Twitter is showering T-Pain with all his flowers after an 18-year-plus career as an artist.

On May 13, “NFR Podcast” posted a question about music on social media. The handle asked, “What’s a rap song where the vocalist featured took it to another level?” After the post went viral, Twitter users are now responding with a laundry list of singles and artists, but one name in consensus is T-Pain.

In 2005, the 38-year-old songwriter and record producer emerged in the music scene with his debut studio album, Rappa Ternt Sanga. Since then, the Florida native has written hits for some of the biggest artists in the game, earned two Grammys, and solidified his legacy in the industry.

As Twitter’s list of T-Pain’s features poured in, one track that users constantly mentioned was Kanye West‘s “Good Life” with the talented hitmaker. The track dropped in 2007 and appeared on West’s Graduation album. One user on the platform wrote, “If you had T-Pain on your record in the mid-2000s, n**ga, you had a hit.”

Another popular song among the responses was T-Pain appearing on Plies‘ single “Shawty” in 2007. “T-Pain carried lots of tracks,” a second handle tweeted. “Man’s voice [was] made for them hooks.”

A third user threw out the Grammy Award winner joining forces with Bow Wow in 2006 for his hit “Outta My System.” “T-pain, man,” the user tweeted.

As social media continued to list the Florida artist’s features, one person said he doesn’t get enough respect for his impact on music. “T-Pain don’t get nowhere near enough credit for his influence in R&B and hip hop,” they wrote. “Listening back to that era, you realize he was one of one — definitely a legend.”

Check out more tracks featuring the “Buy u a Drank” songwriter that Twitter users believed he helped take to another level below: