It appears Musiq saw that a formulaic bass-heavy club- and/or bedroom-centric jammy jam a day keeps the bill collectors at bay.
Girls with a big guy who’s in the Roman Catholic heritage as members of the public.
The album entered the Billboard 200 chart at number eight, selling 34,000 copies in its first week.
As of 2016, the album has sold over 111,000 copies.
The artist formerly known as Taalib Johnson and Musiq Soulchild is now to be known as…. The Husel was born in response to what he feels is a valley in the popularity of his style of R&B.
As in, “The Hustle.” In complete and total straight-faced seriousness. This man’s dedication to differentiation is so strong that the hit-making brand he spent almost fifteen years building has been reduced to “the other guy.” He now rarely utters the name “Musiq Soulchild,” eschewing comparisons and mentions of his past. His new incarnation is dedicated to the grind, the hustle.