Omarion and Chris Brown are joining the ranks of Keyshia Cole and Kelly Rowland thanks to Grammy nominated R&B singer/songwriter Tank. Tank, at work on the follow up to 2007s Grammy-nominated “Sex, Love & Pain,” confirmed that he is indeed working on anticipated albums from Omarion and Brown Tuesday. Speaking as a special guest on the Steve Harvey Morning Show, Tank mentioned the duo and specifically referred to bringing something “new” to the table with Omarion. As previously reported on Singersroom, Omarion has signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money label, where he joins recently signed entertainer Drake. While a title or specific song was not confirmed by Tank, the former “Maybe I Deserve” singer confirmed that he is working in the studio with Omarion and is set to work with Chris Brown (“Graffiti”) next. When asked about his own album, Tank told listeners ‘hopefully by the end of this year’. In addition to credits on “Forever In A Day” from BET Award winning group Day 26, Tank has released three studio albums including the 2001 debut “Force of Nature” and 2002s “One Man”.
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