This post is part of a weekly series celebrating #ThrowbackThursday ;with reflections of our favorite childhood memories, past pop culture moments and more! During the mid-2000’s, an era of flip-phones and mirror-facing selfies, T-Pain’s robotic voice revolutionized technology in hip-hop and R&B. T-Pain made his mark on the music industry as the king of autotune, but surprisingly he has the voice of an angel without any of the extra sound effects. ; Last year, he recorded a concert for a ;NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert without using machine accompaniment and sounded flawless. According to NPR, …

This post is part of a weekly series celebrating #ThrowbackThursday ;with reflections of our favorite childhood memories, past pop culture moments and more!

During the mid-2000’s, an era of flip-phones and mirror-facing selfies, T-Pain’s robotic voice revolutionized technology in hip-hop and R&B. T-Pain made his mark on the music industry as the king of autotune, but surprisingly he has the voice of an angel without any of the extra sound effects. ;

Last year, he recorded a concert for a ;NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert without using machine accompaniment and sounded flawless. According to NPR, it was the most popular Tiny Desk concert of all time with more than 8 million views on YouTube. ;

On Wednesday, T-Pain returned to NPR to perform a Front Row Concert ;and commemorate the one-year anniversary of revealing his natural singing talent as well as the -year mark since his first album, “Rappa Ternt Sanga,” was released.

Watch the video below and prepare to be stunned. ;

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That Time T-Pain Sang An Entire Concert Without Autotune