T-Pain's fourth album, "rEVOLVEr," is set for a Dec. 6 release, RCA Records has announced.
The auto-tune loving artist said in a statement, "'rEVOLVEr' is drawn from seven albums' worth of material. There are so many different things on this album. I couldn't settle on what I wanted to include, but the final result I think will really hit all of my fans and different audiences."
The Tallahassee, Florida native also said the diversity of his past projects adds to "rEVOLVEr"'s eclectic sound, "I've developed a new audience from the Taylor Swift stuff, the Bud Light and Toshiba commercials, the T-Pain Mic and App. There is music for everyone on this album, but definitely still classic T-Pain at the same time."
Earlier this year, he filed suit against auto-tune creator Antares Technologies for using his image and likeness in advertisements, packaging and marketing materials. The singer/producer believes that the continued implication of an endorsement will confuse and mislead the public and damage sales for his own new technologies, including the "I Am T-Pain Mic."