T-Pain Announces 2024 Las Vegas Residency At Zouk Nightclub


First New Edition, then Jodeci, now award-winning recording artist T-Pain has revealed he’ll also be joining the other legends in Sin City next year as he announced his upcoming Las Vegas residency at Zouk Nightclub on Tuesday, December 20, to his millions of fans on Instagram

“Full speed towards 2024,” T-Pain wrote in the caption. “ I’m proud to officially announce that I’m kicking off my FIRST EVER Vegas residency at @zoukgrouplv and @ayudayclub Catch my very first show on Thu, Feb 8 at #ZoukNightclub – Tickets are live, join me for a ride you won’t forget.”

The first residency show is set for Thursday, February 8 – tickets are on sale now – and the legendary act is anticipated to perform his catalog of classics. Much about the show remains a mystery; however, fans worldwide are extremely excited about the residency as shown in the artist’s social media comments. 

T-Pain, real name Faheem Rashad Najm, began his superstar rise in 2005 with his debut hit, “I’m Sprung.” The debut was followed by hit, after hit, after hit, not only for himself but all of the biggest names in music. Across eight albums, Pain has created over a dozen #1 hits like “Can’t Believe It,” “Bartender,” and “Buy U A Drank.” As a songwriter, producer, and collaborator, Teddy P is best known for monster hits such as “Shawty,” “Kiss Kiss,”  and “Low.” T-Pain was recently honored with the “Legend Award” at this year’s Soul Train Music Awards in Las Vegas. 

For complete residency dates and purchase tickets, visit the official Zoku Nightclub website.

The news comes on the heels of T-Pain dropping new music in his version of the classic country song, “Tennessee Whiskey,” hitting all streaming platforms, accompanied by the live performance of his latest album, On Top Of The Covers (Live From The Sun Rose).  “I’m so excited for the world to hear and see this,” said T-Pain. “Since it’s the gift-giving time of year, I decided to release the full performance. Let’s keep the good times rolling into 2024.”

You may watch the hour-long live set, below.

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