I love me some Tyrese and his new single, “Shame” is my jam… but that’s not all he’s working on. Find out more on his latest collaboration via eurweb.com below.
Tyrese Gibson is bringing a more serious and dramatic side to his music in a trailer for a short film inspired by his latest single “Shame.”
Tyrese released the trailer on Tuesday (June 16). Produced by Denzel Washington and directed by video producer Paul Hunter, the “Shame” short film features Tyrese as a conflicted family man who apparently wants to do right by his wife, played by Jennifer Hudson, but ends up doing wrong,
“Father God, thank you. Thank you for my wife, the most patient and beautiful woman in the world,” the singer-actor says in a scene that finds him and his family gathered around the dinner table.
As the trailer continues, viewers discover that Gibson’s character is a member of a musical act that includes two women. However, the life he has with one of the women is filled with drama as an argument between the pair quickly turns physical when Gibson’s character jumps out of his chair and slams Hudson’s character against a wall.
The release of the “Shame” short film trailer comes as the single remains at number two spot on the Billboard charts for nearly six weeks. “Shame” is among the songs included on Gibson’s upcoming album “Black Rose,” which is said to be his last solo project, according to MadamNoire.