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TQ THE SECOND COMING PART 2

What a great album!!!! i can't believe this guy did so much music that wasn't out yet. it's REALLY GREAT!!! I can't stop playing it! TQ is a great writer and performer. this is hot!!!

TQ THE SECOND COMING

TQ WRITES ABOUT THE STORIES IN HIS LIFE. THEY REALLY HAVE TO BE HEARD TO BE BELIEVED. HIS LYRICS ARE FUNNY, HEART FELT, EXTREMELY LITERATE, AND DIFFERENT. HE REMINDS ME OF A SINGING TUPAC. THIS ALBUM SOUNDS LIKE A HIT TO ME. THE PART ONE AND BONUS TRACK VERSIONS ARE HOT TOO... THANK YOU FOR FINALLY MAKING IT AVAILABLE!!! WE'VE ALL WANTED IT!

Biography

Born: May 24, 1976 in Mobile, AL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Influenced by the West Coast hip-hop of 2Pac and Ice-T, and the classic soul of Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin, Terence Quaites, aka TQ, scored a string of hit singles in the late '90s with a sound self-described as "Reality R&B." Born in Compton, CA in 1976, he began his musical career in his teens as one fourth of B-Boy group Coming of Age, who reached the Billboard Top 30 with debut single "Coming Home to Love," before disbanding in 1995. Three years later, he returned to the music scene...
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