Radio

  • All genres
    • Electronic
    • R&B
    • Hip-Hop
    • Rock
Now Playing
Remy Banks , “Snowbeach”
Now Playing
Oneohtrix Point Never, “Rush”
Now Playing
Flying Lotus, “The Protest”
Now Playing
NPR Microphone Check, “J. Cole: 'It Ain't Enough Of Us Trying'”
Now Playing
iLoveMakonnen, “Swerve”
Now Playing
Lucki Eck$, “Stevie Wonder [ft. Chance the Rapper]”
Now Playing
OB OBRIEN feat. Drake and P Reign, “Schemin' Up”

T-Pain's "Up Down" Remix, with Boosie, Kid Ink, & B.O.B., Is Really an Entirely New Song

T-Pain's been going through it the past few years, despite godfathering the Autotuned warbles that dominate Southern rap—he admitted earlier this year to the New Yorker that he lost pride in himself after being openly ridiculed by his peers. But there's currently no better way to stage a comeback than hopping on a zeitgeisty DJ Mustard beat, which is exactly what he did for last year's undeniable "Up Down" with B.O.B. (complete with an incredible early-90s-Atlanta video in which T-Pain sports a flat top). Today he shares its remix, and in the true Kellsian sense of the word, it's practically a whole new song until the last minute: Mustard's original beat is stripped and slowed to an ominous grind, and there's new guest verses from Lil Boosie and Kid Ink. T-Pain's fifth album, Stoicville: The Phoenix, is due out this year.

Download: T-Pain f. Lil Boosie, Kid Ink, & B.O.B., "Up Down (Remix)"

T-Pain's "Up Down" Remix, with Boosie, Kid Ink, & B.O.B., Is Really an Entirely New Song