[09/13/18 - 02:01 PM] "T-Pain's School of Business" Premieres Tuesday, October 16th on Fuse Follow T-Pain as he explores some of the most innovative and unique startups created by millennial entrepreneurs who are defining the future.
[via press release from Fuse]
Title: T-Pain's School of Business
Host: Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter T-Pain
Series Premiere Date: Tuesday, October 16th at 11:00p.m. ET/PT on Fuse
Beloved hip-hop artist, comedic personality and business mogul T-Pain is taking his musical talent and entrepreneurial passion to television with his all-new series, T-Pain's School of Business premiering Tuesday, October 16th at 11:00p.m. ET/PT on Fuse. Follow T-Pain as he explores some of the most innovative and unique startups created by millennial entrepreneurs who are defining the future. As he gets a feel for each quirky and groundbreaking company (including everything from weed-friendly startups, autonomous delivery robots and digital instruments, etc.), each entrepreneur reveals how they got started and what it took to turn their ideas into reality. Viewers can tune in to watch T-Pain learn the ins and outs of each business while at the same time trying out new products and asking all of the startup questions we want answers to. Class is in session!
Chart-topping singer, rapper, songwriter, producer T-Pain has sold over 4.5 million albums and 20 million singles worldwide and has over 3 billion total digital streams. As a pioneer with auto-tune, he brings the perfect perspective to entrepreneurship.
New episodes of T-Pain's School of Business will air every Tuesday night at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT on Fuse. Original digital content will be available at Fuse.tv and the Fuse social channels.
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