T-Pain Relishes In New Success Following ‘Masked Singer’ Win


American rapper-singer and songwriter T-Pain born as Faheem Rasheed Najm is the host of T-Pain's School of Business that explores businesses found by millenials

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:

American rapper, singer and songwriter T-Pain born as Faheem Rasheed Najm is the host of T-Pain's School of Business. It is a FUSE show that explores the niche, innovative businesses founded by millennials. He said he is focused on new technology and forward-thinking concepts. He added it feels great to back these businesses and get out and meet the actual entrepreneurs. He said a lot of people that they have interviewed on the show are basically trying to save the environment.

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T-Pain: Jumping into the business world was a natural choice

The rapper turned singer said jumping into the business world was a natural choice. His mornings or afternoons, depending on when he wakes up consist of browsing crowdsourcing apps and helping raise and fund businesses and ideas that catch his eye. The second season of "School of Business" wrapped last month but the re-runs are still on the process. Pain’s career is one that can be envied for its longevity, as many of the artists that he sparred with atop the music charts in the 2000s have faded into obscurity. He won the inaugural "The Masked Singer" competition in February. He also hosted the iHeartRadio music awards in March. Yet, while he may not consider it a restoration, he's significantly more unmistakable in pop culture than he has been in years. In spite of touring and guest appearances, including a prominent feature on "Finish Line" from Chance The Rapper's 2016 Grammy-winning "Coloring Book" collection, Pain hasn't ranked the charts or showed up on songs alongside contemporary pop and rap stars like he's done previously.

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T-Pain recently wrapped up the primary portion of his "1UP" tour

But not only has his career thrived, but his influence can also be heard in the music of many of today’s popular artists, such as Migos, Future, Travis Scott and Juice WRLD.T-Pain recently wrapped up the primary portion of his "1UP" tour and he's getting ready for the second leg that commences in November in Detroit. In any case, nowadays, his needs are not quite the same as years prior to the stature of his melodic achievement. His family, which includes his wife Amber of 16 years and their three children, Lyriq, Muziq, and Kaydnz, is his main focus.
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