Nappy Boy Entertainment

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Nappy Boy Entertainment
Founded 2006; 12 years ago (2006)
Founder T-Pain
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Country of origin USA
Location Tallahassee, Florida
Official website Nappy Boy Online

Nappy Boy Entertainment is an American record label founded by hip hop and R&B artist T-Pain.[1] The label is distributed by RCA Records, and formerly by Jive Label Group. The label's roster of artists includes Gym Class Heroes front man Travie McCoy, Young Cash, Sixxmann, Mandel (Manny G), and Lil Westside.

In May 2008, T-Pain announced that he would like to turn Nappy Boy Entertainment into a new business venture which would turn his company digital, by releasing albums and songs online via iTunes.[citation needed] The new venture, Nappy Boy Digital, focuses on albums and songs released as downloads and ringtones, with few physical releases.[2][3]

Featured in the Nappy Boy logo is the Florida State Capitol representing Tallahassee, Florida, where T-Pain was born.


Former artists[edit]


Albums released on label[edit]

Albums released on Nappy Boy Entertainment label
Year Artist Title Album information Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
2007 T-Pain Epiphany 1 1
  • US: 819,000
2008 T-Pain Thr33 Ringz 4 1
  • US: 530,000
2010 Travie McCoy Lazarus 25 11 27
  • US: 60,000
2011 T-Pain Revolver 28 7
  • US: 130,000

Upcoming Albums[edit]



Tay Dizm

  • 2008: Tay Dizm – "Beam Me Up" (feat. T-Pain & Rick Ross)
  • 2009: Tay Dizm – "Dreamgirl" (feat. Akon)
  • 2009: Tay Dizm – "Nothing But the Truth" (feat. Young Cash & Piccalo)

Young Cash

  • 2009: Young Cash – "I'm a Hustla"

Travie McCoy

One Chance

Sophia Fresh

  • 2008: Sophia Fresh – "Superbad" (feat. T-Pain & Cee-Lo Green)[5]
  • 2008: Sophia Fresh – "What It Is" (feat. Kanye West)[6]
  • 2009: Sophia Fresh – "It's So Easy" (feat. T-Pain)[7]
  • 2009: Sophia Fresh – "Do the Dance"

Ahmed Belvin

  • 2009: A.B. – "Trophy Girl" (feat. T-Pain)


  • 2010: T-Pain - Freaknik: The Musical (Soundtrack) - EP

Other media[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Patterson, Katie. T-Pain: Hard&B's Rappa Ternt Sanga Archived 2008-05-01 at the Wayback Machine., VIBE. Published April 3, 2006. Retrieved October 15, 2009.
  2. ^ T-Pain Calls Out Copycats, Plans Going Fully Digital, Published May 21, 2008.
  3. ^ T-Pain Busy With Production, Label, Touring, Billboard. Published 2008. Retrieved October 15, 2009.
  4. ^
  5. ^ "Freeload: Sophia Fresh f. T-Pain and Cee-Lo, "Super Bad"". The FADER. Retrieved 2017-11-05. 
  6. ^ T-Pain's Favorite Girls & Kanye's New Crooner Archived 2009-06-01 at the Wayback Machine., SOHH. Published November 5, 2008.
  7. ^ "Freeload: T-Pain + Tha Bizness = T-Wizness". The FADER. Retrieved 2017-11-06. 

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