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GlobalGrind had a quick interview with the "Nappy Boy" himself, who said he didn't want to do a pre-recorded version of the Anthem.

T-Pain thinks that Kanye West could be harming the quality of his sound by incorrectly using auto-tune. With his catalogue, T-Pain has become Mr. Auto-tune…

Auto-tune afficianado T-Pain has been in a war of words with another soldier of auto-tune. He and Future haven’t had the most pleasant things to…

The original hip hop king of Auto-Tune T-Pain (Roger Troutman was the originator) offered his opinion of Future during a recent interview with Hartford, Connecticut’s Hot 93.7. While Pain gives Future props and says he’s a great songwriter, he also said he doesn’t believe the ATL rapper knows how to properly use Auto-Tune. “I don’t […]

The man single-handedly responsible for the music industry’s obsessive trend of using machine-assisted vocals on their tracks has done the unthinkable and swore off the very thing that made him famous. T-Pain has vowed to never use Auto-Tune again, according to a statement published on Allhiphop.com. “I vow right here, right now, to never use […]

Has T-Pain come around to Jay-Z's way of thinking in wanting to kill off Auto-Tune? The artist, who made it big with his use of the vocoder, recently arrived at a party in a customized hearse blaring the Jiggaman's "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)." Inside the coffin were Pain's signature top hat, grills and iced out "Big Ass Chain" necklace. <!--more-->