For months DJBooth has been infested with T-Pain collaborations. While some have been with A-list stars such as Kanye West (Good Life) or Chris Brown (Kiss Kiss), the majority of Teddy’s work has been with up-and-coming artists who hope that his presence can push their single to the next level. In 2005 ‘Uncle’ Charlie Wilson released his solo debut on Jive Records after recording as a member of the world famous Gap Band since 1967. Now, almost three years later, Wilson is embarking on his second solo act and alongside him is of course, T-Pain. The duo has teamed up for the elegant, Supa Sexy; a song that has Urban-AC programmers jumping for joy and theorists contemplating if T-Pain can work his magic on an artist over fifty.
Written by DJ Z on 11/19/07
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