- Artist: T-Pain
- Track: Coming Home
- Producer: T-Pain
- Album: Stoicville: The Phoenix
In the lead-up to his next studio album, T-Pain has challenged the public's perception of him by liberating records like title track Stoicville, which saw him delivering some deeply personal bars in a genuine, undoctored flow. Though that move won him acclaim in the Booth and beyond, he's not about to throw out the Autotune entirely; promo cut Coming Home is every bit as soaked in the studio effect as the Nappy Boy general's hits of old. But don't let that scare you away; featuring the artist's catchy melodies and exuberant production, along with a hook inspired by The Proclaimers' I Would Walk 500 Miles, the record has a bubblegum-pop appeal that few will be able to resist. Pain even throws in a Row, Row, Row Your Boat reference for all the Lonely Island fans out there. This loosie has yet to hit iTunes, but fans can currently download it for free via the artist's official site.