Release Date: 2013-02-12
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TQ’s Legendary album saw him dig even further into his songwriting depths. This album solidified TQ as a songwriter above all else and came with a level of maturity in its production and performance that we hadn’t yet heard in his previous work.The lead single “Bad Man” featured Mystikal and was produced by Mannie Fresh. The video debuted on BET and the single received radio airplay in the US and abroad. TQ began working with a new band “The Young Mores” whose live instrumentation was featured all over the album. It also featured verses from Gillie The Kid and Mikkey Halsted.

“This was my favorite album actually… I was in the right place across the board when I recorded it and I worked with a ton of talented musicians. “Badman” was probably my favorite video too. Man we clowned bad at that shoot lol… It was long and tedious with the high speed chase and costumes and all but it came together well.


Album Review

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 Gillie the Kid.
- - iTunes Review