Editors’ Notes Rappa Ternt Sanga was a pleasant, catchy introduction to T-Pain’s unusual talent, but his personality really blossomed on his sophomore offering, Epiphany. “Buy U a Drank” is an ingenious mixture of persuasive synths and doo-wop crooning, while “Bartender” is nimble storytelling set to a beat that seems to glide on glass. It’s refreshing to have an R&B singer who doesn’t take himself too seriously. T-Pain could waste a lot of time playing the irresistible gigolo, but instead he wisely endears himself to his listener with the preposterous come-ons of “Yo Stomach” and “69.” And regardless of how you respond to the way T-Pain addresses AIDS on “Suicide,” you have to respect the man for being bold with his ideas. T-Pain provides more than enough pop sugar to attract the masses, but at the same time he has developed a style that differentiates him from anything else in the pop music landscape.

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Tallahassee Love
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2:04
 
Church (feat. Teddy Verseti)
2
4:01
 
Tipsy
3
3:09
 
Show U How (feat. Teddy Pain & Teddy Penderazdoun)
4
3:14
 
I Got It
5
1:54
 
Suicide
6
2:58
 
Bartender (feat. Akon)
7
3:58
 
Backseat Action (feat. Shawnna)
8
3:39
 
Put It Down (feat. Ray, Teddy Penderazdoun & Teddy Verseti)
9
3:40
 
Time Machine
10
2:52
 
Yo Stomach (feat. Tay Dizm)
11
4:18
 
Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin') [feat. Yung Joc]
12
3:47
 
69 (feat. J Lyriq)
13
3:25
 
Reggae Night
14
1:37
 
Shottas (feat. Cham & Kardinal Offishall)
15
3:14
 
Right Hand
16
3:13
 
Sounds Bad
17
5:06
 

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