eighteen songs on the track-list all of which were produced by T-Pain himself with the exceptions of, Fly Away and I’m Hi. ‘Rappa Ternt Sanga’ landed at the thirty third spot on the Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the RIAA. It also received positive feedback from the critics as AllMusic gave it three and a half stars out of five.
The record was supported by two singles, I’m Sprung 2 and I’m ‘n Luv (Wit a Stripper) both of which sold millions of copies in the United States. The remix versions of these two tracks were later released. Dizzee Rascal featured on the former and while R. Kelly, Pimp C, Too $hort, Paul Wall, MJG and Twista appeared on the latter.
Hitting it big
T-Pain didn’t take much time in releasing new music and set the music industry on fire when he returned with his second album, ‘Epiphany’ in 2007. This was his first studio effort to reach the top spot on the Billboard 200. The record became a massive hit in all parts of the world and went gold in the United States and New Zealand. Plus, the critics were also impressed and gave positive reviews. Sputnikmusic stated, “T-Pain is starting to establish himself as a lasting source of entertainment in the vein of R. Kelly.”
A year later, the R&B superstar announced that he will be dropping a new album. This news made his fans excited and anticipation for him to release new music increased. Finally, on November 11, 2008, T-Pain’s third studio record, ‘Three Ringz’ hit the shelves. It was approved by the critics and gave many hit tracks like, Freeze, Can’t Believe It and Chopped ‘n’ Skrewed which became fan favorites. Moreover, the album was also nominated at the 52nd Grammy Awards for the ‘Best Contemporary R&B Album’ but lost to Beyoncé's ‘I Am... Sasha Fierce.’
In 2011, T-Pain spawned to date his latest studio record, ‘Revolver.’ The album featured guest appearances by stars like, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Pitbull and Wiz Khalifa. It collected favorable reviews from the critics as Rolling Stones gave it three stars out of five. Since the record’s release, T-Pain has not worked on any LP but has churned out two EPs including his latest with Lil Wayne titled, ‘T-Wayne’ which hit the stores in the May of 2017.
T-Pain fans have been waiting for him to announce a new tour and he has finally done that. The 5 O’Clock singer has unveiled that he will be playing a series of acoustic shows throughout North America this October. He is scheduled to perform gigs in cities like, Chicago, New York and Washington. To be a part of his show, you have to get your T-Pain tickets.
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