T-Pain, Lily Allen and Wiz Khalifa "5 O'Clock" Music Video

September 30, 2011 By:
T-Pain, Lily Allen and Wiz Khalifa

Did someone say booty call? 

T-Pain's track "5 O'Clock" featuring Lily Allen and Wiz Khalifa may seem like it's about that 5am trek home from the club for a early morning, uhmmm, hang-out sesh with a certain "friend," but T-Pain argues that it's about coming home late and having your wife at home waiting for you. 

T-Pain just released the video for "5 O'Clock" a song will appear on T-Pain's upcoming album rEVOLVEr.

"The song is basically about me being where I am at a club. I'm just taking too long and Lily wants me to come home right now," T-Pain explains to Rap-up.com. 

Lily Allen plays his fictional "wife" in the video, who is actually not in the video herself. "Lilly" is played by a normal looking brunette girl who's supposed to pose as an Allen look-alike. 

Apparently T-Pain goes to the club without his wife a lot, "It happens a lot with me in real life, so why not make a song about it?" reveals T-Pain, "She doesn't care where I am or what I'm doing, she just wants me to come home. But she needs me, she needs her hubby."

Who is T-pains wife and sorry you're awake at 5am every night wondering what kind of club-rat activities your husband is getting into. 

The song was inspired by the Lily Allen song "Who'd Have Known" released in 2009. The chorus for "5 O'Clock" was actually just the first verse in Lilly Allen's song "Who'd Have Known." 

Lily sings on the chorus, "it's 5 O'clock in the morning/Conversation got boring/You said you'd go into bed soon/So I snuck off to your bedroom/And I thought I'd just wait there/Until I heard you come up the stairs."

So T-pain is auto-crooing about trying to race home for his wife but all the hunnies at the club are stalling him, yada yada, rap song rap song, but then he spills this line, "She'll be waiting on me naked with one of my chains on."

No seriously, who the hell is T-pain wife? Naked with a chain on? At 5am. She needs a day job.  

And then Wiz Khalifa, who rocketed to fame after his "Black and Yellow" track hit the charts, provides a rap verse at the end which is a nice contrast to T-Pain's hip-hop crooning throughout.