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Najm at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards
Background information
Birth nameFaheem Rasheed Najm
Also known as
  • Teddy Penderazdoun
  • Teddy Verseti
Born (1985-09-30) September 30, 1985 (age 34)
Tallahassee, Florida, U.S.
  • Vocals
  • keyboards
  • drums
Years active2004–present
Associated acts

Faheem Rasheed Najm (born September 30, 1985),[1] 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. His third album, Thr33 Ringz, was released in 2008. The albums included a string of hit singles, including "I'm Sprung", "I'm 'n Luv (Wit a Stripper)", "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')", "Bartender", "Can't Believe It", and "5 O'Clock", among others. T-Pain has earned two Grammy Awards, alongside artists Kanye West and Jamie Foxx respectively.

T-Pain is the founder of the record label imprint Nappy Boy Entertainment, established in 2005. Throughout his career as a singer, T-Pain is best known for using and popularizing the creative use of the Auto-Tune pitch correction effect, used with extreme parameter settings to create distinctive vocal sounds. From 2006 to 2010, T-Pain was featured on more than 50 chart topping singles. His most successful feature to date was on Flo Rida's debut single "Low", which has since been certified 6x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Early life

Najm was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida.[2] His stage name is short for "Tallahassee Pain", and was chosen because of the hardships he experienced while living there. Najm was brought up in a Muslim household, but he has expressed his lack of interest in the concept of religion.[3][4] At just three years old he got his first taste of the music business when a friend of the family, gospel jazz artist/producer Ben Tankard, allowed him to spend time and "twist the knobs" at his recording studio. At age ten, Najm turned his bedroom into a music studio, using a keyboard, a beat machine and a four-track recorder.[5][6]


2004–2006: Early career and Rappa Ternt Sanga

T-Pain joined the rap group Nappy Headz in 2004 and later recorded "I'm Fucked Up", a cover version of Akon's single "Locked Up". Akon eventually came across the song and immediately offered him a deal to his label, Konvict Muzik.[7][8] While T-Pain was offered other record deals, with the highest bidding being US$900,000, Akon promised the young artist fruitful and lucrative future in the industry.[9] After being discovered, T-Pain began singing instead of rapping, and subsequently recorded and released his debut album, Rappa Ternt Sanga, on December 6, 2005.[2] The album reached number thirty-three on the Billboard 200, and has since been certified Gold by the RIAA, for reaching sales of 500,000 units.

The album was preceded by the lead single, "I'm Sprung", which was released in August 2005 and reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and number nine on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The second single, "I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper)", featuring Mike Jones, was released in December 2005 and reached number five on the Hot 100[10] and number ten on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The third and final single from the album, "Studio Luv", was released in October 2006 but failed to chart.

2007–2008: Epiphany

T-Pain performing at the 2007 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert.
T-Pain performing at the 2007 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert.

In mid-2006, T-Pain began work on his second album, now with the Zomba Label Group as well as Konvict Muzik and Jive Records. The album, titled Epiphany, was released on June 5, 2007. The album sold 171,000 records in its first week, reaching number one on the Billboard 200.[11] The record has since sold 819,000 records in the United States.[12]

The album was preceded by the lead single "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')" featuring Yung Joc in February 2007. The single reached number one on both the Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, becoming his first single to top charts. The album's second single, "Bartender", featuring Akon was released in June 2007 and reached number five on the Hot 100 and number nine on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The third and final single from the album, "Church", was released in October 2007 but failed to chart in the United States.

Speaking in May 2007 to noted UK R&B writer Pete Lewis, of the award-winning Blues & Soul about his reason for naming his second album 'Epiphany', T-Pain stated: "One of the two dictionary meanings of epiphany is 'a sudden moment of insight or revelation'. And to me the title 'Epiphany' signifies the moment I realized that, to make the best music I can, I needed to just go in the studio and be myself, and not concentrate so hard on following other people's formulas."[13]

While promoting his second album, T-Pain made guest appearances on multiple songs by other artists. T-Pain was featured on "I'm a Flirt" (remix) by R. Kelly with T.I., "Outta My System" by Bow Wow, "Baby Don't Go" by Fabolous, "I'm So Hood" by DJ Khaled with many other rappers, "Shawty" by Plies, "Kiss Kiss" by Chris Brown, "Low" by Flo Rida, and "Good Life" by Kanye West.[14] In two weeks in late 2007, T-Pain was featured on four top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart[15]

"Good Life" with Kanye West later won the BET Award for Best Collaboration and was nominated in several other categories.[16][17] In 2008, the single won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song.[18]

2007–2009: Thr33 Ringz

In 2007, T-Pain began work on his third album with Rocco Valdes, Akon and Lil Wayne. The album was also his first under his Nappy Boy Entertainment. T-Pain's third studio album, Thr33 Ringz, was released on November 11, 2008.[19] The album sold 168,000 records in its first week, reaching number four on the Billboard 200. A mixtape, Pr33 Ringz, was released in early 2008 before the album.

