Trey Songz is looking to put his knowledge and experience to good use as he continues to grow as an artist and business man. The R&B heartthrob has announced a new partnership with Artists Publishing Group, founded by industry executive Mike Caren, to discover and nurture songwriters, producers and artists.
Trey Songz finds it too hard to maintain not one but two relationships in the emotional music video for “What’s Best for You,” off his chart-topping album Trigga. In the cinematic clip, which debuted on Twitter, the R&B heartthrob juggles two relationships at the same time. He appears completely in love with both ladies, but in the end, he is left in an empty bed.
“I want what’s best for you, but I don’t want you to leave / It’s not about what I want, but it’s all about what you need,” sings Trey.
Last week, he and Chris Brown shocked the world when they announced a co-headlining tour for this fall.
Watch Trey loose it all in the video below!
Following last month’s kickball game, Chris Brown and Quincy teamed up to host a charity flag football game at Jack Kemp Stadium at Occidental College in L.A. on Saturday.
Team Breezy, which included Game, Wale, Tyga, Trey Songz, Bow Wow, and Omarion, defeated Team Quincy 42-21.
Despite reports that they broke up, Chris was seen cozying up to his on-again-off-again girlfriend Karrueche, who was all smiles as Chris put his arms around her. He later posted an Instagram photo of them together in the car.
At the end of the game, Missouri native Nelly got on the mic and asked everyone to put their hands up and say “Don’t Shoot” in protest of the police shooting that left unarmed teenager Michael Brown dead in Ferguson, Mo. Chris, Bow Wow, Trey, Lil Mama, Wale, and the rest of the stadium stood in solidarity with their hands up.
“If anybody can sympathize with what my city is going through, it’s this city of L.A. right now on so many levels,” said Nelly, who was wearing a #MikeBrown tank top. “So for that respect alone, I’m asking you, I’m begging you, and I’m pleading for you to just raise your hands for a second.”
Check out pics and footage from the game and powerful moment below:
Drake once again put on for his city as he brought the stars out for the 5th Annual OVO Fest. The Canadian superstar shared the stage with Lauryn Hill, Usher, Trey Songz, 50 Cent, J. Cole and more during Monday’s three-hour event at Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
Jhené Aiko opened the show, making way for the first big surprise of the evening, Ms. Lauryn Hill. The Fugees frontwoman performed “Killing Me Softly,” “Fu-Gee-La,” and “Ready or Not” before a bowing Drake showed up to perform a mash-up of “Draft Day” and “Doo Wop (That Thing).”
“I gotta hug my mom before I do this show because it’s the fifth year,” he said (according to Billboard) before his mother Sandi Graham took the stage in a wheelchair.
“If you’ve been a fan of music or a fan of Drake, I want to take you back tonight,” he said before taking a trip down memory lane, starting with his 2009 mixtape So Far Gone.
Trey Songz joined him for “Successful” and “Na Na.” “I promise you my career as a human being would be nowhere without this guy,” Drake said of the R&B crooner.
PARTYNEXTDOOR and DJ Khaled were up next, followed by Tinashe and YG, who performed “Who Do You Love?”
“This is probably gonna be one of the best moments in OVO history, so make some mothafuckin’ noise,” said Drake as Usher emerged to perform “Climax,” “Confessions Pt. II,” “Lovers and Friends,” “U Don’t Have to Call,” and “Good Kisser.”
Drake also announced that the two have collaborated on Usher’s upcoming album, due this fall, and asks his friend to show off his signature slide dance. “From ‘My Way’ to ‘8701,’ I used to swing a chain around my neck,” Drake recalls, “I had the Sean Johns on, I had the roller-skating shoes on. Can we just slide walk for a second, you still got it?”
Check out all the video footage below!
JayBeatz never disappoints!
He’s back with a brand new mashup for your ears and collection. Using Trey Songz‘s “All We Do” from his latest album Trigga and rising songstress Mila J‘s single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up” this mashup will surely have you feeling some type of way!
Take a listen after the jump.
Even though overall record sales are the lowest they’ve been in years, Trey Songz landed his second No. 1 album on the Billboard chart, selling over 100,000 copies the first week.
During a recent interview on “The Russ Parr Morning Show” the R&B heartthrob talked about what grabs fans attention enough to want to buy an album. He shared why he was successful and gave his opinion on what he thinks made Trigga a success.
Check out the clip below:
Trey Songz is celebrating as he has secured his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with his sixth studio album Trigga. The set, which was released on July 1, debuts atop the list this week selling 105,000 copies in the week ending July 6, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Over the July 4th holiday weekend Sevyn Streeter celebrated her 28th birthday while in New Orleans for the Essence Music Festival.
Friends, family and fellow artists joined the R&B singer at Muriel’s Reasturant to eat, drink and party. Sevyn was joined by the likes of Trey Songz, Tank, Raheem DeVaughn, Kenny Burns and more at the private birthday bash.
After the meal each shared some special words for Sevyn, and she was serenaded by Tank and Trey as they wished her a Happy Birthday.
Check out the photos below:
Eric Bellinger is bringing gifts today as he releases the second of three official remixes to his hot single “I Don’t Want Her.” Following the first remix, which featured Ma$e, Eric recruits his R&B brother Trey Songz for a fresh take on the Kriss Kross-sampled jam.
“Trey delivered an awesome remix,” says Eric. “He’s an amazingly talented artist. We’ve been talking about working together for a while, so this remix could be the start of more things to come.” Additionally, Eric helped co-write three songs on Trey’s new album Trigga (“Disrespectful,” “Love Around The World,” “Serial”).
Next week, the final of the three “I Don’t Want Her” remixes will be released, and the following week, Eric will debut the music video for his next single “Kiss Goodnight” featuring Kid Ink.
Hear their brand new collabo below:
Trey Songz brought his sexy songs to late night TV on Tuesday, as he returned to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to perform cuts off his brand new album Trigga, in stores now.
Taking to the outdoor stage the R&B heartthrob had the crowd partying to his hot club singles “Na Na” and “Foreign.” Backed by his full band Trey showed why he’s been so consistent over the years.
But, it was his surprise skit with Jimmy that really had everyone singing along. With “Na Na” being such a big hit, Jimmy felt it might be necessary to help some older folks understand the slang and lyrics of the catchy song. As Trey slowly sang the words, Jimmy translated them to the audience in general terms.
Check out all the clips below: