14 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After getting his start in the early '90s with the group Coming of Age, the Compton-born crooner TQ (short for Terrance Quaites) dropped his first solo album—the Mike Mosley–produced They Never Saw Me Coming—in 1998 and scored a sizeable hit with "Westside." Half a dozen solid records followed, plus countless collaborations with everyone from RBL Posse and The Outlawz to Swizz Beatz and C-Bo. He was signed to Cash Money for a while and worked extensively with The Hot Boys and Big Tymers. Legendary is TQ's eighth album. It finds him still delivering his unique brand of streetwise R&B, singing about a life of crime on joints like "The Pusher" and the Curtis Mayfield–inspired "Bad Man" (featuring Mystikal), plus lustier jams like "Head." Slick beats abound, and rock-inspired guitars liven up several tracks. Don't miss the stuttering, futuristic opener, "No Better Love," with Gilly the Kid.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After getting his start in the early '90s with the group Coming of Age, the Compton-born crooner TQ (short for Terrance Quaites) dropped his first solo album—the Mike Mosley–produced They Never Saw Me Coming—in 1998 and scored a sizeable hit with "Westside." Half a dozen solid records followed, plus countless collaborations with everyone from RBL Posse and The Outlawz to Swizz Beatz and C-Bo. He was signed to Cash Money for a while and worked extensively with The Hot Boys and Big Tymers. Legendary is TQ's eighth album. It finds him still delivering his unique brand of streetwise R&B, singing about a life of crime on joints like "The Pusher" and the Curtis Mayfield–inspired "Bad Man" (featuring Mystikal), plus lustier jams like "Head." Slick beats abound, and rock-inspired guitars liven up several tracks. Don't miss the stuttering, futuristic opener, "No Better Love," with Gilly the Kid.

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