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The Tallahassee rapper-turned-singer's second album features guest appearances by his mentor, Akon, as well as Yung Joc, who accompanies T-Pain on the album's first single, the stripped-down, seductive \"Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin').\"
The discography of T-Pain, an American rapper and singer, consists of six studio albums, one compilation album, one soundtrack album, one instrumental album, seven mixtapes, 21 singles and nineteen music videos.
On December 6, 2005, his debut studio album Rappa Ternt Sanga debuted at number 33 on the US Billboard 200. Both singles, \"I'm Sprung\" and \"I'm 'n Luv (Wit a Stripper)\", peaked in the top ten on the US Billboard Hot 100. After that, he collaborated with fellow rapper E-40 and singer Kandi Burruss on the single \"U and Dat\", which peaked at number 13 in the United States. In 2007, his second album, titled Epiphany (2007), debuted at number 1 in the United States. The lead single \"Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')\" peaked at number 1 in the United States, the follow-up single \"Bartender\" peaked at number 5, and \"Church\" was released as the album's third single. During 2007, T-Pain made several guest appearances on songs by other performing artists, the most commercially successful of these being \"Low\" by Flo Rida, which peaked at number 1 in the United States and on several national singles charts worldwide.
In November 2008, T-Pain released his third studio album, Three Ringz which debuted at number 4 in the United States. Three singles were released from the album: \"Chopped 'n' Skrewed\", \"Can't Believe It\", and \"Freeze\". In 2008, T-Pain appeared on several other singles by other performing artists, including \"Got Money\" by Lil Wayne, \"The Boss\" by Rick Ross, and \"One More Drink\" by Ludacris. T-Pain's fourth studio album, Revolver, was released in December 2011. The album was preceded by the release of the promotional singles \"Take Your Shirt Off\", \"Reverse Cowgirl\", and \"Rap Song\", as well as the single \"Booty Wurk (One Cheek at a Time)\", which attained mixed success on worldwide charts. On May 4, 2011, T-Pain released a mixtape, PrEVOLVEr, in promotion of the album. The first official single from Revolver was \"Best Love Song\", which features Chris Brown. The album's second single was \"5 O'Clock\", which features Wiz Khalifa and Lily Allen. The album's third single was \"Turn All the Lights On\", which features Ne-Yo.
Faheem Rasheed Najm, better known by his stage name T-Pain, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and streamer. His debut album, Rappa Ternt Sanga, was released in 2005. In 2007, T-Pain released his second album Epiphany, which reached number one on the US Billboard 200 chart.
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Annina came on the morrow full of secrecy and other things moreequivocal still in appearance. Her burden proved, however, to be abundle of rags which, she assured Ippolita, represented all that wasnecessary to the perfect goatherd.
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There was no withstanding the popular voice; the Nonesi went mad to be aDuchy, with Molly for Duchess. Amilcare might be thrown in. Theybesieged the Bagnacavallo Cortile; they wrote sonnets and madrigals,and sang them day in, day out. Amilcare, acting with admirablediscretion, kept very much to himself; he sent his beautiful wife on tothe balcony twice a day to be saluted, and (more sparingly) let her workfor him among the higher sort with her lips, her blushes, and herfriendly grey eyes. He was humble in the Council, sober beneath theheaped-up honours of the popular voice, stern only with his mercenaries.A fortnight of this swept him to the top of his hopes. A deputation,with a laurel crown and the title of Dux in a casket, waited upon him.He had expected it for a week, and carefully dragooned his Molly.
Amilcare looked, as one might idly glance at a shrew-mouse in the path.He saw a brown body pitifully lean, a shock black head, a pair ofpiercing grey eyes. Further, he saw that the child had not on a stitchof clothing, and that he was splashed to the knees with drying blood.
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