The release of his double disc album, Alter Ego, will mark Tyrese a.k.a. Black-Ty’s first taste of the rap game. After three successful strictly R&B albums, J Records has given Tyrese the go ahead to unveil his rapping skills. Produced by Scott Storch, the single Gettin It features Method Man and will be promoted side by side with the current R&B hit, One.
Written by DJ Z on 10/31/06
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