With T-Pain’s signature voice-processing sound underscoring and Toronto’s young and explosive Tory Lanez giving smooth variation, “Getcha Roll On” is strong hip-hop in motion, and everyone involved in the accompanying clip knows it.
The vocals and beat are at the forefront of this track, which is the latest single from 1UP, T-Pain’s seventh album which strives to move away from the processing and work with the strength of T-Pain’s voice. Here, melody reigns and everything else falls into order.
If hype is the mission, the clip for “Getcha Roll On” is the perfect move. Flashing lights, both of the nightclub and firetruck variety, set a fast paced jaunt that matches the sound. T-Pain and Lanez address the camera from a parking lot where cars burn smoke in tight circles around them. This is spectacle at its finest. It’s almost impossible not to feel energized to this track.