Tyrese Set To Release Double Disc “Alter Ego” on December 12th
New York, NY -- Tyrese, the multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, actor, writer, producer and now rapper, is set to release his long-awaited and much talked about double CD Alter Ego on December 5 on J Records. Alter Ego will serve a dual purpose - a homecoming to his R&B fans around the world with one disc full of soon-to-be-classic hits; and an introduction to the hip-hop world as he unleashes his rapper alias “Black-Ty” on the other disc. The first single from the album will be the R&B single “One” produced by The Underdogs.
Whether passionately singing his own hits, “How You Gonna Act Like That” and “Sweet Lady” or crooning the hook on the current #1 hit single, Chingy’s “Pulling Me Back,” Tyrese’s voice undeniably stands out in today’s cluttered R&B arena. On Alter Ego’s R&B side, Tyrese joins forces with producers The Underdogs (“One,” “Better To Know”), Brian Michael Cox (“Gotta Get It”), Lil’ Jon (“Turn You Out”), R. Kelly (“Hurry Up,” “Signs of Love Makin’-Remix”), Eric Dawkins and Tony Dixon (“Morning After,” “Better Than Sex,”) and Trick Stewart (“Lights On”).
On the hip-hop disc, Tyrese shines as rapper “Black-Ty,” which comes naturally since he once was a member of the rap group Triple Impact prior to the success of his solo singing career. Manni Fresh, Scott Storch, All Star and various members from Tyrese’s Headquarter Entertainment in-house production team The Frontline BoyZ, add their production skills on the hip-hop disc which is slated to have guest appearances by The Game, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Too Short, David Banner, Method Man, Lil Scrappy and Mannie Fresh.
Currently wrapping up filming on the Steven Spielberg executive produced/Michael Bay directed big budget live action movie Transformers (in theaters July 4, 2007).
Written by DJ Z on 11/8/06
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