T-Pain - Take Your Shirt Off

Posted 7 years ago

Fresh off the shockingly auto-tune free Dope, T-Pain is back and fully robotoized with the first single off his upcoming album RevolveR, the pounding Take Your Shirt Off. A shameless attempt to see some boobies in the tradition of Nelly’s Hot in Herre, Take Your Shirt Off is a club-ready track complete with up-tempo production from the Pain himself and his usual assortment of catchy hooks and vocal flares.  (Bonus points if you caught the Petey Pablo reference). Take Your Shirt Off also asks a crucial question: No, not “will this be the new official theme song for Girls Gone Wild?” But, as T-Pain himself asks, “is auto-tune really dead?” We’ll find out when RevolveR drops this winter.

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