Season two of T-Pain’s School of Business premieres on Fuse Aug. 6. The show features rapper T-Pain exploring unique start-ups created by millennials. “In each half-hour episode, T-Pain will dive head first into each business while testing out new products and getting answers to all our questions about how to start a business,” said Fuse.

The season premiere sees T-Pain eat a robot-made hamburger, check out a zero carbon emissions semi-truck and get a tattoo with wearable UV sensors.

T-Pain was the winner on The Masked Singer earlier this year.

“T-Pain is on an incredible run lately and we are excited for the season two premiere of this empowering, unscripted series,” said Fuse Media Chief Content Officer J-T Ladt. “As an important voice in youth culture and a champion of young entrepreneurs, T-Pain and his ‘school of business’ shine a light on some of the most innovative startups and talented creators in a way that only he can.”

Jonas Bell Pasht, Jonah Bekhor, Rebecca Hertz, Jonny Shipes and T-Pain executive produce the show, which is produced by Citizen Jones.

Fuse programs for Latino, multicultural millennial and GenZ audiences. 

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