They Never Saw Me Coming - TQ Reviews
Description:Genre: R&B & Soul / Artist: TQ / Audio CD released 2000-07-19 at SONY
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by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
The Compton, California-raised R&B singer was unique in the fat that with his debut, "They Never Saw Me Coming" saw TQ taking R&B in a new direction by performing songs which essential took on what Gangsta Rap acts out of the West Coast had to say, and sung it, to show that there are other ways to express this without having to enter into the Hip Hop world. 1. "Change" (Intro) 2. "Westside" This was his breakthrough single and it saw him blazing through with a killer R&B hit for the late nineties. It finds that he does an anthem for those out on the West Coast of the US (Cali in particular) with ... Read the complete review
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