The album was preceded by three singles. Its lead single, "Can't Believe It", featuring Lil Wayne, was released in July 2008. The single reached number seven on the Hot 100 and number two on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The album's second single, "Chopped 'N' Skrewed", featuring Ludacris, was released in September 2008. The single reached number twenty-seven on the Hot 100 and number three on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The third and final single from the album, "Freeze", featuring Chris Brown, was released in October 2008 and reached number thirty-eight on the Hot 100 and number thirty-nine on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Guest appearances on Thr33 Ringz included T.I., Lil Wayne, Ludacris, DJ Khaled, Ciara, Chris Brown and Kanye West among others.[20] Pr33 Ringz was the introduction mixtape for the album.

T-Pain at General Motors Place concert in Vancouver, British Columbia in January 2009.
T-Pain at General Motors Place concert in Vancouver, British Columbia in January 2009.

In 2008, T-Pain continued to appear on numerous rap singles, such as "She Got It" by 2 Pistols, "Go Girl" by Ciara, "The Boss" by Rick Ross, "Cash Flow" by Ace Hood, "Shawty Get Loose" by Lil Mama, "One More Drink" by Ludacris, and "Go Hard" by DJ Khaled with Kanye West. T-Pain and Ludacris collaborated to perform "Chopped 'N' Skrewed" and "One More Drink" on American late-night television programs Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC in November 2008 and on NBC's Saturday Night Live in the same month. T-Pain appeared again on SNL in February 2009 (on the episode hosted by Bradley Cooper with musical guest TV on the Radio) in the SNL Digital Short. T-Pain also supported the album in 2009 with his Thr33 Ringz Tour, which included sold-out shows across North America. T-Pain and rapper Lil Wayne formed the duo T-Wayne in 2008.[21] The duo released a self-titled mixtape in late 2008; it charted on the Billboard 200 in January 2009.[22] Their debut album was going to be released in 2009, but never was.[23]

2009–2012: RevolveR

He collaborated with country pop singer Taylor Swift for the CMT Music Awards, and performed "Thug Story", a parody of Swift's hit single "Love Story".[24] In an interview with MTV, T-Pain announced that he would release his fourth studio album in November 2009 and that its title was UBER.[25] He stated that although he originally wanted to release the album in the summer of 2010, his label had pushed the release forward. Regardless of these announcements, the album wasn't released in 2009. An iPhone application called "I Am T-Pain" features an auto tuner, allowing fans to record and modify their own voice to accompany an instrumental collection of T-Pain's music. It was released in September 2009.[26] In July 2009, T-Pain endorsed the 2009 T-Pain Killa Cam-Pain, a grassroots effort to help him become elected as president of Florida State University.[27]

In November 2009, T-Pain released the first single from his fourth studio album, "Take Your Shirt Off".[28] The single only managed to reach number eighty on the Hot 100, and was later dubbed a promotional single. Later, in February 2010, he released the official lead single from his fourth studio album, "Reverse Cowgirl", featuring Young Jeezy.[29] He later release an updated version of the song excluding Young Jeezy's verse and adding a new bridge. The single reached number seventy-five on the Hot 100 and number sixty-four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, becoming a mild hit. The single has since been dubbed a promotional single. T-Pain was later featured on the "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" single in February 2010, which reached number two on the Hot 100.[30] In March 2010, T-Pain developed and starred in Cartoon Network's Adult Swim animated musical special, Freaknik: The Musical.[31]

T-Pain released a Nappy Boy mixtape in February 2010 called T-Pain Presents: Nappy Boy All Stars Vol.1 which contained remixes to songs, including "Forever" by Drake.[32] On May 5, 2011 he announced a mixtape called prEVOLVEr, serving as a predecessor to his album.[33] The mixtape including collaborations from artists such as Lil Wayne and Field Mob. In June 2010, T-Pain confirmed that his fourth studio album RevolveR has been completed and mastered, but that it will not be released until album sales increase.[34] He elaborated upon this in August 2010, stating that the album probably wouldn't be released until 2011. T-Pain's first feature film, Lottery Ticket, was released on August 20, 2010.[35] In October 2010, T-Pain release his third promotional single, "Rap Song". The song charted poorly, peaking at 89 on the Hot 100.

