I have long been complaining about modern R&B's male singers not being something I'm used to. As in men who sound like men. Gruff, sometimes guttural, church-raised voices whose secular side can sometimes coax women out of underthings covering nether regions.All I'm saying is that I prefer Teddy Pendergrass' voice over Omarion's any day even though I like them both. Truth be told, I love Teddy more. Even though some people complained that David Banner's "Evolve" now being featured in this Gatorade commercial sounded too much like an old Negro spiritual--what's wrong with that?--I love the fact that Kermit Quinn from Blackstreet is singing like a man. The type of man's voice that I described above. While you likely have seen the commercial, be sure to peep the full-version of this song after the bounce.
David Banner feat. Kermit Quinn: "Evolve"