After being in and out of the music scene since 2000, Terror Squad’s R&B singer Tony Sunshine finally releases a solo single of his own. I Love Them Both is the story of a man who has a family at home but a girl on the side, and he can’t decide who to stay with and who to leave behind. TS leader Fat Joe contributes a solid verse, discussing his own dilemma between the two, and even making a small invocation to his late homie, Big Pun. I Love Them Both will definitely get quite a bit of radio play, and hopefully will hasten the release of Tony’s debut album, appropriately titled, Finally.
Written by Burmy on 08/9/07
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