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Thr33 Ringz


Download links and information about Thr33 Ringz by T - Pain. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:09:06 minutes.

Artist: T - Pain
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:09:06
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No. Title Length
1. Brand New Show Skit 1:02
2. Welcome to Thr33 Ringz Intro 1:25
3. Ringleader Man 2:54
4. Chopped 'n' Skrewed (feat. Ludacris) 4:21
5. Take a Ride Skit 1:45
6. Freeze (feat. Chris Brown) 3:36
7. Blowing Up (feat. Ciara) 3:24
8. Can't Believe It (feat. Lil Wayne) 4:33
9. It Ain't Me (feat. Akon & T.I.) 3:45
10. Feed the Lions Skit 1:28
11. Therapy (feat. Kanye West) 3:34
12. Long Lap Dance 4:36
13. Lorraine Interlude 1:00
14. Reality Show (feat. Musiq, Soulchild, Raheem DeVaughn & Jay Lyriq) 4:27
15. Keep Going 2:14
16. Superstar Lady (feat. Young Cash) 3:17
17. Change (feat. Akon, Diddy & Mary J. Blige) 5:09
18. Digital (feat. Tay Dizm) 3:14
19. Karaoke (feat. DJ Khaled) 4:09
20. Dracula Skit 0:38
21. Distorted 2:24
22. Bad Side 2:35
23. Phantom 3:36



Where it once seemed that T-Pain might turn out to be nothing more than a charlatan with an Auto-Tune, Thr33 Ringz confirms his place as one of pop music’s most imaginative and idiosyncratic personalities. As a producer, T-Pain has grown to the point where his beats are now fleshed-out canvases flush with rainbow synths, vocal effects, and skittering drums. “Blowing Up,” “Superstar Lady,” and “It Ain’t Me” are chock full of charm and dazzle, but they have a fleet-footed touch that outmodes the competition. Even on seemingly pedestrian songs he tucks in little musical surprises like the a capella breakdown in “Freeze.” “Keep Going” and “Karaoke” feel like T-Pain’s attempts to prove that he can sing and rap without the Auto-Tune, but in truth, he has no reason to worry. For him the Auto-Tune isn’t so much a gimmick as it is a tool that he's used to create a fully-realized style for himself. The best songs here, “Can’t Believe It,” “Therapy,” and the truly awesome “Chopped ‘n’ Skrewed,” show T-Pain still perfecting an art that, while widely imitated, belongs wholly to him.