Adding to his legacy with R&B group 112, Q. Parker better known as Q looks forward to issuing his brand of real R&B music and that’s “Real Talk.” “I never want to escape the mark of 112. It’s because of 112 that I have been able to be in a position to do solo records” says Parker who is looking forward to leaving a solo mark on R&B with his debut project “Real Talk.” Parker along with Slim of the hit group 112 (“Peaches & Cream,” “U Already Know”) is set to release a solo project soon. “I was always named the sex symbol of the group, even though I believe everybody had their own sex appeal. But when it came to sing the sexy suggestive lyric â that’s when my number was called” says the singer who also called himself the mediator of the group that scored multiple hits during the late 90s into the early 2000s. Led by the single “Crazy, Crazy,” Parker’s album “Real Talk” becomes his first independent project and also first project under his label NeWFAM Entertainment. Citing being real and authentic for his fans Parker says “This is a “real talk” album because I’m talking about real experiences, real issues, real fantasy.” Putting finishing touches on his effort and preparing its release, Parker, who also wrote Keyshia Cole’s hit “I Should Have Cheated,” has not given up on 112 and says the group is very much together with plans to release another album in the future. For now the singer/songwriter and the remainder of the group are focused on standing alone with their solo efforts. “We’re getting ready to show the world that we’re capable.” Listen to Q. Parker’s “Crazy, Crazy” here. Source: C. Perry/BlogCritics
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