It starts out serene, interpolating the Bollywood song “Tum Hi Ho,” and when T-Pain’s trademark Auto-Tuned vocals arrives, he waxes poetic on what his money has gotten him.
In addition to the song, T-Pain has also announced his forthcoming U.S. tour ahead of his new album 1UP, which is slated to arrive in early 2019. The 14-city 1UP Tour will kick off on March 20 in Baltimore, and end on April 9 in San Diego. General on sale tickets will be available today at 10 a.m. ET at tpain.com.
Spanning 12 tracks and featuring appearances from Bow Wow, Severe, and MJG, Vol. 2 was a solid offering for T-Pain fans. The tape also followed the first installation of that series, which T-Pain dropped in August.
Not everything’s been rosy with the rapper-slash-singer. T-Pain is suing his former personal manager for $1 million for allegedly taking higher commissions than what was agreed upon from T-Pain for years, according to the Blast. The amount he’s seeking is for damages and the return of all the commissions he paid the company since 2005, accusing the company of taking illegal commissions without obtaining a talent license.