10+ Best T Pain Songs & Albums
[Lyrics & Videos]
Share this article:
Bounce Mojo is a leading player of Celebrity News, Reviews, Entertainment and Top 10 of Everything. We sometimes use affiliate links and may receive a small commission on your purchase. Learn more…
T Pain Songs & Albums: If you’re Looking for T-Pain songs to blast the party you’re hosting soon, worry not; we’ve got you covered!
In this article, we’re going to dig into everything you need to know about his career and Bouncemojo’s exclusive list of T-Pain songs to binge-listen to when your gang comes over.
There’s no way you’re losing the song war this time!
Buckle up, as this is going to be fun.
Let’s get started…
Embed this image on your site!
<a href="https://bouncemojo.com"><img src="https://bouncemojo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/T-Pain-Songs.webp" alt="T Pain" ></a>
Let’s first recall the journey of the man known for his talent…
Faheem Rasheed Najm, popularly known as T-Pain, is a songwriter, streamer, singer, and heartthrob rapper who has ruled the hearts of his fans since 2005. His second album “Epiphany” reached number one on the US Billboard 200 chart; since then, his popularity has gained momentum.
Starting his career from a rap group, Nappy Headz, in 2012, T-Pain managed to get into the list of Pop-Top Ten as the lead artist and that for four times.
Initially, a few thought his use of auto-tune in commercial music will damage his career, which seems to be a miscalculation now. People not only love the artist but his art of blending auto-tune in the correct rhythm. No wonder his voice holds the soul of music lovers.
To enrich your soul, we got you some iconic T-Pain tracks to feel that nostalgic vibe!
So let’s get started…
#1. Bartender (feat. Akon)
“Bartender” with the perfect beat released on June 5, 2007, as a part of the second single from T-Pain’s second album, “Epiphany” .The song was nominated for a Grammy for ‘The Best R&B Performance by a Group or Duo in 2008.’ In addition, the charming video directed by Erik White grabs the audience’s attention.
The video portrays a nightclub scene in Atlanta, Georgia, where T-Pain is dancing and singing before a bar while enjoying the environment.
The song “Bartender” featuring Akon ranked #97 on Billboard Hot 100 on the issue date and peaked at #5 on September 22, 2007. It became T-Pain’s fourth hit among the top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, whereas Akon’s #9 among the top 10 hits.
#2. I’m N Luv (Wit a Stripper) (feat. Mike Jones)
Produced by T-Pain himself, “I’m N Luv (Wit a Stripper)” sometimes censored as “I’m N Luv (Wit a Dancer)” is a perfect fit when you’re ready to hit the road. Written by Faheem Najam (T- Pain) and Mike Jones, the song is the third most successful among his single hits.
He released a remix with Akon, R. Kelly, Twista, Too Short, and others. While listening, you can feel the joy, fun, and lust T-Pain has put to it. The audience got the chance to enjoy the tune in 2005 for the first time.
“Luv Wit a Stripper” became T-Pain’s second top 10 single by ranking #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Though the song initially caught some controversy, T-Pain proved his talent to showcase emotions and personality integrated into his melodious voice.
#3. Turn All The Lights On (feat. Ne-Yo)
The song serves as the third official single of T-Pain’s fourth studio album, “RevolvЯ”. The music sets the mood of the listeners through high beats with danceable lyrics. In addition, listeners find it filled with the correct amount of energy needed to enhance the environment.
In case you don’t know…
Ne-Yo and T-Pain give the lead vocals as a duo. The song is co-produced by Dr. Luke and Circuit. The fantastic art piece released on January 17, 2012, rests on the playlist of T-Pain lovers since then. The song is ranked #13 as the US Bubbling under hot 100 singles.
#4. Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’)
“Buy U a Drank” is T-Pain’s R&B, Hip-Hop, and snap hit featuring Yung Joc. The song came out on 20th February 2007. T-Pain’s second blockbuster album, “Epiphany”, featured the song as the first single.
Here’s how T-Pain explains the song…
“These days, lots of people begin their relationships in clubs. Whole conversations begin with some guy buying a young lady a drink. So I wanted to make a song for those folks.”
Though the song is less prevalent in Uk, it made it to #84 among the Hot 100. “Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’)” also became T-Pain’s and Yung Joc’s first number 1 single on Billboard Hot 10.
#5. Take Your Shirt Off
Featuring T-Pain, “Take Your Shirt Off” is one of the big hip-hop hits from 2009. It was initially released as a first promotional single off T-Pain’s fourth studio album, “RevolvЯ” but unfortunately never made it to the list.
