T-Pain Just Dropped His First Line of Wing Spices and They’re the the Sweet and Savory Mix You Need to Try

published Dec 7, 2022
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA - OCTOBER 05: T-Pain attends the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 at Cobb Energy Center on October 05, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
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If there’s one thing 2022 has brought, it’s a bunch of unexpected releases. From the return of grape-flavored Pop-Tarts and Oreo Cakesters to food-focused releases brought to us by celebs like Snoop Dogg and Kevin Hart, I think it’s safe to say that this year is definitely one for the books. And apparently, multi-talented star T-Pain is making sure his name gets added to it.

After the release of last year’s Can I Mix You a Drink? cocktail book, the self-proclaimed “rappa ternt sanga” is keeping his foot in the food industry with a new collaboration with celebrated spice brand, Spicewalla. But these aren’t just any old spices; the Grammy-winning artist and the fan-favorite brand are bringing the flavor with brand spankin’ new custom blends made for taking your wings to the next level.

Just released, the T-Pain Wing Collection is inclusive of three blends — Straight Fire, Sugar Daddy, and The Juice — that will make you wish he was “frying u a wing” long before now. And if you’re worried about them actually being too spicy, don’t. There’s something in this 3-pack that will fit everyone’s palate.

Described as not being “your average buffalo-style wing,” the Straight Fire spice rub is comprised of a “complex, slowly-building sizzle” that adds the kick you need for wings, steak, or even beer rims. The Sugar Daddy blend, however, is for those of you who enjoy your wings on the sweeter side as it’s made with brown sugar, honey, garlic, and a hint of cayenne. The last blend, The Juice, delivers the perfect mix of sweet and spicy as the pineapple and brown sugar mix balance out the fiery taste of the minced jalapeños.

Though it’s not clear if this is just a limited-edition collaboration for the holiday season, anyone looking to pick up the new 3-pack T-Pain Wing Collection can head to Spicewalla’s website and grab one for $29.99 or stop by the brand’s storefronts in both Atlanta and Asheville, North Carolina.

This, however, isn’t the Bartender singer’s first foray into the food-industry. Earlier this year, he announced on Instagram that he has officially become a restaurant owner and also released his own energy shot line named Gamer Shot with the Nxt Lvl gamer energy shot brand.