T-Pain was featured on the hit single "All I Do Is Win" by DJ Khaled, along with the remix.[36] He featured on Wisin & Yandel's single "Imaginate" and Bun B's single "Trillionaire."[37][38] In the last two quarters of 2010, he was featured on hit singles like Pitbull's "Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)" and Nelly's "Move That Body." He was also featured on another single by Wisin & Yandel along with rapper 50 Cent called "No Dejemos Que Se Apague." The last two single's T-Pain were featured on in 2010 were the official Remixes to Black & Yellow by rapper Wiz Khalifa and Loving You No More.

T-Pain was featured on the first single by DJ Khaled called "Welcome To My Hood" off his new album We the Best Forever. The song featured him along with Rick Ross, Plies, and Lil Wayne. He is also expected to be featured on albums such as Drake's Take Care, Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV, Tech N9ne's All 6s and 7s, and many more. A new toy called "iAm T-Pain Microphone" will make its way to stores everywhere in 2011, at the price of $39.99.[citation needed] On January 29, 2011, T-Pain was featured on Italian DJ Benny Benassi's song "Electroman", released as the third single in the album of the same name.[39] In January, JRandall released a single, "Can't Sleep", featuring T-Pain. On March 22, 2011 the next single from RevolveЯ will be released titled "Best Love Song" and features American singer Chris Brown.[40] On his Twitter he stated that he would release his prEVOLVEЯ mixtape when he gets 500,000 followers and release his album RevolveЯ when he gets 1,000,000 followers.[41] Also in 2011, he gave another cameo to an Adult Swim show; this time, he appeared on the sixth-season premiere of Squidbillies, performing a version of the theme song in addition to the original song "(I Like) Drivin' In My Truck" with Unknown Hinson released in 2012 as part of the free digital album "The Squidbillies Present: Music For Americans Only Made by Americans in China for Americans Only God Bless America, U.S.A." on the Adult Swim Music website.[42]

On October 7, RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding Jive Records along with Arista Records and J Records. With the shutdown, T-Pain (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) will release his future material (including RevolveЯ) on the RCA Records brand.[43][44] The album RevolveЯ was eventually released in December 2011, alongside the transatlantic Top 10 single "5 O'Clock", which samples UK songstress Lily Allen and features Wiz Khalifa.[45]

2013–2017: Oblivion

On April 1, 2013, after the announcement of T-Pain cutting off his signature dreads, he announced the title of his fifth studio album, then entitled Stoicville: The Phoenix stating, "To me, a Phoenix represents new beginnings. A new era, a new life, I'm rising from the ashes."[46] Prior to releasing his fifth studio album, he released T-Pain Presents Happy Hour, a greatest hits compilation. Its first single, "Up Down (Do This All Day)", produced by DJ Mustard and featuring B.o.B, was officially released on August 13, 2013.[47] The song peaked at number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100. The second single "Drankin Patna" was released a year later on July 21, 2014.[48] On November 7, 2014, T-Pain premiered the intro/title track off of Stoicville.[49] On November 21, 2014 T-Pain premiered "Coming Home" as the first promotional single in support of Stoicville and made it available for free on his official website.[50]

On June 8, 2015, T-Pain released a song titled "Make That Shit Work" featuring Juicy J.[51] Following another delay, T-Pain confirmed the album was still on its way, missing its 11 December expected release date to further delay. On December 9, 2015, to mark the one-year anniversary of the most popular Tiny Desk Concert ever and the 10th anniversary of his debut album, Rappa Ternt Sanga, T-Pain performed a short set of classics, both his own and others', and a brand new, never before heard song titled "Officially Yours".[52]

On October 27, 2016, T-Pain premiered "Dan Bilzerian" featuring Lil Yachty.[53] He worked with Bruno Mars on his third studio album, 24K Magic, as one of the writers on the track "Straight Up & Down".[54]

After teasing the release of a shelved collaboration project with Lil Wayne, T-Wayne was released on May 18, 2017 via T-Pain's SoundCloud for streaming and free digital download.[55][56] It consists of eight tracks recorded in 2009 described as "lost demos".[57] In 2017, he collaborated with Italian rappers J-Ax and Fedez for the single "Senza pagare", from the album Comunisti col Rolex.[58] After numerous delays and project name changes, T-Pain's fifth album Oblivion was released November 17, 2017.

