This is a lesson for hip hop groups whose members sound too alike. Here we have three, not superstars exactly, but established veterans, who have together distinction and varying vocal ability. Tyrese is more of an actor these days, but still puts out an album every now and again. Ginuwine is probably the most well known (in terms of music), has been around the longest and stands out on a number of songs, and Tank has been as much a producer/writer as a singer over his career, producing some songs on this album as well.
The album itself takes it back to what I like. In an age where some of the most popular R&B has become one paced/boring, this is just ballads. It begins well, slows down a bit in the middle and then finishes at a fast pace with some of the best the album has to offer. It seems like the trend of pointless interludes has continued here though. These feature a women speaking some indistinguishable language for most of it. If you like any of these artist's solo work, R. Kelly, Boys 2 Men, Dru Hill, basically any ballad/slow R&B of the '90s really, this is worth checking out. There are many songs I'd be happy to hear over and over again.
Best Tracks: I Need, Next Time Around, Running Back, Burn Out, Tearing It Down, Our House