Anybody listen to T-PAINN!!!??

<p>Go to youtube and type in "take your shirt off" </p>

<p>ITSSS HOOTTT!!! This song was featured in the newly released Step up 3 if you guys watch it.</p>

<p>Let me know how you think about the song.</p>

<p>bump!!!!!!!!!!!!</p>

<p>Watch the official trailer</p>

<p>Hm, thought this was a sarcastically phrased reference to Thomas Paine. What does that say about me? Anyway, I'd rather not.</p>

<p>^Why? It's sick!! You guys don't like mainstream music?</p>

<p>There's only one of me here, but not really. Basically, I like Eddie Vedder, Bruce Springsteen, the Wolfe Tones, Eire Og, and scattered songs of other artists. Springsteen and Vedder are pretty mainstream, but not for this age group.</p>

<p>We all know mainsteam pop-hop and rap sucks nowadays.</p>

<p>^ughhh sounds boringg!! Are you some rich preppy kid?</p>

<p>I beg to differ MIThopeful. The beats/rhythm are unparalleled; of course, that's a subjective perspective</p>

<p>^^</p>

<p>Completely not true.</p>

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^ughhh sounds boringg!! Are you some rich preppy kid?

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Given that you posted at the same time as MIThopeful16, this may be directed at me. If so, I can assure you, I'm far from rich. I don't see rich people liking Vedder's "Hunger Strike" from Temple of the Dog.</p>

<p>Sandwich girl was that directed to me?</p>

<p>Nope, MIThopeful16.</p>

<p>The beats are catchy. But the lyrics and message are empty. I'm not rich in the slightest. I can't listen to most mainstream without wincing. When real hip-hop doesn't exist in like 6 people, I'll come back.</p>

<p>Cool. Have you seen the video?</p>

<p>EDIT: DIRECTED TO SANDWICH GIRL</p>

<p>TPain is a boss.</p>

<p>In "I'm on a Boat", the way he says "mother f#ucker" is like no other.</p>

<p>^Hellzzz yeaaa!! We got one fan!</p>

<p>I'm still waiting on him to buy me that drank.</p>

<p>^haha lol good one</p>

<p>yeaaaaaayeaaayeah! (imagine this in a t-pain voice)
i like top 40. it's so dang catchy.</p>

<p>I think people who preach anti-Top-40-ness listen to lyrics too much. I like other music, but that doesn't mean I have to be a mainstream-hater. That's just me, though.</p>