T-Pain advises artists to prioritize longevity over early popularity

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T-Pain took to Twitter and gave advice to young artists. He advises them to work in depth for a reasonable period of time in music.

T-Pain has put back his costume as an advisor to the younger generation and underground artists. There is enough since he has more than 16 years of experience in the rap cultural scene. In his interviews, on Twitch, Twitter and on Instagram, the king of the autotune has always taught a more to the young generation. Last July on Twitch, he vigorously protested against the lack of originality of some budding artists who submitted their production to him. He explained that doing a track similar to the one that is in vogue will not be successful. “ You know when your shit looks like someone else’s shit, ”he begins. “You do it because you’re in the studio thinking, ‘What’s the number one record now? We have to do another one. Stop doing that ! Stop! You are not original! Give me some original stuff! He totally expressed his annoyance with this message.  “Are you telling me you were sitting there watching me tell a bitch to go fuck yourself and you thought that wasn’t original?” Are you seriously sitting here telling me that ‘eating a dick’ is the wrong part of the music? Stopped ! Do something else, fuck! Holy shit! Make different music! “

Another subject but same way of thinking

T-Pain spoke out on the facilities today to gain popularity. Like A dele and Drake who claim to be survivors of a generation, the king of autotune has warned the new generation about the frenzied pursuit of popularity. He thinks there is more important and speaks about it on Twitter on Saturday, November 27. “  The way artists are starting to believe momentary popularity is better than longevity is super disturbing and [I] really want you all to think about the future and generational wealth  ,” he tweeted. “  It’s more important than now. You have a lot of lives on your hands and a generation to start.  “, did he declare.

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