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T-Pain (Photo credit: Giles Williams // provided by Press Here Publicity)
T-Pain (Photo credit: Giles Williams // provided by Press Here Publicity)

T-Pain releases powerful new single/video 'On This Hill'


Fri, May 17th 2024 02:40 pm

Teams with Talkspace to provide free therapy to fans

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Press Release

Grammy Award-winning artist, producer, songwriter, entrepreneur and global cultural icon T-Pain has released his powerful new single, “On This Hill.” The song about self-love and standing up for yourself, which showcases the innovative artist’s powerful vocals and dynamic voice, comes during Mental Health Awareness Month, and the artist has teamed up with Talkspace to provide free therapy to his fans for up to a year.

Press here to listen and here to watch the mesmerizing visual that finds T-Pain at a raw, fireside jam session in the middle of nowhere, playing into themes of vulnerability and renewal that come up in the song.

"This song is really about refusing to be gaslit anymore,” T-Pain said. “It's about coming to a realization that I have to stand up for myself. Over the years, that has just been something I've had to open my eyes to and learn how to deal with it. So yeah, I'll die on this hill, ha!"

Fans can find T-Pain on the cover of Billboard Digital’s May issue, and the in-demand collaborator recently blew audiences away when he dropped by Stagecoach to perform his cover of “Should’ve Been A Cowboy” with Jelly Roll late last month. The track landed on the Billboard “Hot Country Songs” chart (marking the first time T-Pain has appeared there during his illustrious career). His song with Meghan Trainor, “Been Like This,” is still climbing the Top 40, and he also released a full album with Nappy Boy Entertainment artist, producer and songwriter Young Ca$h as The Bluez Brothaz in April – press here to stream.

In other exciting news: his Big Ass Chain is on display at The American Museum of Natural History through January 2025 as part of “Ice Cold: An Exhibition of Hip-Hop Jewelry.”

At the end of this month, T-Pain will hit the road for his “Mansion In Wiscansin Party Tour.” Taking its name from the now-iconic lyric “Put you in a mansion, somewhere in Wiscansin” from his 2008 hit “Can’t Believe It,” the series of dates kicks off in Houston on May 29 and highlights include a special Juneteenth celebration at The Hollywood Bowl with Color of Noise Orchestra, his third annual Wiscansin Fest at The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, and a headline show at Central Park SummerStage. Later this summer, he’ll join Pitbull on the “Party After Dark Tour.” Press here for all tickets and more info.

T-Pain will perform at Darien Lake Amphitheater on Friday, Sept. 6.

More on T-Pain

T-Pain has not only changed the course of pop, hip-hop and R&B, but has reshaped the fabric of culture itself. He has sold over 50 million singles, accumulated billions of streams, racked up 10 iconic No. 1s on the Billboard Hot 100, and captivated the world with his charismatic live performances, earning a reputation as a global phenomenon.

T-Pain’s recent viral sensations “On Top of The Covers (Live From The Sun Rose)” (based on acclaimed covers album “On Top of The Covers”), and inspirational single “Dreaming,” are out now via his own Nappy Boy Entertainment.

Since emerging in 2004, the Tallahassee trailblazer’s influence has transcended generations in music and more; the iconic artist won the first season of FOX’s “The Masked Singer” after stunning audiences with his soulful, non-Auto-Tuned voice, and he boasts one of the most-watched “Tiny Desk” sessions and “Hot Ones” interviews of all time.

He shines as a Twitch phenomenon and uber-popular streamer, head of his own Nappy Boy Entertainment and Nappy Boy Automotive, podcast host, director and editor, expert drift driver, actor, author and spokesperson. Recipient of the 2023 Soul Train Legend Award, he’ll continue rolling out new music, performing as a resident artist at Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub (Resorts World Las Vegas) and touring throughout 2024.

Stay tuned for updates and more information on the Nappy Boy takeover!

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