TGT - I Need

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Having captured listeners’ attention with Sex Never Felt Better, a steamy lead effort which spent several weeks on the DJBooth Music Charts, R&B supergroup TGT venture out of the bedroom for the second single off their collaborative debut set. For lovers of sweeping balladry, I Need will be like water in the desert. Here, Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese showcase their cascading vocal harmonies as they serenade a woman who’s fixing to walk out the door, pledging to change their ways if she would only stay. To back their soulful entreaties, Brandon “Bam” Alexander crafts a tender beat featuring spare piano chords, fingersnap-accented rhythm section and, of course, plenty of windchimes. Available now for purchase on iTunes, this cut is part of forthcoming full-length Three Kings, due out August 20, via Atlantic Records.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view TGT’s Benny Boom-directed I Need visual.

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