Review Summary: panty dropper
recently my favorite time pastime is smoking and listening to r&b music. kicking back with my bong, some headphones with The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, Tank but also old school *** like Marvin Gaye and Luther Vandross and a hammock during this beautiful long beach summer has been fantastic.. anyways, when i found out that Tank was teaming up with the dude that sings "in those jeans" and the guy from the fast and the furious movies, i was down to check it out...and i'm happy i did.
during the early 00's, Tank, Ginuwine, and Tyrese were running *** in the r&b game. but recently, the genre has gotten a bit stale and singers have been relying on rappers to get them spins at radio stations. TGT (who have been real life friends for a minute now) decided to get together and bring back that late 90's/early 00's r&b flavor back by creating an r&b supergroup. 3 Kings is the product of that.
alright, this album is pretty much baby making music from start to finish. though some of the songs deal with "oh, i miss you babe" kinda *** and others more so about sex or loving the woman, the whole mood is chill and relaxed...might be why i like smoking to this. they did say that they didn't really wanna have a bunch of features on the album but they have Tyrese rapping as Black-Ty on the first track and Problem on the 2nd one, so i don't know what's going on there..
so, these guys definitely know how to sing and they're all skilled enough to know how to blend their voices into a pretty soothing sound. none of them truly try to outshine each other on this album but they all get a chance to flex those throat muscles...pause.. but you do catch yourself singing along to this. i've been driving to work, bumping songs like I Need and Next Time Around and singing my ass off with them without any shame.
this album can be your soundtrack to your girl's orgasm (Explode) or inspire you to write an apology to an ex (Running Back), either way, i recommend you get this..or at least stream it on youtube