Since all of T-Pain‘s current singles, Can’t Believe It, Chopped N’ Skrewed, Freeze, and Karaoke, have picked up overwhelmingly positive reviews in the Booth, his forthcoming junior album, Thr33 Ringz, is widely expected to achieve near ‘classic’ status. With just one week left before the full show opens on November 11, Pain has decided to unleash a remixed version of his first single; while Weezy is nowhere to be seen, two of T-Pain’s Konvict labelmates will happily take the lady listeners to new and exciting places. Label boss Akon is ready to fly her in a Lear Jet to his native country of Senegal, while Kardinal Offishall is ready to take her all the way down to the Caribbean (where the ladies will make the people say raaaahhhhh…) Check back next week for a full-length review of Thr33 Ringz from our very own Nathan S.
Written by Burmy on 11/3/08
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