Generational Wealth Over Temporary Fame
T-Pain wants the best for aspiring rappers and talks about how longevity should be the goal and not momentarily success that only lasts for a few years.
You have to think about not only you but your future and the people in that future, T-Pain says generational wealth is important and not the 15 minutes of fame.
He described temporary fame as “super disturbing.”
The way that artists are starting to believe that momentary popularity is better than longevity is super disturbing and [I] want y’all to think about the future and generational wealth,” he wrote on Saturday (November 27th.) “It’s bigger than right now. You got a lot of lives in your hands and a generation to start.”
T-Pain is great at advising his platforms.
T-Pain’s Music Submissions
Speaking of advice, he has been critiquing some of the music he has received.
“You know when your shit sounds like somebody else’s sh*t,” he explains. “You’re making it because you’re in the studio like, ‘What’s the number one record now? We need to make another one of those.’ Stop doing that! Stop! You’re not original! Give me some original sh*t!”
“Are you seriously telling me that you sat here watch me tell a b*tch to eat a d*ck and you thought that wasn’t original? Are you seriously sitting here telling me ‘eat a d*ck’ is the bad part of music? Stop!! Just fucking do something else! God damn it! Do some different music!”
T-Pain feels like new artists need to aim for further goals, it’s way more than temporary fame you need to think about your future family.