Tyrese ft. Ludacris - Coming to See You

Posted 8 years ago
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Black Rose

After the disappointing sales of the double-album, Alter Ego, singer Tyrese and his rapper half, Black-Ty, went back into the studio.  The former MTV VJ and fashion model recorded upwards of twenty new songs, both R&B and rap, and planned to drop a new album late last year.  With commitments to several movies and his group project with singers Ginuwine and Tank (known collectively as TGT), the tentatively titled Black Rose was put on the back burner.  Now, in an effort to generate some buzz for the eventual release of the project, Ty has dropped Coming to See You.  The track, which features Ludacris, is the epitome of a classic Tyrese song.  In it he reveals a secret; he is looking for a “freaky little private whore.”  And they say chivalry is dead.

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