T-Pain Enlists O.T. Genasis for New Video – Watch Here

March 4, 2019
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Following the surprise release of 1UP last week and his win on Fox’s The Masked Singer competition, T-Pain is sharing a new video from the album. The Edgar Esteves-directed visual for “A Million Times” was shot at Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, NM and features Long Beach-raised rapper O.T. Genasis, who propelled to viral success behind breakout singles “CoCo” and “Cut It.” The video finds T-Pain entering a new dimension and navigating its various levels alongside Genasis, proving his place as one of the best.

Watch “A Million Times” featuring O.T. Genasis below.

1UP signifies a return to form for T-Pain, as he breathes new life into hip-hop, as alluded to in the album title’s reference to video game culture. Upon its release, the album peaked at #1 on the iTunes hip hop charts and includes previously-released singles “All I Want” featuring Cinematic labelmate Flipp Dinero and “Getcha Roll On” featuring Tory Lanez alongside new collaborations with Lil Wayne, Boosie Badazz and more. T-Pain also recently made an appearance on Ellen to speak about his Masked Singer win and the story behind his Monster costume.

T-Pain will also be embarking on his new 1UP tour beginning March 16 in San Antonio, where he will play 15 shows across the US before concluding on April 9 in San Diego.

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