To preface this: I will forever blame Jay-Z for T-Pain’s scaled-back career post-“D.O.A.” Intentional or not, it amazing how he continues to make good quality music that never sees the charts while many other non-talents use Auto-Tune to flood our radios and streaming platforms with s***ty music…in 2019.
If, in the midst of other releases, you forgot that T-Pain dropped a really good album with 1UP, here’s a reminder: the Floridian star has returned with a new visual from the project for “All I Want,” which features Flipp Dinero and sees Teddy P. giving what looks like a loose Jordan Belfort impression. Check out the Edgar Esteves-directed video below.
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