T-Pain Singing Without Auto-Tune Will Change Your Perspective On Life

T-Pain’s fingerprints are all over pop and R&B and hip-hop. He wasn’t the first musician to use Auto-Tune as an instrument — he noticed it on a Jennifer Lopez remix, and remembers “Deep” well — but it was, as he says, his style. For a while, in the mid-2000s, he lived at the top of the charts. He dominated that brief moment of our lives when ringtones were a thing. He was celebrated as an innovator, and he happily took his talents where he was invited, which was everywhere.

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Zaytoven tells how an artist with no budget can get a beat, about how he got his start, & more.

Shut your mouth when there’s a legend in the room, you might learn something! With that being said, we got a chance to speak to Atlanta producer Zaytoven. The churchgoing Atlanta rap veteran who has shared studio sessions with Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, Future, The Migos, and more for a decade let 4sho Magazine into his home for this dope interview! In this interview he talks about how he got his name, how many beats he knocks out per day, his favorite artist to work with in the industry, and even breaks down how an upcoming rapper can get them a Zaytoven beat with a limited budget.

Dawn of Def Jam: Rick Rubin Returns to His NYU Dorm Room

Def Jam was started 30 years ago in Rick Rubin’s dorm room at NYU. He along with Russell Simmons would go onto create one of Hip Hop’s number one record label in the world. Check out Rick’s journey back to NYU below.

Other Dancers Switched Up The Routine, But It’s All Part Of An Elaborate Surprise…

Chicago Bulls cheerleader, Ariana, showed up for this game like it was any other day. During the third quarter performance, Ariana seems to suddenly get lost in the middle of the dance. The rest of the girls start doing something else, and you can see the confusion all over her face. At SF Globe, we love a good surprise, and Ariana is in for the surprise of a lifetime!

Ice T On Why He’s Played Cops So Often Throughout His Career

Ice T sat down with VladTV and broke down exactly why he’s been offered roles as a cop throughout his acting career, saying that cops at an upper level are often as street as the criminals they’re going after, and it would be hard for a square actor to play those roles realistically.

He also feels grateful to play characters so different from himself because it gives him a chance to really act, as opposed to playing someone close to living the lifestyle he grew up in.
Hear Ice T’s explanation above.