10K80 by Claude J. Easy October 15, 2018
Multi-platinum recording artist and business mogul T-Pain is on the hunt for the dopest millennial entrepreneurs in the country.
In his new TV series, T–Pain’s School of Business, which premiered on 2018, the “Bartender” singer explores some of the most innovative and unique startups created by millennial entrepreneurs who are defining the future.
To date, T–Pain has sold over 4.5 million albums, 20 million singles worldwide, and has over 3 billion digital streams. He’s a pioneer with auto-tune, and without a doubt transfers his perfect perspective to entrepreneurship.
In fact, the Grammy-winning songwriter dropped out of eighth-grade showing us that there is more than one pathway to success.
“It doesn’t take a Harvard MBA to become a successful entrepreneur. All you need is a real world education and professor T-Pain to show you how it’s done.”
Peep as Teddy Penderazdoun gets a feel for each groundbreaking company. The Artiphon (a digital instrument that adapts to you), Vite Ramen (a healthy version of ramen), and Rebel Coast (weed-infused wine) are just a couple of the quirky start-ups that viewers will learn about.
Beyond T-Pain’s stamp of approval, each entrepreneurial reveal gives viewers an inside look of how all of these young millennial business owners got started and what it took to turn their ideas into a reality.
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Nothing feels better than praise from a star, and we were lucky enough to have T-Pain himself join us to beat the heat this year! Check it out yourself over at https://youtu.be/I-yJj9GBVl0 and let us know what you think! Thank you to T-Pain and Fuse for letting us be a part of this, it was an experience we feel blessed to have!
If you are looking to start your own “unicorn company” T–Pain’s School of Business is definitely worth the watch. You will learn the ins and outs of a successful business as T-Pain tries out new products and asks all of the questions we want answers to.
Tune in every Tuesday at 11 pm on Fuse for new episodes of T–Pain’s School of Business or check out Fuse.tv to never miss a beat.