T-Pain Set September 30 for New Album's Release


T-Pain Set September 30 for New Album's Release
The rapper has finally revealed more details about his upcoming LP, confirming its release date to the media.


Rapper/producer T-Pain finally revealed more details about his upcoming studio album "3 Rings" and also the first single from the set, "Snap You Fingers". The rapper plans to drop his new and third studio album on September 30 via Konvict Muzik/Zomba, while his song will be spawned to radios sometime in June.

Moreover, a representative from Zomba also stated that the music video for the first single is also in progress and will be released soon. The representative also added that T-Pain is still working very hard to finish his upcoming LP with Akon.

Beside working on his new set, the rapper recently has done many collaborations with other musicians on their songs. T-Pain has collaborated with Kanye West on "Good Life", Chris Brown on "Kiss Kiss" and Flo Rida on "Low".

For that works, he has recently received five nominations for the 2008 BET Awards and is the artists with the most nominees. From the five nominations, three of them came from the same category which is the Best Collaboration Award.

© AceShowbiz.com


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