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  1. Faheem Najm

    Faheem Najm

    American singer

  2. I'm Sprung

    I'm Sprung (2005)


    "I'm Sprung" is an R&B song performed and produced by producer/singer-songwriter T-Pain and is the first single from his debut album Rappa Ternt Sanga. The song is dedicated to his wife, Amber. T-Pain thanked Felli Fel for being the first person to play Sprung on the radio.

  3. Rap Song

    Rap Song (2010)


    "Rap Song" is a song by R&B singer T-Pain. The song features rapper Rick Ross and originally served as the third promotional single off T-Pain's fourth studio album Revolve?, but never made it on the track list.

  4. Epiphany

    Epiphany (2007)


    Epiphany is the second studio album by American R&B singer-songwriter and producer T-Pain. It was released on June 5, 2007. This was T-Pain's first album to be released on his label, Nappy Boy Entertainment.

  5. Rappa Ternt Sanga

    Rappa Ternt Sanga (2005)


    Rappa Ternt Sanga is the debut album by Hip-Hop producer/singer-songwriter T-Pain, released in December 6, 2005. The title is a dialectal pronunciation of the phrase "rapper turned singer." It has sold over 800,000 copies worldwide. T-Pain had two US Billboard Top Ten hits with "I'm Sprung" and "I'm 'n Luv (Wit a Stripper)". Other tracks on the album include "I'm So High," a song about the use of recreational drugs. Rappa Ternt Sanga debuted at number forty on the US Billboard 200 chart selling 47,000 copies in its first week, and fell fifty places to number ninety-one the next week; over the following weeks it eventually climbed to number thirty-three.

  6. Who The Fuck Is That

    Who The Fuck Is That


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  7. Three Ringz

    Three Ringz


    Thr33 Ringz is the third studio album by American R&B singer-songwriter-rapper T-Pain. It was released in the U.S. on November 11, 2008, debuting at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and at number one on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album received mixed to favorable reviews from music critics. The album was nominated for Best Contemporary R&B Album for the 52nd Grammy Awards, but lost to Beyoncé's I Am... Sasha Fierce.

  8. The Last Last One Forever and Ever

    The Last Last One Forever and Ever (2009)


    "Last Last One Forever and Ever" (also known as "Live Action") is the tenth and final episode of the sixth season of the animated television series Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the 88th episode of the series overall. In the United States "Last Last One Forever and Ever" is rated TV-MA and originally aired on May 31, 2009 on Adult Swim. In the episode, Don Shake, a live-action interpretation of Master Shake, attempts to write a successful novel in order to afford his rent in a live-action universe. This episode ends on an unofficial cliffhanger, which is continued in the season seven episode "Rabbot Redux".

  9. Revolver

    Revolver (2011)


    Revolver (stylized as REVOLVEЯ), is the fourth studio album by American R&B recording artist T-Pain, released through Konvict Muzik, RCA Records and his own label Nappy Boy Entertainment on December 6, 2011. It is his first album released after the dissolution of his previous label, Jive Records. Recording sessions for the album have taken place from 2009 to 2011. T-Pain stated that the two R's in the word, RevolveЯ have been capitalized so that in the middle, it says "evolve", indicating that T-Pain has evolved as an artist, and as a person in the period from Thr33 Ringz up till RevolveЯ. He later stated that the R's were put to show how people can be deceived, and precept incorrectly without looking at the inside of things, and he then said that this will be the scheme of the album. T-Pain announced that the album would be released on December 6 in the United States in an interview with Lady Jade on the F.A.M.E. tour bus, coincidentally this is the same release date of his first album, Rappa Ternt Sanga back in 2005. At the end of 2009, and throughout the early part of 2010, several singles were released from the album; however, the poor chart performance of these songs caused them to re-dubbed as promotional singles.

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