It’s been a hot minute since we’ve brought y’all anything new from TQ. How, hot, you ask? Well, when the R&B vet dropped off his last audio feature, album title track, Paradise, George W. Bush was still living in the White House, so… pretty f**king hot. Be that as it may, he hasn’t lost one iota of swagger in the intervening years; as the lead single off the singer’s forthcoming eighth album attests, he’s still a bad, Bad Man. A funky, sample-laced beat by former Cash Money colleague Mannie Fresh backs the artist as he assures listeners of his continuing flyness, showcasing his impressive falsetto in the process. Another past labelmate, Mystikal, laces the front with some high-energy guest rhymes. Like what you’re hearing? You can cop this joint now on iTunes—or wait and pick it up as part of TQ’s Legendary LP when it drops February 12, via KADO Records.
Written by richard on 02/6/13
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