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The first three albums by Tank are now available through Blackground Records

Tank’s first three albums have been re-released to streaming platforms via Barry Hankerson’s Blackground Records 2.0 today (Sept. 17).

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Tank’s first three albums have been re-released to streaming platforms via Barry Hankerson’s Blackground Records 2.0 today (Sept. 17). This includes Maryland’s debut album Force of Nature, which received a Gold certification in 2001 and featured the hit single “Maybe I Deserve.” Among Tank’s discography, fans can also enjoy 2002’s One Man, which featured collaborations with Jazze Pha, Mannie Fresh, and Sparkle, as well as Love & Pain, 2007’s Sex, which is considered to be one of his finest albums. In addition to his win for Best R&B Album, Sex, Love & Pain was nominated for a Grammy at the 50th Grammy Awards for his soulful ballad “Please Don’t Go.” 

Two piano-led EPs, While You Wait and Worth The Wait, released last year under Tank’s own R&B Money label. He had previously released his ninth studio album ELEVATION, which included 14 cuts as well as contributions from Carvena Jones, Omari Hardwick, JoJo, Candice Boyd, Keith Sweat, Luke James, Rahky, Chris Brown, and more. Additionally to his own work, Tank has also contributed to the works of Q Parker, Rotimi, and Ye Ali and among others. “Can’t Let It Show,” Tank’s latest track, was released in February, a sign that a new full-length project may be on the way. 

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