Tag: Goal Line
T-Pain new album Oblivion is now available for streaming and download on iTunes/Apple Music.
The project arrives six years after his previous album rEVOLVEr. Oblivion comes with 16 tracks with a couple guest verses from the likes of Wale, Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Tiffany Evans, Talkbox, Manny G, Blac Youngsta among others. Youngsta can be found on the previously released single “Goal Line” while singer Tiffany Evans is featured on another previously released single “Textin My Ex.” The auto-tune rapper first announced the project earlier this year and after a few delays its finally here.
During an interview with XXL in August, T-Pain said Oblivion would be his final album on his deal with RCA. He also noted that majority of the project was produced by Dre Moon. “Definitely working on an album,” he said. “It’s called Oblivion. A lot of it’s produced by Dre Moon, he’s a new producer. It was supposed to be a collab mixtape between him and I but then once some of the songs started getting to the label, the label was like, “Oh, this is a fucking album!” And this would be my last album on the label. So, for them to accept this I’m like, Oh, alright I’m free after this.”
Stream T-Pain new album Oblivion on iTunes/Apple Music below.
T-Pain has been dropping new music ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album OBLiViON, due in November. The singer drops his “Goal Line” video featuring Blac Youngsta a day after performing the single on TRL. The pair hit the poolside with drinks in hand with a bunch of banging females dancing in bikinis. The crew partied from in the all the way into the night.
“You don’t think we’ll catch a case ain’t a / All of my ni**as got GPS all of my ni**as show up at your place ain’t a / I move that weight like I’m weight gaining / I push that weight like I’m weight training,” T-Pain raps. Blac Youngsta has also been on the come-up after signing a deal with Yo Gotti’s label. Earlier this year he got into some legal troubles for his alleged involvement in a drive-by shooting that almost claimed the life of rival rapper Young Dolph in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dolph was sitting inside his SUV when a rain of bullets came down on the vehicle, but fortunately for him, the car was bulletproof.