2019: 1UP

On February 27, 2019, the same day T-Pain was revealed to be the winner of the first US season of The Masked Singer, he released a surprise new album titled 1UP and announced a new U.S. tour in support of it.[59][60][61] He hosted the iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14.[62]

Other ventures

Phone app

On September 24, 2009, T-Pain joined with iPhone app creator Smule to create a new app entitled "I Am T-Pain" to allow people to use his style of Auto-Tune in karaoke; it was released the following day.[63]

Film and television

In May 2009, T-Pain made an appearance on a live-action episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force as Frylock, where he made his debut as an actor.[64] In late 2009, T-Pain developed a concept to create an animated television special, Freaknik: The Musical, which he submitted to Adult Swim. It premiered on March 7, 2010 and features many guest celebrities such as Lil Wayne, Young Ca$h, Snoop Dogg, Sophia Fresh, Rick Ross, Andy Samberg and Charlie Murphy.

T-Pain made his cinema acting debut in the comedy film Lottery Ticket as a liquor store clerk.[65]

In November 2016, T-Pain also appeared in an episode of the YouTube series Epic Rap Battles of History as American singer Stevie Wonder.[66]

T-Pain was the champion of the first season of the Fox reality music competition The Masked Singer, as the Monster.[67]

Musical style

He has called his style of music "Hard & B".[68] T-Pain uses Auto-Tune, a pitch-correcting audio processor, for his vocals. Music critic Andy Kellman compared T-Pain's singing style to that of Cher in her 1998 hit "Believe", in which Cher used voice enhancements.[69] In response to Jay-Z's single "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)", T-Pain stated that he would still use the method.[25] T-Pain's use of Auto-Tune substantially influenced hip hop, including Snoop Dogg's single "Sexual Eruption",[70] Lil Wayne's single "Lollipop",[71] and Kanye West's album 808s & Heartbreak.[72] In November 2008, T-Pain demanded credit from other artists who used Auto-Tune.[73]

T-Pain also uses the software GarageBand and Logic Pro to produce his own beats.[74]

Personal life

T-Pain has been married to Amber Najm since 2003. They have three children: daughter Lyriq and sons Muziq and Kaydnz Kodah (born May 2009).[75][76]

On March 27, 2009, T-Pain was involved in a golf cart accident, the same day he was due for a music video shoot for Lil' Kim's "Download" song. He suffered cuts, bruises, and four missing teeth and had emergency dental work done. He returned to performing two days later.[77]

On April 1, 2013, T-Pain revealed that he had cut off his iconic dreadlocks, stating "We must all learn to adjust with our surroundings. Those who get stuck doing the same things for too long are bound to get left behind the strong who press on & reinvent themselves. Also good news hair grows back."[78]

On August 30, 2016, T-Pain's niece, Javona Glover, was stabbed to death in a local Walgreens store in his hometown, Tallahassee, Florida. The investigation is underway.[79]

He is an avid gamer who regularly streams on Twitch.[80] He has many tattoos, some of which are internet memes or otherwise Internet related.[81][82]

On April 21, 2017, The Tufts Daily reported that T-Pain – who had been scheduled to headline Tufts University's annual Spring Fling concert since October 2016 – had cancelled his appearance just nine days before he was due to perform, citing a "personal obligation that cannot be avoided."[83] According to the same report, the impetus for the cancellation was his son's birthday.[83] Tinashe replaced T-Pain as the headliner, while Metro Boomin was recruited to fill out the roster of performers.[83]

Legal issues

  • On April 28, 2007, T-Pain refused to shorten his performance at Radio One's Spring Fest Concert in Miami, which caused police presence to escalate backstage. He became agitated after concert officials stopped his performance of "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')". Police chased him and his entourage out of the premises and detained them.[84]
  • In June 2007, a warrant was issued for T-Pain's arrest for driving with a suspended license. He subsequently turned himself in to the Leon County Jail on November 2, 2007. He was held without bail but was released three hours later.[85]


