TGT Hits D.C. for ‘Three Kings’ Release and March on Washington

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Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese hit the studio with WPGC's DJ Flexx, to promote their new album "Three Kings". (WPGC 95.5)

Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese hit the studio with WPGC’s DJ Flexx, to promote their new album “Three Kings”. (WPGC 95.5)

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LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — What happens when three R&B, top-charting artists get together? The revival of R&B happens.

Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank — now known as TGT — hit the studio with WPGC’s DJ Flexx to discuss their new album, “Three Kings”, Friday.

All R&B crooners in their own right, the men collaborated for five years on a 17-song album that they claim will save the R&B genre.

“R&B has lost its way, it’s lost its true foundation,” Tank says. “There’s no more real love associated to R&B.”

During the interview Tyrese explained in his excitement of the release, he’s barely slept.

“I’ve been up for what seems like three days, ” Tyrese said. “I’ve been so emotional and just excited about this album, it’s been five years in the making.”

His lack of sleep could explain his collapse during a performance at The Park nightclub, Friday night.

The trio also spoke to Flexx about the importance of Saturday’s March on Washington 50th Anniversary celebration.

“For him [Martin Luther King, Jr.] to have a vision and a dream beyond the reality of where he was and his exact circumstances, 50 years ago,” Tyrese said. “Says a whole lot about the power of foresight.”

TGT performed Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” at the Lincoln Memorial, Saturday.

“We didn’t have the opportunity to be a part of this 50 years ago, now’s our chance.”

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