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For the past decade, Fordham students have been begging for their Campus Activity Board to bring T-Pain in for their spring concert. And this year, it happened. On April 28, T-Pain graced the Fordham community in the Bronx with his presence and honestly, it was a bit of a disappointment.
The concert started off with sets by student band, Free Advertising, followed by Audien which were both lively and exciting. Unfortunately, most Fordham students missed a majority of this part due to all of the dartying going on. Free Advertising is always a Fordham classic and can always prepare a crowd for anything. Those who were there also enjoyed Audien and felt that he hyped up the crowd.
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There was so much hype surrounding T-Pain’s performance. He did not really deliver. His set was about an hour long and consisted mostly of 30 second snippets from random songs he was featured on. There were also a ton of random breaks. T-Pain would sing for a minute and then take a ten minute gulp of water. It was not the most cohesive performance I’ve seen.
The only saving grace of the concert was the fact that “Apple Bottom Jeans” and “All I Is Win” were played. Are there any other relevant songs from the early 2000s? Answer: no. The rest of the set was just random stuff that most people didn’t know. For a majority of the concert, I was just kinda waiting for it to end. It felt way too long. I am also throughly disappointed that “I’m on a Boat” was not sung. That is my favorite song. Maybe if we are lucky, Fordham will bring The Lonely Island next year.