Revolver (T-Pain album)

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Revolver Studio album by T-Pain Released December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) Recorded 2009–11 Genre R&B, hip hop, pop, electronic Length 52:53 Label Nappy Boy, Konvict, RCA Producer Rocco Valdes (exec.), Michael Blumstein (exec.), T-Pain (also exec.), Young Fyre, Noel "Detail" Fisher, Chuckie, T-Minus, Billboard, Tha Bizness, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Fabian Lenssen, Catalyst, Get Cool, David "Preach" Balfour T-Pain chronology The Instrumentals (2009) RevolveЯ (2011) Stoicville (2016) Singles from RevolveЯ "Best Love Song" Released: March 22, 2011 "5 O'Clock" Released: September 27, 2011 "Turn All the Lights On" Released: January 17, 2012[1] Revolver (stylized as REVOLVEЯ), is the fourth studio album by American rapper T-Pain, released through Konvict Muzik, RCA Records and his own label Nappy Boy Entertainment on December 6, 2011. It is his first album released after the dissolution of his previous label, Jive Records.[2] Recording sessions for the album have taken place from 2009 to 2011. T-Pain stated that the two R's in the word, RevolveЯ have been capitalized so that in the middle, it says "evolve", indicating that T-Pain has evolved as an artist, and as a person in the period from Thr33 Ringz up till RevolveЯ. He later stated that the R's were put to show how people can be deceived, and precept incorrectly without looking at the inside of things, and he then said that this will be the scheme of the album. T-Pain announced that the album would be released on December 6 in the United States in an interview with Lady Jade on the F.A.M.E. tour bus, coincidentally this is the same release date of his first album, Rappa Ternt Sanga back in 2005. At the end of 2009, and throughout the early part of 2010, several singles were released from the album; however, the poor chart performance of these songs caused them to re-dubbed as promotional singles. Contents 1 Background 2 Title 3 Singles 3.1 Other songs 4 Reception 4.1 Critical response 4.2 Commercial performance 5 Track listing 6 Chart positions 7 References Background[edit] Work began on the album, originally titled UBER, during 2009, and the album was initially intended to be released during 2010. However, the album has suffered a series of delays; although T-Pain has claimed the album has been completed and mastered, he has rescheduled the album's release date, to reflect his displeasure at generally falling music sales, which frustrated 물방