T-Pain has been holding out on us. Just a week after releasing his surprise Everything Must Go (Vol. 1) project, the Tallahassee, Fla. entertainer delivers the new single, “Might Be,” featuring Gucci Mane, on Thursday (Aug. 23).

Pain initially teased the track last month, along with a record featuring Tory Lanez. Today, we get the final product, which features busy production, punctuated by deep bass. Florida's crown jewel delivers a big braggadocios chorus on the track, which plays on the break from Gucci Mane's 2006 single, "Pillz."

"I promise you ain't met a real one like me/Girl, I think I might let you be my wifey," he rhymes. "Put some diamonds on your neck, girl have you icy/Or I might just spend a check, I'm still deciding/Bitch, I might be/Bitch, I might be/Bitch, I might be/Bitch, I might be/Oh I see niggas hatin', they wanna be like me/They wanna pull up in the Wraith outside just like me."

Gucci dumps a hot 16 on the pounding instrumental. "I done got rich but I'm trying to be wealthy/Bitch so healthy, watch so chunky, I'm getting cocky/Right wrist got it, one night in Philly, but I feel like Rocky," La Flare raps. "Niggas be blocking, lover really like me/Niggas wanna fight me, I'm not Rocky/Yea it's Guwop, stunt on your pops/Showed you the drip then I gave you the mop."

T-Pain and Guwop previously linked up on "Act Up" off Trap God in 2012 and Steve Aoki and Yellow Claw’s “Lit” last year. It is unclear what project this new banger will land on.

The rapper turnt sanga surprised fans with the 13-song Everything Must Go (Vol. 1) project last week. The new release features Joey Bada$$, Joe Budden and Ace Hood.

Aside from music, Pain is doing big things as well. It was recently announced he will be starring in his own television series called T-Pain's School of Business. The show will premiere on the Fuse network on Oct. 16 and will follow T-Pain as he explores 18 unique and innovative startup companies put together by young creatives.

Listen to T-Pain's new "Might Be" single featuring Gucci Mane below.


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