- T-Pain revealed he is working on Grand Theft Auto 6, but his specific role in the game has not been specified.
- T-Pain won’t be able to participate in the popular Grand Theft Auto 5 role-playing server, NoPixel, due to his involvement in GTA 6.
- T-Pain’s involvement with Rockstar Games’ new project is exciting, as fans are curious to see what he will contribute to the game.
After sharing an anecdote online, singer-songwriter T-Pain revealed that he’s working on Grand Theft Auto 6 with Rockstar Games. Not much is known about his involvement with Rockstar’s latest open-world project, though it means T-Pain won’t be able to participate in NoPixel, a popular Grand Theft Auto 5 role-playing server.
Faheem Rashad Najm, better known by his stage name T-Pain, is a Grammy-winning artist who’s been singing, writing, and producing music since 1999. Having worked with many artists in the music industry, T-Pain has released seven studio albums. While many fans know T-Pain for his use of auto-tune in music, some might recognize him more for his role-playing moments in Grand Theft Auto 5. Mainly, the hip-hop and R&B artist frequented the NoPixel role-serving for Grand Theft Auto 5. The server runs on FiveM, a third-party server system that Rockstar Games acquired when it partnered with Cfx.re in August 2023. Because of this, T-Pain has had to make some adjustments after making an announcement during a livestream.
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In a livestream clip, T-Pain shared he his “working” on Grand Theft Auto 6. His role in Grand Theft Auto 6‘s development has not been specified, yet T-Pain is one of the first celebrities to share their involvement with the new GTA project. Whether this means he’ll appear as a character or produce music for the title remains to be seen. However, due to his newly-announced work with Rockstar Games, T-Pain won’t be able to log into NoPixel until further notice.
T-Pain made the claim while responding to a livestream viewer who said that he should be on NoPixel. To this, T-Pain went on to explain why he couldn’t play on the NoPixel server any longer due to his involvement with Grand Theft Auto 6. “What if somebody took your album and rerecorded it, and more people were listening to that,” T-Pain said is what the company told him. T-Pain didn’t forget to mention the FiveM acquisition with Rockstar Games. While it may be difficult to decipher his feelings about the situation, he admitted that he was enjoying his time on the role-playing server.
They teamed up with the people that kind of, like, make the RP s***. I’m like, ‘Wait a minute, what…y’all told me I couldn’t do this s***.’
While some may find it confusing why T-Pain has been asked to refrain from playing on the NoPixel server, it’s exciting to see a Florida-born music artist make his way to the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Fans of the series have seen other celebrities contribute to the GTA series by acting in certain roles or producing music, yet T-Pain’s role remains a mystery. Only further game updates will unveil what T-Pain might be doing in modern-day Vice City.
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