T-Pain ft. Lil Wayne - Bang Bang Pow Pow

Posted 4 years ago
Tags: T-Pain , Club , Hitmaker
Featuring:
Producer:
T-Minus
Album:
rEVOLVEr

Big deal Black Eyed Peas. So you had a hit single called Boom Boom Pow. That’s only two booms and a pow. You just left yourself wide open for T-Pain to come in and top you with his latest effort Bang Bang Pow Pow. Eat your heart our Fergie. A brand new banger that reunites Pain with his previous hit partner Lil Wayne (Got Money, Can’t Believe It, etc.), BBPP finds T-Wayne trading vocal barrages of an addictively rolling beat from T-Minus that’s sure to get even the haters’ heads nodding. It’s the perfect spark to set a (relatively) Autotune-free Pain off an aggressively delivered hook and half-sung, half-rapped verse that refuses to so much as even slow down to acknowledge the haters. Weezy F follows suit with a 16 that’s, let’s be real, not exactly his best but still more than keeps this shotgun blast banger moving. BBPP is the latest release song on T-Pain’s long-delayed fourth album rEVOLVEr, dropping December 6. Now who thinks they can top Pain? Can I get a Boom Pow Bang Slam Boom from anyone? Busta? 

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