Get Ready To Tap That App With T-Pain's New App, Booty Symphony

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I don’t usually use PR lines in headlines, but “Get ready to tap that app,” only seemed fitting. What we got here is a new Android app from T-Pain’s label, Nappy Boy Entertainment, called Booty Symphony. What is it? Why would anyone want it? Well, it’s kind of a music video creation / soundboard thingamajig. Does that answer it?

Capitalizing on our love for heinys, T-Pain, the software developer, helps us get our fix with the new app. You see, you just slap some booties, and in what ever order you do it, it creates a 30-second clip. Then, you show all your home boys and girls your masterful creation; its got YouTube, Facebook, Twatter and Email sharing capabilities. Just don’t accidentally send it to Susan B.

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Oh and BTW, the first person to auto-tune the T-Pain interview with Greg, will win cans of the very rare energy drink, Booty Sweat. Email it, or a link to here.

Here is a video made by the app.






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GET READY TO TAP THAT APP WITH

NAPPY BOY ENTERTAINMENT’S NEW ANDROID APP – BOOTY SYMPHONY

Available Free Exclusively on GetJar,

App Allows Users to Create, Share and Remix Music Videos by Orchestrating Booties

Nappy Boy To Deliver The Last 1,000 Cans of “Booty Sweat” Energy Drink on Earth to

Whoever’s Booty Symphony Video Gets The Most Views

New York, NY (January 13, 2011) – Tapping that app has never felt this good.  Introducing Booty Symphony, the new app powered by T-Pain’s label Nappy Boy Entertainment.  The app lets users conduct 30-second music videos from “Booty Soundboards” based on songs from the Nappy Boy catalogue including Tay Dizm’s “Point Em Out” and Young Cash’s “I’m a Freak” and “I Support Single Mothers.”  Every time you tap a booty, a new sound and rump-shaking visual is added to the mix.   And just in case you want additional “assets”, Booty Symphony lets users upload their own juicy videos to the soundboard.

Since it takes a lot of energy to shake all these booties, Nappy Boy will reward the most popular Booty Symphony video with the ultimate prize – 1,000 cans of “Booty Sweat” energy drink. Making the pot even sweeter is the fact that these 1,000 cans are some of the last “Booty Sweat” energy drinks slated for production, ever!   Turn Earth’s loss into your gain by following the contest details located at http://bootysymphony.com.

“Smartphones have given people an incredible amount of computing power, but until now, this power has been wasted,” says creator and choreographer of Booty Symphony, Sakinah LeStage. “America is thirsty for an app that finally does something useful.   If Booty Symphony doesn’t satiate that thirst, 1,000 cans of Booty Sweat sure will.” An Atlanta native, LeStage has collaborated with T-Pain and Nappy Boy Entertainment since 2005 as a choreographer and creative director. Through their shared appreciation of music and dance, Booty Symphony was born.

Only the world’s largest open app store could “back that app up”, which is why the free version is available exclusively at GetJar.  For the free Android version, give GetJar a spank at http://getjar.com/Booty-Symphony. The premium version is available on the Android Market for $2.99. To get more information on the app, hit up www.bootysymphony.com.

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About Nappy Boy Digital / Entertainment / Publishing
Nappy Boy Digital is the first digital-only label launched by mega-platinum-selling, multi-Grammy winning artist and producer T-Pain. The label’s artist roster includes Tay Dizm and Young Cash. T-Pain also founded Nappy Boy Entertainment, a joint venture deal with Atlantic Records. Nappy Boy Entertainment recently released the debut solo album from Travie McCoy, whose single “Billionaire” hit No. 1 and has sold over 2.6 million copies to date. T-Pain also recently launched Nappy Boy Publishing, which currently publishes Tha Bizness (who produced Young Money’s “Every Girl In The World” and Chris Brown’s current single, “No BS,” currently Top 20 on the Urban Chart and climbing quickly), David Balfour (who wrote on T-Pain’s “Can’t Believe It” and “Chopped And Skrewed”) and Young Fyre (who produced T-Pain’s “Rap Song” featuring Rick Ross).

About GetJar

GetJar is the world’s largest open app store with over 1 billion downloads to date. The company’s key point of difference is its open market approach, which allows it to deliver applications for both feature phones and smartphones across all major platforms such as Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, iPhone and Symbian among others. The company provides more than 75,000 mobile applications to consumers in more than 200 countries. GetJar has been selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer for 2011 for its innovative approach to technology and its deep impact on business and society on a global scale.  GetJar is backed by Accel Partners and is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in the UK and Lithuania. For more information: www.getjar.com and follow us on Twitter @getjar.

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