T-Pain ft. Lil’ Wayne - Can’t Believe It

Posted 8 years ago
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T-Pain
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Thr33 Ringz

In late 2005, Lil’ Wayne and Juelz Santana announced their plans to record a collaborative album, entitled I Can’t Feel My Face.  The project never materialized, however, and their recorded work remains unheard.  Three years later, Lil’ Wayne is once again discussing the possibility of a collaborative album, except this time his coworker will be T-Pain.  While nothing is official and neither artist’s label has signed on to the idea, T-Wayne (as they have dubbed themselves) has already revealed that they are a handful of songs deep into the potential project.  Can’t Believe It, the first single off Pain’s Thr33 Ringz, is the exact opposite of the duo’s current charting single, Got Money, and features both artists on autotune.  We know, surprise surprise.

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