Keep in mind a number of years in the past when everybody discovered that T-Pain could actually sing? Properly, he’s placing these expertise to the take a look at with a brand new album of canopy songs, On High Of The Covers. On it, the Tallahassee crooner takes on such R&B classics as Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” and Sam Smith’s “Keep With Me” — however he doesn’t cease there.
Why solely keep on with one style, when you’ve the form of expertise T-Ache has? The reply is: you don’t. That’s why he’s acquired American Songbook requirements like Frank Sinatra’s “That’s Life,” nation hits like Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey,” and iconic rock anthems like Journey’s “Don’t Cease Believin’” on the album. However one of many standouts is his tackle heavy steel; that’s proper, T-Ache sings Black Sabbath’s “Conflict Pigs” on the album too!
As he takes on the steel band’s 1970 anti-war protest tune, he does his finest to channel Ozzy Osbourne and does a fairly respectable job of it, even when nobody can actually duplicate that signature wail. Test it out above.
This weekend, T-Ache is taking part in three exhibits at Solar Rose at Pendry in West Hollywood to rejoice the album’s launch; you will get tickets here.
On High Of The Covers is out now by way of Nappy Boy Leisure. You may take heed to it under.