The “R&B Cash” singer believes that it is time for R&B o high the charts. “Give us our house again,” stated Tank.
It simply so occurred that as Tank’s R&B Money was launched to a heat response from listeners, Sean “Diddy” Combs sparked a dialog about whether or not or not there may be nonetheless life within the style. A query posed by Diddy concerning R&B being useless took over the web as individuals, followers and professionals, debated the recent subject. There was a time in music historical past when the business was present on the again of R&B and Soul, however lately, the genres do not carry as a lot weight as they as soon as did.
Tank was stopped by a TMZ cameraperson and requested if the reception of his report proves that R&B is alive and nicely. “It proves that R&B just isn’t useless for me,” answered Tank. “But it surely would not show that R&B as an entire just isn’t useless.”
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“We’re nonetheless disconnected from the mainstream—shout out to you, TMZ, for giving us this mainstream look and continuing this conversation within the mainstream, however we’d like extra of that. Not simply me, not simply [Chris Brown], not simply Usher, we’d like all of us. We want extra. When can a music like [Boyz II Men’s] ‘Finish of the Highway’ or [Jodeci’s] ‘Endlessly My Girl’ be on the high of the 100 charts for a male R&B singer? When? It needs to be now. So, shoutout to Puff.”
Jamie Foxx‘s look at Tank‘s R&B Cash launch occasion had followers clamoring for extra music from the multihyphenate star. Tank stated that he, too, has been “begging” Foxx to drop new hits for years, however evidently for now, the actor’s focus is elsewhere.
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