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Three Ringz
T-Pain Three Ringz.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 11, 2008 [1]
Recorded2007–08
Genre
Length60:35 (standard)
73:08 (deluxe)
Label
Producer
T-Pain chronology
Epiphany
(2007)
Three Ringz
(2008)
The Instrumentals
(2009)
Alternative cover
Thr33 Ringz alt. cover.jpg
Import edition cover
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Welcome to Thr33 Ringz (Intro)" Faheem Najm, Frank Romano, Eddie Griffin 1:25
2."Ringleader Man"Najm, Johnny Smith2:54
3."Chopped 'n' Skrewed" (featuring Ludacris)Najm, Christopher Bridges 4:21
4."Brand New Show (skit)" (removed from edited version)Najm1:02
5."Take a Ride (skit)" (removed from edited version)Najm1:45
6."Blowing Up" (featuring Ciara)Najm, Ciara Harris 3:24
7."Freeze" (featuring Chris Brown)Najm, Christopher Brown 3:36
8."Can't Believe It" (featuring Lil Wayne)Najm, Dwayne Carter, Jr., David Balfour4:33
9."It Ain't Me" (featuring Akon and T.I.)Najm, Aliaune Thiam, Clifford Harris, Jr., Romano3:45
10."Feed the Lions (skit)" (removed from edited version)Najm1:28
11."Therapy" (featuring Kanye West)Najm, Kanye West, Romano3:34
12."Long Lap Dance"Najm, Romano, Rocco Valdes 4:36
13."Lorraine Interlude"Najm1:00
14."Reality Show" (featuring Musiq Soulchild, Raheem DeVaughn and Jay Lyriq)Najm, James Cohen, Taalib Johnson, Romano, Raheem DeVaughn 4:27
15."Keep Going"Najm, Romano2:14
16."Superstar Lady" (featuring Young Cash)Najm, Joseph Williams 3:17
17."Change" (featuring Akon and Diddy)Najm, Thiam, Mary Jane Blige, Rocco Valdes, Gordon-Scott Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Tommy Sims, Sean Combs 5:10
18."Digital" (featuring Tay Dizm)Najm, Artavious Smith 3:14
19."Karaoke" (featuring DJ Khaled) (produced by Tha Bizness)Najm, Khaled Khaled, Christopher Whitacre, Justin Henderson4:09
20."Drácula (skit)" (removed from edited version)Najm0:38
Total length:60:35
Deluxe edition (bonus tracks)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
21."Distorted"Najm2:24
22."Sweet"Najm, Balfour3:58
23."Bad Side"Najm, Romano2:35
24."Phantom"Najm, Balfour3:36
Total length:73:08
United Kingdom bonus tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
21."Naked on the Dance Floor"Najm3:17
22."Can't Believe It (FP Remix)" (featuring Lil Wayne)Najm, Carter, Jr., Balfour3:32
Japanese Bonus Tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
21."Naked on the Dance Floor"Najm3:17
22."Can't Believe It (Lost In Shibuya Remix)" (featuring Verbal of M-flo)Najm, Verbal4:37
Denmark bonus track
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
21."Can't Believe It (Rishi Ram Remix)" (featuring Mauran)Najm, Balfour4:35
Repackaged edition (Philippines and Serbia only)
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
21."Boom" (featuring Sin Sizzerb)Najm, Filip Filipi3:35
Notes

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [24] Gold500,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Release history

RegionDateFormatLabel
Australia [25] November 7, 2008Digital download, CD Jive Records
New Zealand [26]
United Kingdom [27]
Canada [28] November 11, 2008
United States [29]
Japan [30] November 26, 2008

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