1. T-PainMight seem like a cramped space, but the void for a new hook king is wider than Michael Strahan's gap. Enter T-Pain, the original crown holder of catchy rap-sung bars (sorry, Drizzy). During his early millennium run, standing atop the height of AutoTune, Teddy Penderassdown served up eargasms with pulse-arresting jams like "Bartender," "I'm Sprung" and "Chopped N Skrewed" for every ass-shaking enthusiast.
And note: all while penning radio killas for Flo Rida, Chris Brown and Ludacris. Enough is enough, Mr. Tallahassee. You've taken off just enough time for duplicators to croon their way in, but those who've sweatily experienced your musical tenure–arguably one of the illest in hip-hop–understand how necessary your return truly is.
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