Hoping to continue the success regained by Please Don’t Go, Tank returns for the second single from Sex, Love & Pain. Heartbreaker features Tank describing his reaction to a woman’s revelation that she’s been cheating and is leaving him for another man. The melancholy accompaniment by producer Tony Dixson seems to enhance the singer’s sorrow and pain perfectly, allowing Heartbreaker to continue Tank’s recent string of success and possibly break right into the Urban AC charts.
Written by Burmy on 08/10/07
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"Marching On" (2009)
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