I’ve seen an interview recently with T-Pain in one of the popular shows running on MTV, and so far I’ve always thought this is just the guy with the auto-tune. He made a good pattern and he runs with it, certainly great business. But lately I’ve realized there’s so much more about this person. How? Thanks to the flip from Loose Packa we’ve discovered a hidden gem, which probably was one of his super under-rated songs from 2014. The original Stoicville is six-minute spleen-vent lament about fake friends and career disappointments. Staggering to listen to this rap beast after all these gimmicks, and Loose Packa did a really great job building up the tension with a more sophisticated piano and a harder drop. We wish T-Pain releases more self-reflection in the future, and maybe produce it with Loose Packa.
December 07, 2019
// Track review
50 Cent Feat. Chris Brown - No Romeo No Juliet (BMR Flame & Young Beast Remix)
Pimpin' never gets old