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A Look At T-Pain’s Genius Marketing Prowess

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T-Pain may have came into the R & B game as a straightforward singer (with a dash of autotune peppered in, of course), but he’s rapidly involved into one of the most interesting musicians in the game – even if he seldom puts out new music. He just released his new project Everything Must Go (Vol. 1)  with some clever marketing that makes his commitment to being the most idiosyncratic individual in the room clear. He announced the surprise project with a hilarious new commercial filled with the type of cheesy, amateurish aesthetic that makes local car ads so good.

This is far from T-Pain’s first foray into commercial hilarity. Take a look at our five favorite T-Pain marketing gimmicks.

5. Ringleader

After T-Pain’s sophomore album Epiphany, the Tallahassee, FL-native reinvented himself as the leader of R & B and hip-hop’s circus. His third album Thr33 Ringz was dominated by this aesthetic; the road to its release consisted of the concept blasted to the public through singles “Can’t Believe It” and “Chopped And Screwed” in the form of outlandish circus-themed music videos. He’s still continuing with this aesthetic today.

4. Wiscansin University

“I can put you in a log cabin, somewhere out in Wiscansin” were the famous words that transcended T-Pain’s “Can’t Believe It” in 2008. A decade later, the fictional locale has received new life through the singer launching a new website for Wiscansin University to celebrate the arrival of new merch.

3. Navigational Voice Option On Waze

T-Pain doesn’t even have to be promoting anything to be a marketing genius. Sometimes he just helps other people and companies with their products. In 2016, T-Pain was an optional navigational voice for the Waze driving app. Why anyone would actually want to listen to him while driving is beyond me.

2. Rapping wrapping paper (Say that three times fast)

Even during the holidays, you can always count on T-Pain to deliver some heat. Last Christmas, Pain teamed up with Atlanta-based ad agency, Moxie, to create new wrapping paper that utilizes augmented reality. The extended explanation for it can be found here.

  1.  Revealing correct lyrics

https://twitter.com/TPAIN/status/935932415616405504

It’s probably the autotune that has made T-Pain’s lyrics, throughout his career, a little more digestible to swallow on occasions. Two songs that really irked the world’s nerves were “Buy You A Drank” and “All I Do Is Win,” featuring widely debated lyrics for years. T-Pain cleared up the air and explained what was right and was wrong on Twitter last November.

 

 

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Daily Mumble Magazine Poised To Make Massive Moves In 2021

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Daily Mumble is an American media and entertainment company based in Atlanta for youth culture which was founded as a bi-monthly magazine Daily Mumble by CEO and Founder Tonian Brown known as Morelifedad in January of 2020. The viral new platform reports on various pop culture topics ranging from best new music, noted rappers list, movies, and even sports. Daily Mumble reached over half a million unique users per month in early 2020. These impressions came across all of its owned and operated and partner sites, socials, and YouTube channels. The print magazine ceased publication with the first issue in February 2020.

Daily Mumble has been named by Business Insider as one of the Most Valuable Startups in Atlanta, and Most Valuable Private Companies in the World. Daily Mumble is now under the umbrella of Complex Networks.

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Daily Mumble is similar to Complex NetworksXXL, and The Fader

History

Daily Mumble was established in 2020 by the founder and CEO of the 2026 Music Group record label Tonian Brown. . As a print magazine aimed at providing the hip hop culture a report of the latest news, music, shows, and noted rappers without regard to race. The name Daily Mumble came about by developed to promote Hall Jr 2026 and the record label founded by both of the brothers. Website: Daily Mumble was an idea that was designed to create a youth magazine that supports notable rapper’s accomplishments with combined hip hop news and sports.

Annual Noted Rappers List

Lil WaynePost MaloneFutureLil BabyHall Jr 2026Young Thug,

Blazer BarbozaYoung DolphGunnaKevin GatesDaBabyYoungBoy Never Broke Again,

Lil DurkMeek MillKodak BlackYWN MellyRoddy Ricch

Website: https://www.dailymumble.com/home

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Baby Money drops ‘Speak On Me’

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Baby Money drops his new track, “Speak On Me,” and it an energetic declaration of riches. Sitting on some bleachers, Baby Money shows off his riches while showing that he can rap with the best of them. It’s a difficult feat, but he pulls it off effortlessly.

Watch “Speak On Me” below.

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Keloyay makes boss moves in “Make A Play”

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Keloyaya moves like a boss in “Make A Play.” He shows off what comes with this life of luxury as we see the houses and the cars that make his life a thrilling good time. He brings boastful raps that bring you right into the thrill of what he’s saying.

Watch the video for “Make A Play” below.

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