(Photos) Metro Boomin, T-Pain, Missy Elliott & Dej Loaf Hit The Studio

Now we know of three more people Metro Boomin trusts. T-Pain tweeted he, Missy Elliott & Dej Loaf all just left the studio with Metro Boomin. New collab on the way?? I think so! Hit the jump.

(Video) Defy Labels With Some Notable Celebrities With The New Mini USA Car Commercial During Super Bowl 50

Check out Serena Williams, T-Pain and many more notable celebs in the Mini USA car commercial after the jump.

#MusicStillMatters New Music: T-Pain – Do That Sh*t

T-Pain is back with his new single “Do That Sh*T.” The production is handled by the De-Capo Music Group. Listen to the track after the jump.

(Video) T-Pain Is Asking Fans For Wedding Footage For His “Officially Yours” Video

Just last month T-Pain debuted a new song during a live performance in D.C. The track, titled ‘Officially Yours’ is the single off his upcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix. The album, which was scheduled for a Decemeber 11th release was pushed back. “@RCARecords & I would like to apologize for postponing the release of my album #StoicvilleThePhoenix” T-Pain tweeted to his adding, “You won’t get it tomorrow but when you do get it I promise you will love it!!!” T-Pain took to Twitter once more to address his fans this time asking for their help. The Florida native requested fans submit their wedding footage to help complete the ‘Officially Yours’ video. More down below.

T-Pain Says Kanye’s ‘808s & Heartbreak’ Was A “Direct Copy” Of His Debut Album

December 6 marked the tenth anniversary of his debut album Rappa Ternt Sanga, so T-Pain sat down with Billboard to reflect on the journey since then. During the chat, Pain was asked how the sound he used on the album – which certainly was ground-breaking at the time – will remain relevant.

Guess Who T-Pain Says Is The Most Challenging Artist He’s Ever Worked With

It may not be like that right now, but there was once a time where T-Pain was THE man for hooks, and you could hear him on a song with just about every big-name artist under the sun. As one can imagine, the Atlanta singer has been in the studio with a ton of people – but there’s one in particular that he names as his biggest pain in the butt to work with: Diddy! Appearing on Watch What Happens Live! last night, a fan called in to asked the question, and he was quick with his response, saying it was “fairly easy” to choose.

“I wouldn’t say pain in the a**, but Diddy was the most…what he called “motivating”…and it was a little discouraging.”

He goes into detail below!

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