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T-Pain Net Worth

T-Pain Net Worth

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T-Pain Net Worth:
$35 Million

Birth date: September 30, 1985
Birth place: Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Rapper, Dancer
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Amber Najm (m. 2003)

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Autotune was declared dead on arrival by Hip Hop living legend Jay Z but Tpain perhaps resurrecting it once more. Faheem Rasheed Najm a Florida native who made millions from utilizing the pitch correcting impact on tons of singles continues to bring in millions from previous successes. Since his introduction with “I’m Sprung” T Pain has sold over 3 million records and 11 million singles globally. His net worth now is $40 million.

Tpain Net Worth $35 Million

T-Pain’s mix of rap lyrics with singing captured the eye of music’s brightest stars who flocked to Pain paying him over $100K to compose and be featured on tunes. T-Pain also made over $1 million making and composing Florida’s Low. In fourteen days in late 2007, T Pain was featured on four top ten singles in the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

T Pain went to continue success as a lead artist along with his sophomore record Epiphany selling over 1 million copies globally. In 2008 T-Pain worked with Lil Wayne to the lead single can not Believe It for Three Ringz. On September 24, 2009 T Pain joined up using the iPhone business to make a fresh program entitled “I’m T-Pain” to enable visitors to make use of his style of Autotune in karaoke, it had been released that following day. On April 1, 2013 after the statement of T Pain cutting off his signature dreadlocks, he declared the name of his fifth studio album entitled Stoicville: The Phoenix.

The T in T-Pain stands for Tallahassee the birthplace of one of rap’s most famous hit makers. His love of music started when he was presented to the studio with a relative who had been a Jazz musician. It lead to an insatiable want to create and blend sounds turning them into artwork. His parents bought him a turn table, stereo and mic and he turned his bedroom into a studio. Akon CEO of Konvict music instantly put in place a meeting with T Pain and heard several first tracks he made.

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