Fly Visual: Tiffany Evans – “All I Want”

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Tiffany Evans has released the video for her original Christmas song, “All I Want,” which was filmed in Atlanta.

“Christmas is one of my favorite holidays. To me, it’s a celebration of Jesus’ love for the world. I enjoy spending time with those I hold close — my family and friends,” says Evans.

This week, Evans visited TV One‘s Sister Circle Live to reveal she is working on a new project that will be executive produced by her mentor T-Pain.

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New Music: Chris Brown, T.I., T-Pain, Mariah Carey & Remy Ma

Always working hard in the studio, Chris Brown delivers a new mid-tempo tune titled “Privacy” from his upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. 

Take a listen above and explore the bedroom with Breezy.


T-Pain Tags Lil Yachty For The New Anthem “Dan Bilzerian” [New Music]

T-Pain has just released “Dan Bilzerian,” a new collaborative single with Lil Yachty. Named after the professional poker player, the single was premiered live worldwide moments ago by Zane Lowe on Beats 1. Dan Bilzerian is the first track from T-Pain’s new upcoming full length project.

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Chris Brown feat. T-Pain – “Bring It Back” [New Music]

Chris Brown and T-Pain hit the strip club and turn things up a bit a new track entitled “Bring It Back.”

In the song, Pain talks about having money in bank, while Breezy is looking for more skin so he can throw more 50s.


And homie, you ain’t even gotta ask, you know I ball
Every time I hit the mall, I want it all
Somebody gon’ give me a whole 200 and tell the DJ bring it back


And if she show a little more skin, I throw more 50s
And I see she got that bad, off that Henny and that ‘tron
You talking ’bout that money, boy I bought my money long

Take a listen above.


T-Pain Takes The Ty-Lite Case To Another Level In “Look At Me”



After debuting his new track “Look at Me” last week online and via a live sold-out NYC audience, T-Pain returns this week with visuals to this quickly heating banger.


T-Pain Talks Selfie Game with “Look At Me”

T-Pain takes a look at selfie culture with his brand new track “Look at Me.”

Pain says:

Selfies can be pretty sexy but this song is about those irritating ass selfie videos that girls do where they just stare at the camera not saying anything. 

T-Pain gave a lucky sold out audience first listen last night as he performed it for the first time ever at his headlining Converse Rubber Tracks concert at Brooklyn, NY’s Music Hall of Williamsburg

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SFPL Music: MC K. Michelle? Singer flips the script and drops bars with T-Pain on “Mindful”


More Issues Than Vogue is on the way but first, K. Michelle has some feelings to get off her chest with a few rap bars in tow, and she’s loaded and ready to rumble.

With some assistance from Tallahassee’s own, T-Pain, the songstress stands firm with a strong 16 or more infused with an “uptown funk” clap, as she gets a few point across.

Who the f**k
Told y’all hoes to open up?
Cut-that’s enough!
I’m comin’ straight from the gut
I ain’t playin, who dat?
Hold up
Tell that bitch to move back!
Slow up!

It’s clear that she’s not playing around this time.

Check it out below:

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Watch: Brands Tap A Slew of Celebrities For Super Bowl 50 Commercials


A host of brands have tapped into some serious star power for their Super Bowl 50 spots. From comedians, to musicians, actors, and athletes there is no shortage of familiar faces in this year’s Super Bowl ads.

T-Mobile has recruited Drake, BMW brought on Serena Williams, Tony Hawk, and T-Pain, Hyundai tapped Ryan Reynolds and Kevin Hart and the list goes on. You can check out the spots of Mini USA, T-Mobile, Bud Light, Hyundai, Budweiser, Skittles, Squarespace, Taco Bell, and Amazon ahead of them airing during this Sunday’s Super Bowl 50.

Mini USA – Defy Labels

BMW’s brand has chosen to dub their ad “Defy Labels” and features Serena Williams, Tony Hawk, T-Pain, and a few other athletes and actors. The spot sends the message that labels only serve to box you in and can easily be broken.

T-Mobile – Restricted Bling

T-Mobile tapped Drake for their ad which plays out on the set of his “Hotline Bling” video as other carriers offer notes on making some changes to his lyrics. The ad serves to highlight the service restrictions of the other carriers and the simplicity of T-Mobile.

Hyundai – Ryanville & First Date

The automotive brand will be airing three different spots during Sunday’s game. One of the spots features actor Ryan Reynolds for the Hyundai Elantra and the other features comedian Kevin Hart for the Hyundai Genesis.

Budweiser USA – Give A Damn

Budweiser recruited actress Helen Mirren for a drunk driving PSA that is unlike what we’re used to.

Bud Light – The Bud Light Party

This year’s Bud Light ad aims to unite beer drinkers everywhere. Starring Amy Schumer and Seth Rogan as the leaders of the Bud Light Party the goal is for America focus on what unites us rather than what divides. The ad also features actors Paul Rudd and Michael Peña.

Skittles – The Portrait

Steven Tyler stars in Skittles Super Bowl 50 spot which features a singing portrait made from the rainbow colored candies in the likeness of Tyler of course.

Taco Bell – Super Secret Commercial

Taco Bell is set to unveil a new product that’s being added to its menus, but they’re keeping it so under wraps that not even their commercial’s star, James Harden know’s what it is.

Squarespace – Real Talk

Fans said goodbye to comedic duo Key & Peele a few months back with the finale of their Comedy Central show. Thanks to Squarespace we get to see these two in action once again plus the two comedians will be providing live commentary during Sunday’s game. You will be able to catch their commentary over at

Amazon – Cheese Footballs

Amazon will be airing a spot promoting their new handsfree and voice controlled speaker Amazon Echo. Alec Baldwin stars in the campaign which comes with it’s own website and features more videos of Baldwin making use of the Amazon Echo as he preps for game day.

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That Boy Can Sang: T-Pain Covers Sam Cooke’s “Change Is Gonna Come” and more with NPR Music [Video]

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of T-Pain’s debut album, Rappa Ternt Sanga, the talented musician has once again joined forces with NPR Music for a special live performance.

Filmed at NPR’s Washington, D.C. headquarters last month; the intimate live performance shows T-Pain belting out some of his biggest hits, his new single “Officially Yours” and an amazing cover of Sam Cooke’s “Change Is Gonna Come,” which he dedicated to his father.

Check it out below:

More of T-Pain on NPR Music HERE.

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Last Night In NYC: Global Spin Awards with Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, Timbaland and More


Entertainment heavy hitters gathered at The Fourth Annual Global Spin Awards last night to celebrate and honor the most dynamic and talented DJ’s around the world, both past and present. Special guests ranged from host Swizz Beatz, Mark Ronson, Alicia Keys, Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr, 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign, T-Pain, Jonathan Cheban, Timbaland and more.

Afrikaa Bambaataa “The God Father” of Hip-Hop and innovative spin master, Mark Ronson, were both honored at this year’s show for The Lifetime Achievement and Breaking Barriers awards, for their accomplishments, passion and all around influence on the art of DJ’ing.

The Global Spin Award show will air on REVOLT TV on November 24, 2015 at 8pm EST/ 5pm PST.

Photo Credit: Global Spin Awards 

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