Tyrese, Tank & Ginuwine of the R & B supergroup TGT invite Peter Bailey to share a NiteCap at their 3 Kings Tour in downtown Miami's James L. Knight Center.They discuss bringing R & B to it's glory days of romance and soul as well as give advice on how men should care for women
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No better time than Father's Day to share these men talking about the truth of the stories in R&B music historically! I agree R&B music has typically meant LOVE between men and women in an authentic way...keeping it real! Say that!!!! share this...talk about it....Jeanette Hawes
Tyrese a fool lol.Anthony Griffin
This guys are the best!Cedric Soul
Nice!!!!! That was an excellent interview!!!! I enjoyed each one of their input. I might have to write a love song this weekend! lol... Actually, I am trying to get my rap album done before I do a traditional love album, but y'all are trying to make me change my mind..... lol... Thanks for sharing....mnash3
I love you "forever blackness" LOLranae404
Preach 6:00 TankGURU GEM
Authentic true black warrior will show up... Ok then Lmao!Denise Williams
im ready to get moist between my legs. i agree there are artist who sing to woman and we want the same thing and thats a man. so boy i hope them wetdreams i be having about Tank that i hope he aint gay or bi. IJS that kill my spirit.sabrina thepurplelovefairy
Y wasn't it longer???sean dehaney
I fucks with tanksean dehaney
no house no edm no techno real R & Bjfraz1992
Music is a healing......What would the world be with out music?Esther Blyden
Dope but this should've been longer! It's a lot of wisdom they didn't get to share.Farley
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