Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
There was a time when soul and R&B groups ruled the music charts. From soulful crooners such as The Temptations and The Jackson 5 to collectives such as New Edition and Boyz II Men, soul and R&B groups set trends and provided the soundtrack for youth-inspired love.
Today, the concept of an R&B group is on the verge of becoming obsolete. Enter Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank who joined forces to create the R&B supergroup, TGT. Ginwuine vaunts, “When I say we’re bringing R&B back, we’re bringing R&B back as we know it.”
With the release of their new album, "3 KINGS," TGT is preparing to take the R&B mantle to the next level. Plus, the handsome and svelte trio is especially appealing to the ladies.
“There is a way for you to go about respecting a woman, cherishing and adoring her,” Tyrese tells sports and music editor Amir Shaw.
“I don’t think a lot of young guys have really learned what it means to love,” adds Tank.
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