15 T-Pain Tracks You Remembered After the 2019 Spring Concert

Two-time Grammy award winner and musical genius T-Pain brought his talents to the University of Georgia for the annual Spring Concert on April 11. Coming off his win on the FOX singing competition television series, The Masked Singer, as the “monster”, he quickly reminded everyone that he is the auto-tune king behind sultry, inventive, and boastful R&B and hip-hop beats creating a genre he's deemed “Hard & B”. But he proved to fans that may have only heard his synthesized voice that while his vocal abilities can be automated, they are authentic as well. He’s dominated the charts with singles and collaborative efforts that have become classics and cemented his name as an influential figure in the music industry, and made the Spring Concert one to remember. Coming out of Legion Field on Thursday, you could feel the lingering excitement and nostalgia T-Pain instilled in all of us as we walked out singing the hits we thought we'd forgotten. Without some of these staple hits, some of our summers wouldn’t have been quite the same.

  1. 1. "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin)" ft. Yung Joc

  2. 2. "I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper)" ft. Mike Jones

  3. 3. "I'm Sprung" 

  4. 4. "Bartender" ft. Akon

  5. 5. "Good Life" (Kanye West ft. T-Pain)

  6. 6. "Up-Down (Do This All Day)" ft. B.o.B

  7. 7. "Can't Believe It" ft. Lil Wayne

  8. 8. "Low" (Flo Rida ft. T-Pain)

  9. 9. "All I Do Is Win" (DJ Khaled ft. T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross)

  10. 10. "Blame It" (Jamie Foxx ft. T-Pain)

  11. 11. "Go Hard" (Remix) (Jay-Z ft. Kanye West & T-Pain)

  12. 12. "Kiss Kiss" (Chris Brown ft. T-Pain)

  13. 13. "Chopped N Skrewed" (ft. Ludacris)

  14. 14. "Freeze" ft. Chris Brown

  15. 15. "5 O'Clock" (ft. Wiz Khalifa & Lily Allen)

And this list is just a small portion of T-Pain’s wide discography not including other hits, remixes he's created to other artists' songs, and writing credits. The hope is that you left the Spring Concert appreciating a comeback that ends up feeling like welcoming an old friend home to the head of the table as a hit maker.