What is T-Pain’s net worth?
|Net Worth:||$35 Million|
|Born:||September 30, 1985|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Singer|
Faheem Rashad Najm, better known as “T-Pain”, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer from Florida.
His debut album ‘Rappa Ternt Sanga’ was released in 2005 which reached number one on the US Billboard 200.
As of 2020, T-Pain’s net worth is approximately $35 million dollars.
Faheem Rashad Najm “T-Pain” was born in Florida on the 30th September, 1985.
His stage name is a short nickname for “Tallahassee Pain” and was chosen because of the hardships he experienced while living there.
T-Pain grew up in a Muslim household where he expressed his lack of interest in the concept of the religion.
At the age of 10, he turned his bedroom into a music studio where he started to make his own beats for the first time.
T-Pain’s singing ability was on clear display in the first notes of his breakthrough R&B single ‘I’m Sprung”.
The Tallahassee, Florida native came up as a rapper in a group who called themselves ‘Nappy Headz’. T-Pain later began his career as a solo artist, and went pro as ‘T-Pain’.
The famous singer Akon heard what T-Pain had to offer and then made him sign to the Jive supported Konvict Muzik label.
T-Pain’s debut single was released in 2005, and the same year the album ‘Rappa Ternt Sang’ was released which followed up single ‘I’m ‘n Luv’, also reaching the Billboard charts.
During the next following years, T-Pain continued to make hits. Through 2012, a period that involved the guest-loaded albums ‘Epiphany’, Thr33 Ringz’ and ‘rEVOLVEr’ entered the pop top 10 for additional times.
He also featured in Jamie Foxx’s ‘Blame It’ and Pitbull’s ‘Hey Baby’. Two of the songs made T-pain a two-time Grammy Award winner.
As of 2020, T-Pain’s net worth is $35 million dollars.
Here are some of the best highlights of T-Pain’s career:
- Buy U a Drank (Song, 2007)
- Epiphany (Album, 2007)
- Three Ringz (Album, 2008)
- Grammy Award (Best Rap Song, 2008) – Won
- Take Your Shirt Off (Song, 2009)
- Turn All The Lights On (song, 2011)
- Drankin’ Patna (Song, 2014)
- F.B.G.M. (Song, 2017)
- T-Wayne (Album, 2017)
- Everything Must Go (Mixtape, 2018)
- 1UP (Album, 2019)
Favorite Quotes from T-Pain
“My first car was an ’84 Ford Taurus. It caught on fire from me trying to change the fuel pump, so that wasn’t good at all. Dried leaves on the ground while I was trying to change the fuel pump. Don’t do that. Do it on concrete.” – T-Pain
“Well, because I was broke. That’s one of those things you go through—being hungry and not being able to do anything about it. It was tough. It was a sucky situation. Instead of calling myself T-Sucks, it was T-Pain. You know, it was just a heavy situation. It just wasn’t fun. I’ll tell you that. But you know, normal struggle shit.” – T-Pain
“People started not f***ing with me anymore outside of my family, and I realized that my wife and my kids were the only ones that are really sticking with me through all this bulls**t. So why am I trying to tweet all these people I don’t know and make sure all my Twitter mentions are poppin’ and all that other bulls**t instead of making sure my people are good at home? F*** these other people that don’t care if I live or die.” – T-Pain
“They automatically think we get waited on hand and foot with everything. They don’t think we tie our own shoes. Sometimes that’s what some artists portray and that’s not a real thing. That’s annoying. I hate when people tie my shoes. I’m not a child.” – T-Pain
“Yeah, we’re talking people that have been touring since the ’80s—touring full-on, selling out seats since the ’70s and the ’80s. We’re talking about obviously all the rock bands like Queen. Like, good, God! Nobody would be able to tour ever if Freddie Mercury was still here.” – T-Pain
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T-Pain’s music has definitely impressed his fans and media.
However, his luxury lifestyle is nothing new either. T-Pain has collaborated with some of the most talented rappers and artists in the music industry including likes of Chris Brown, Jamie Foxx, and Pitbull.
As of 2020, T-Pain’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $35 million dollars.