T-Pain Adds Some Extra Bounce To “Reverse Cowgirl”

By: Becky Bain / February 2, 2010

Grammy-winner T-Pain offered a subtle but deep criticism of the music biz last weekend when Ryan Seacrest asked him about his nomination for the SNL song “I’m On A Boat.” The Auto-Tune aficionado remarked how strange it felt for his actual songs to be snubbed by Grammy organizers, and “then a mockery of the art is nominated. It’s weird.” It is. So by all means let’s get back to the art — T-Pain’s newly surfaced, subtly-titled ode to women on top (literally) “Reverse Cowgirl,” featuring Young Jeezy. (For those of you unfamiliar with the sexual position, here’s a slightly NSFW guideline.) Strap on your boots and give it a listen after the jump:

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Just in case you were worried T-Pain was spending too much time focusing on respectable things like awards shows and charity singles, worry not—the man who penned the classic love ballad “Take Your Shirt Off” has still got his mind in the gutter. We never thought Ginuwine’s “Pony” would sound conservative, but “come ride it, my pony” almost seems understated compared to T-Pain’s “giddy-up, giddy-up, put your hands in the air, wave ‘em round!” Actually, although singing “Yee-haw!” in Auto-Tune is a bit bizarre to hear, the song itself is a smooth, slowed down R&B jam to groove to. If it weren’t for the lyrics, we could picture couples lovingly slow dancing to this song on Valentine’s Day.

The music video for the single will be shot this month, and we can only hope he gets Carrie Underwood to be the star. (Her fiance might take issue with that.)