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TPain releases the Nappy Boy Radio podcast

Hip Hop mogul and loved rapper T-Pain releases video podcast the Nappy Boy Radio podcast after striking a deal with PodcastOne, one of the biggest advertiser-supported podcast networks.

“Too many conversations and interactions I was having with various people kept ending in the same way with me saying, ‘Damn, we should have recorded that.’ So we decided to do just that and launch the ‘Nappy Boy Radio’ podcast,” T-Pain told Deadline, which broke the story. “Partnering with PodcastOne, a company that is talent first, was a no-brainer for us.” says T-Pain.

The show features A-list celebrities and personalities from the likes of Mike Tyson, Joe Seo from Cobra Kai (to mention afew) and they discuss the world of music, gaming, exotic cars, tech, and alcoholic beverages.

In an unforgettable hilarious first episode, T-Pain talks about re-ordering his life and the sacrifices he’s made to be at the top of his game. Mike and Pain break down the stories behind T-Pain’s number one hits, his time on the masked singer, pioneering auto-tune, life existence, his new independent music project, and so much more!

The award-winning musician became as ‘Nappy Boy’ host at imaginary Nappy Boy radio back in 2007 on the billboard track ‘Kiss Kiss’ with fellow musician Chris Brown.

“Yo, this is Nappy Boy Radio live
With your boy T-Pain, we love rap music
Listen, uh, we got a caller on line one
Caller, what’s your problem?

Hello, I’m on the radio with T-Pain….”
 
How nostalgic!

The artist recently went on Instagram Live with Mark Zuckerberg to discuss technical difficulties with IG DMs after T-Pain discovered he had a whole request folder full of unread DMs from famous people.

The unread DMs featured messages from Grammy wining actress Viola Davis, kids TV channel Nickelodeon, music platform Genius and more. 

Zuckerberg explained the reason behind the folder in question, noting that “I kinda feel like on principle, any time Rihanna sends you a message, it should go into your main inbox.”

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