On the other hand…
Petey Pablo’s hip-hop “Raise Up” serves as the inspiration for this melodious song. It reached #8 on the Billboard hot 100 and #23 on the Australian Aria Urban chart. It was made available on iTunes for purchase.
The music video shot at various Florida locations was made public through youtube on December 2, 2009. Rick Ross, Petey Pablo, and George Clinton made their cameo appearances. Step Up 3D’s official trailer featured the song, including the film “Lottery Ticket” ,featuring T-Pain himself.
#6. Best Love Song (feat. Chris Brown)
“Best Love Song” is T-Pain’s one of the hit singles featuring Chris Brown. On March 22, 2011, the song came out as the first official single from his fourth studio album “RevolvЯ.” It originally featured R&B artist Akron.
The “Best Love Song” was also featured in the pilot of The CW TV series “Hart of Dixie.” It has the background vocals from Once Chance and R&B group Jon A. Gordon, Michael A. Gordon.
On the other hand…
T-pain released the song on his Twitter account himself. He stated, “Since nobody wants to respect this form of art that you all say we ‘love’ so much, I’m just gonna go ahead and start leaking the album myself tonight.” After then, on March 22, 2011, the song was published in a single Digital Download format.
Wait, There’s more…
The audience got to enjoy the lively music video on May 25, 2011, via VEVO. The song includes a theme of a party where Chris Brown and T-Pain are battling to impress a girl, but unfortunately, the girl leaves both and goes with a third guy in the end. The theme of battling of both singers refers to the battle of the bands’ segment from a 2010 film “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World”.
#7. Booty Wurk (One Cheek At a Time) ft. Joey Galaxy
“Booty Wurk (One Cheek At a Time)” is a popular song by T-Pain featuring Nappy Boy Entertainment artist Joey Galaxy. The song was initially served as the second single off T-Pain’s fourth studio album “RevolvЯ, on June 7, 2011. But, unfortunately, the song never made it to the list.
The song “Booty Wurk (One Cheek At a Time),” produced by Young Fyre, was later included on “T-pain Presents Happy Hour: The Greatest Hits.” In the video directed by Erik White, comedian Kevin Hart made a guest appearance.
#8. I’m Sprung
Loved by all, “I’m Sprung” is T-Pain’s debut song from his debut album “Rappa Ternt Sanga.” T-Pain dedicated the song to his wife, Amber. The 1997 movie “Sprung” holds the title to be the inspiration of the music. The song was officially released in 2005, making people fall in love with T-Pain throughout the US and Europe.
In case you might be asking yourself…
The song was a success on Billboard Hot 100, ranking #8, becoming T-Pain’s first top 10 single. The single also ranked #9 on the R&B charts while ranked #14 as a success on the Billboard Pop 100. On June 14, 2006, the song was certified Platinum for selling over a million copies.
After the success of T-Pain’s debut song, the audience was surprised with a remix of it as “I’m Sprung Pt.2,” featuring Youngbloodz and Trick Daddy. The addition of music from “I’m N Luv (Wit a Stripper)” at the end of the video of “I’m Sprung” created more excitement in the audience for the next big hit.
#9. Up Down (Do This All Day) (feat. B.o. B)
“Up Down (Do This All Day)” was released on August 13, 2013, by T-Pain as his first single from the album “T-Pain Presents Happy Hour: The Greatest Hits.” Featuring B.o.B. The song peaked at #62 and #43 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart.
The theme of the strong is around strippers and liquor. T-Pain shared his views on a song by saying, “You know I’m the strip club king. It just goes like that, man. I’m just making another one. This is regular shit for me. I’m just going in”!
The song was certified Platinum by RIAA on May 14, 2015.
#10. Jerry Springer (Feat. Tory Lanez)
“Jerry Springer” is a duo by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez and T-Pain. The song came out as a reference to television personality Jerry Springer on November 8, 2019.
The song is a lead single from the fourth studio album, “Chixtape 5.”
That’s not it…
The official video features Tory Lanez and T-Pain. To keep it relevant with the theme, Tory Lanez carried a look from the 2000s.
Conclusion: T Pain Songs & Albums
That’s all for the T-Pain songs top list. Hopefully, your favorite song was on the list with all the details required to show off your extensive knowledge of the party booster T-Pain.
If you are craving for more on T-Pain, why not enjoy some insights on his Net Worth, Quotes and the best of his Memes on our site, Bouncemojo.com.
Put the Bounce in Your Mojo Today!