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A new song about oral sex is helpfully entitled "69," but lest you miss the point, T-Pain spells things out. "And I was licking on her." That's fairly standard sex-addled R&B, but T-Pain's act has a twist.
While his songs are awash in the muck and musk of the body, T-Pain's physical self is half-erased from the proceedings.
In nearly all of his songs, T-Pain plays the part of an awestruck ogler, marveling at women's bellies, thighs, hips, hair, and, when he's really feeling romantic, secretions.
He's less a poet than a reporter, leaving little—OK, nothing—to the imagination.
Elegance and Beauty (Invited Images - Post 1 Comment 2) 120. I’ve highlighted a few points below: Points of interest in the Popplewell Inquiry Interim Report into the Bradford City Fire: 2.8: The speed with which the fire took hold was graphically described as faster than a man could run.The wood roof covered with tarpaulin and sealed with asphalt itself rapidly took fire; the burning asphalt added its own fuel to the flames and injury to the spectators.T-Pain sings using a talk box, or some synthesizer-simulated version thereof—a gizmo that transforms the human voice into a kind of robo-drone.(T-Pain has been vague about the specific device he uses, and it remains a much-debated point on gearhead message boards.) The talk box, and its cousin the vocoder, have a rich pop history, powering hit songs by Peter Frampton, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, and, more recently, 2Pac and Kanye West, via Daft Punk.The presence of the roof itself caused the fire to spread horizontally at a very fast speed.