T-Pain Announces ‘Stoicville: The Phoenix’ Release Date

blame it on Patrick Glynn September 30, 2015

Well I’ll be damned if this doesn’t make me happier than raccoon in an Olive Garden dumpster.

After a long, long, long wait, we finally have an official landing date for T-Pain‘s Stoicville: The Phoenix. Ever since the album’s intro dropped in November, which came a week after his stunning NPR set, I have been in full-on T-Pain mode. Over the last year, Faheem has released a mixtape, The Iron Way; completely owned a performance of the national anthem at a Dodgers game; performed a 42-song set with The FADER; and released single after single as we approach Stoicville: The Phoenix‘s drop.

Officially, Teddy-Pain’s next album will be in stores December 11. The Tallahassee-bred artist has been dropping singles like “Up Down” and “Drankin’ Patna” since 2013 in preparation for his next album, so we’ll see if those songs still make the cut. He’s also dropped “Coming Home” and “Make That Shit Work” in connection with the LP.

No matter what or how many songs are on Stoicville: The Phoenix, I’ll just be glad it’s here. Get ready, because it’s T-Pain season now.