In between providing hilarious Game of Thrones commentary, supplying yearbook quotes, and acoustic concerts, T-Pain seems to be hatching a plan if his tweets from February are any indication. That series of tweets featured T-Pain explaining that Oblivion was originally a mixtape that the label decided to flip into a proper, studio album. And apparently, 2012’s independently released Stoic is not the same thing as Stoicville: The Phoenix.
“OBLiViON is the club,” T-Pain tweeted. “#Topsy is for the classic Pain with the new sound. #Stoicville is a short movie. This year is gonna be lit.”
Three projects in one year—including one of which is a short movie? That would indeed be lit and run counter to Pain’s release schedule from the last few years. Thus far T-Pain has release “Dan Bilzerian,” “F.B.G.M.” and the Blac Youngsta-assisted “Goal Line.” Per T-Pain, the latter is slated as his lead single with a video reportedly in the works.