T-Pain - Freaknik Is Back

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: T-Pain
Producer:
Tha Bizness
Album:
Freaknik: The Musical Soundtrack

We all know that there are times when you might find yourself at a loss for words. This temporarily happened to me after listening to T-Pain’s Freaknik is Back.  Is it really possible to be met with feelings of disappointment, confusion, and hilarity all at once? The answer, thanks to the musical genius (most days) that is Tallahassee Pain, is a resounding yes.  A day after the well-received Save You hit our front page, we present the lead track off the soundtrack to Pain’s much-talked-about Freaknik: The Musical. Spending close to two and a half minutes talking about bitches, doo-rags, and “new ‘Lacs” over a surprisingly busy beat from Tha Bizness, the Florida native manages to make a record that I can only describe as “entertainingly dismal.” Do you agree, or do you hear any redeeming qualities that I may be missing? The soundtrack, out tomorrow, is sure to be nothing short of interesting if songs like these are the norm. Personally, though, I’m hoping that Freaknik Is Back doesn’t set the tone for the highly-anticipated ReVolver.

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