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The thing with a lot of hip hop artists is that they got their fame through singing about the struggles and ups and downs of their lives. A lot of the times the lyrical content of most of these musicians is about the social injustice and inequality prevalent in our society. T-Pain is no exception to this rule. A commercially hit and critically acclaimed R&B and hip hop artist, he has sold millions of records worldwide and has a huge fan following.
Rappa Ternt Sanga is the first studio album by R&B and hip hop music artist T-Pain and was released on December 6,2005. The album which features eighteen tracks has a total run time of approximately one hour and ten minutes. T-Pain used the African American dialectical pronunciation for rapper turned singer which sounds like Rappa Ternt Sanga and used it as the title for his debut album. The album upon release sold more than forty seven thousand copies in week one and appeared on the US Billboard 200 at the fortieth position. From there it slipped down in the charts only to rise back to the thirty third position in the coming weeks. The album has sold more than 800,000 copies the word over since its release. It featured hit singles I'm Sprung, I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper) and U Got Me along with several other hit tracks. The album received three star rating from the Rolling Stone Magazine and Allmusic and RapReviews gave it six stars.
T-Pain released his second studio album after a gap of two years and chose to call it Epiphany. The reviews for his second release were favorable and almost the same as his first album. Both the Rolling Stone and Allmusic gave it three stars and PopMatters gave it a seven star rating. The album had a total run time of fifty six minutes and nine seconds and featured seventeen tracks. Three singles from this album Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin'), Church and Bartender became hit with audiences and helped the album sell more than 171,126 in its first week surpassing the sales of Rhianna's Good Girl Gone Bad which was released in the same week. So far the album has sold more than 819,000 copies all over the world. Other hit songs from this album are I got it, Show u How, Suicide, Tallahassee Love, Sounds Bad and Backseat Action.
T-Pain released his third music album which was called Thr33 Ringz on November11, 2008. The album appeared at the number one spot on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and held the number four position on the US Billboard 200. The reviews for his third album were mostly positive and received 3.5 star rating from both Allmusic and Rolling Stone. The album was even nominated for a Grammy Award. For this album T-Pain collaborated with some of the best rappers in the country and did a single Can't believe it with Lil Wayne, another with Ludacris called Chopped 'n' Skrewed and worked with Chris Brown on the last single from the album which was called Freeze.
More recently T-Pain released his fourth studio album in December last year and is now doing a string of live concerts to promote the music from his last release Revolver. The album has a runtime of sixty two minutes and forty eight seconds, features fourteen tracks and has already spawned a top ten single in 5 O' Clock. Other popular singles from this album include Best Love Song and Turn All the Lights On. For this album as well T pain collaborated with Chris Brown again for a song called Look at Her Go and with Pitbull for the song It's not you (It's Me).
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