Studio albums


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Freaknik: The Musical The Ghost of Freaknik Past (voice)
2010 Lottery Ticket Junior
2015 Furious 7 Himself
2016 The Boss Himself
2016 Ghostmates Himself
Year Title Role Notes
2008 BET Hip Hop Awards Host
2008 MTV Cribs
2008 Saturday Night Live Musical Guest Episode: "Tim McGraw/Ludacris & T-Pain"
2009 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Frylock (live-action) Episode: "Last Last One Forever and Ever"
2009 CMT Music Awards Himself
2009 Robot Chicken Roadblock/Lil' Jen (voice) Episode: "The Ramblings of Maurice"
2011–2013 The Cleveland Show Theodore (voice) 6 episodes
2011 Squidbillies Himself (voice) Episode: "Asbestos I Can"
2012 Behind the Music
2013–2016 The Eric André Show Himself 2 episodes
2014 Celebrities Undercover
2015 Wild 'n Out
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself Episode: "T-Pain Wears Shredded Jeans and a Printed Shirt"
2016 Epic Rap Battles of History Stevie Wonder Web series, Wonder Woman vs. Stevie Wonder
2018 We Bare Bears Himself (voice) Episode: "The Limo"
2019 The Masked Singer Monster/Himself Season 1 winner

Awards and nominations

  • American Music Awards
    • 2007, Favorite Male Artist [Nominated][86]
  • BET Awards
    • 2009, Best Male R&B Artist (Nominated)
    • 2009, Best Collaboration ("Blame It") with Jamie Foxx (Won)
    • 2009, Viewer's Choice ("Can't Believe It") with Lil Wayne (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Collaboration ("Kiss Kiss") with Chris Brown (Nominated)[17]
    • 2008, Best Collaboration ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)[17]
    • 2008, Viewer's Choice ("Kiss Kiss") with Chris Brown (Nominated)[17]
    • 2008, Best Collaboration ("Good Life") with Kanye West (Won)[16]
    • 2008, Video of the Year ("Good Life") with Kanye West (Nominated)[17]
  • BET Hip Hop Awards[citation needed]
    • 2009. Producer of the Year (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Ringtone ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Hip-Hop Video ("Good Life") with Kanye West (Won)
    • 2008, Best Hip-Hop Collabo ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Hip-Hop Collabo ("Good Life") with Kanye West (Nominated)
    • 2008, Track of the Year ("Good Life") with Kanye West (Nominated)
  • BMI Urban Awards[citation needed]
  • Grammy Awards
Year Nominee / work Award Result
2008[18] "Bartender" (featuring Akon) Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
"Good Life" (with Kanye West) Best Rap Song Won
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
"Kiss Kiss" (with Chris Brown) Nominated
2009 "Got Money" (with Lil Wayne) Nominated
"Low" (with Flo Rida) Nominated
Best Rap Song Nominated
Tha Carter III (as featured artist & producer) Album of the Year Nominated
2010 "I'm on a Boat" (with The Lonely Island) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
"Blame It" (with Jamie Foxx) Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Won
Best R&B Song Nominated
Thr33 Ringz Best Contemporary R&B Album Nominated
  • Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards
    • 2009, Favorite Male Singer (Nominated)
  • Ozone Music Awards[citation needed]
    • 2008, TJ's DJ's Hustler of the Year (Nominated)
    • 2008, Club Banger of the Year ("I'm So Hood") with DJ Khaled, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, & Plies (Nominated)
    • 2008, Club Banger of the Year ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Rap/R&B Collaboration ("She Got It") with 2 Pistols & Tay Dizm (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best R&B Artist (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best TJ's DJ's Tastemaker Award (Won)
    • 2007, Best Male R&B Artist (Won)
    • 2007, Best Rap/R&B Collaboration ("Shawty") with Plies (Won)
    • 2007: Best Rap/R&B Collaboration ("Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')") with Yung Joc (Nominated)
    • 2006, Best Rap/R&B Collaboration ("I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper) (Remix)" with Twista, Pimp C, Paul Wall, R. Kelly, MJG, and Too Short) (Won)
  • MTV Video Music Award
    • 2008, Best Hip-Hop Video ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)
    • 2008, Best Male Video ("Low") with Flo Rida (Nominated)
    • 2007, Monster Single of the Year ("Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin)"), featuring Yung Joc (Nominated)
  • People's Choice Awards
  • Teen Choice Awards
    • 2008, Choice Hook-Up: Flo Rida Featuring T-Pain, "Low" (Nominated)
    • 2008, Choice Music: R&B Artist – T-Pain (Nominated)
    • 2008, Choice Music: Rap/Hip-Hop Track – Lil Mama featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain, "Shawty Get Loose" (Won)
  • Vibe Awards
    • 2007, Best R&B Artist (Nominated)
    • 2007, Best Collaboration ("Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin)") with Yung Joc (Nominated)
    • 2007, Song of the Year ("Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin)") with Yung Joc (Won)
  • Brit Asia TV Music Awards
    • 2014, Best Music Video ("Daddy Da Cash" by RDB feat. T-Pain) (Won)[87]


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