NEW YORK (AP) — There may be a plethora of adjectives to describe music superstar T-Pain, but boring is never included. So when the idea of writing a book was presented, he knew what he would not be writing: an autobiography.
NEW YORK (AP) — When pioneering producers like DJ Premier and RZA, Ne-Yo and Johnta Austin, and Lil Jon and T-Pain went head-to-head in recent days by playing some of their most impactful songs in battles on social media, in more normal times, it may have answered the hypothetical question many music fans have asked throughout the years: Who is the better beat-maker...
Fantasia, "Sketchbook" (Rock Soul/BMG)
If you haven't heard Fantasia's latest singles, there's an easy summary: one's spiritual, another's about sex, and both are worth a listen.
The singer draws from very different worlds on her latest album "Sketchbook" — crediting a higher power for her heavenly vocals on the upbeat "Holy Ghost," then confessing the pleasure and peril of a good romp in the hay on the seductive T-Pain-assisted "PTSD" (short for "Post-Traumatic Sex Disorder.")