40 Songs, 2 Hours 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Were you in need of a 40-song, three-volume collection of impeccably produced baby-making music that opens with a minute of straight-up porn audio? (The answer, friends, is yes. Always yes.) Then Terius Nash, reigning master of the intersection between breathtakingly tender and insatiably horny R&B, has got your back. Over Ménage à Trois’ remarkably captivating two-and-a-half-hour runtime, Nash stretches out and gets real comfortable: On the slinky, silky “Challenger,” he does the absolute most to steal a girl from her deadbeat boyfriend, and on “Pull Out,” he borrows subtly from trap cadences for a salacious ode to…dubious modes of family planning, shall we say? In short, the thing’s an R-rated blockbuster; there’s no other songwriter who can pull off Nash’s signature blend of sweetness, pettiness, humor, and straight-up raunch with something resembling subtlety. If he’s not in your conversation for current King of R&B, you’re probably going to want to rethink that.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Were you in need of a 40-song, three-volume collection of impeccably produced baby-making music that opens with a minute of straight-up porn audio? (The answer, friends, is yes. Always yes.) Then Terius Nash, reigning master of the intersection between breathtakingly tender and insatiably horny R&B, has got your back. Over Ménage à Trois’ remarkably captivating two-and-a-half-hour runtime, Nash stretches out and gets real comfortable: On the slinky, silky “Challenger,” he does the absolute most to steal a girl from her deadbeat boyfriend, and on “Pull Out,” he borrows subtly from trap cadences for a salacious ode to…dubious modes of family planning, shall we say? In short, the thing’s an R-rated blockbuster; there’s no other songwriter who can pull off Nash’s signature blend of sweetness, pettiness, humor, and straight-up raunch with something resembling subtlety. If he’s not in your conversation for current King of R&B, you’re probably going to want to rethink that.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
112 Ratings

112 Ratings

Boats99 ,

Solid

I have always enjoyed the dream and the music he produces and this album is no different. People keep complaining about the substance but I’ve made 4 kids off of this music and that’s what it’s there for. If you want more substance read a book, if you want to chill and listen to some baby making music, purchase the album. Radio killa!

Meme87016 ,

Classic

On repeat at least once a day in my car

Boywonder20 ,

Nothing Else Compares

Nothing else compares to this album.

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