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There was a time when R&B music was about love, meaningful relationships, and the longing heart. If T-Pain's sophomore release is any indication, those days are long gone. In the place of heartfelt lyrics are songs about getting girls drunk, screwing in the backseat, and sixty-nining. T-Pain has a talent for writing catchy tunes, but it's wasted on songs that reinforce the worst stereotypes of black music and culture. Epiphany is a profound statement on the poor quality and embarrassing content found in mainstream urban music.



A great party album is a good thing, but this is nothing but misogynistic and disrespectful. The titles include "Tipsy," "Bartender," "Backseat Action," "Put It Down," "Yo Stomach," "Buy You a Drank," and "69" (the hook on "Tipsy": "I ain't trying to get you drunk/ I'm just trying to get you tipsy enough"). Even in "Suicide," which was intended to be a song with a message, T-Pain can't resist blaming the female. In the interlude, a female friend tells him she is HIV-positive. T-pain mocks and taunts before ending the discussion with "I love you." If this is where love has gone, the world is in pretty bad shape.






  • Tallahassee Love
  • Church featuring Teddy Verseti
  • Tipsy
  • Show U How featuring Teddy Pain & Teddy Penderazdoun
  • I Got It
  • Suicide
  • Bartender featuring Akon
  • Backseat Action featuring Shawnna
  • Put It Down featuring Ray, Teddy Penderazdoun & Teddy Verseti
  • Time Machine
  • Yo Stomach featuring Tay Dizm
  • Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')Featuring Yung Joc
  • 69 featuring J Lyriq
  • Reggae Night
  • Shottas featuring Kardinal Offishall & Cham
  • Right Hand
  • Sounds Bad
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dis album went hard but three ringz gone be better t-pain go hard

jay bka kingkong

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