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T-Pain Focuses On Mental Health In New Song, Partners With TalkSpace

A rapper from Tallahassee is making it a point to highlight Mental Health Awareness Month.


T-Pain recently released his latest single to honor Mental Health Awareness Month, according to BET.

The song, On This Hill, hearkens on “mental wellness and on taking a stand for yourself.” In an interview with Billboard, the nappy boy shed light on his sentiments on the topic.

“This song is really about refusing to be gaslit anymore. It’s about coming to a realization that I have to stand up for myself,” Pain said. “Over the years, that has just been something I’ve had to open my eyes to and learn how to deal with it. So yeah, I’ll die on this hill, ha!”

He has partnered with Talkspace, an online and mobile therapy company, to offer free therapy to his followers for up to a year.

T-Pain took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share the news of the song’s release and the pertinence of mental health wellness.

“Last day to enter!!! I know things can be rough out there, and we all need some help sometimes. That’s why for my new single ‘On This Hill,’ I’m teaming up with @talk-space to provide you therapy for up to a year,” he said.

“All you need to do is head to and follow along with the prompts. Recipient will be selected tomorrow when my new song drops! Thanks again everyone.”

On top of the new single, T-Pain announced he is heading on the road for his Mansion in Wiscansin Party. It will start in Houston on May 29 before traveling across the country for numerous dates, which include “a special Juneteenth celebration at The Hollywood Bowl with Color of Noise Orchestra, his third annual Wiscansin Fest at The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, and a headline show at Central Park SummerStage." The tour will go to July.

He is also scheduled to perform with Pitbull on the Party After Dark Tour.

Pain, according to People, also performed in the 2024 Stagecoach with Jelly Roll to honor the late Toby Keith, who passed away from stomach cancer in February at just 62. He performed Keith’s debut 1993 single “Should’ve Been a Cowboy.”


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