Trey Songz released his surprise project Intermission I & II earlier today, but that’s not all. The R&B heartthrob keeps the music coming with his new single “About You” off his upcoming album TRIGGA Reloaded. Mr. Steal Your Girl calls the ladies to the dance floor on the feel-good jam, which features a sample of Carly Simon’s ’70s classic “You’re So Vain.”
“I bet you think this song is about you, don’t you?” sings Trey over the tinkering production.
TRIGGA Reloaded drops June 23.
Put yourself into the “About You” artwork: http://treysongz.com/aboutyou
Top athletes, entertainers and business leaders were inducted into Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) Alumni Hall of Fame on Wednesday May 13, 2015. Since its inception more than 100 years ago, BGCA has provided kids of all backgrounds with the opportunity to grow and realize their dreams. To celebrate the accomplishments of former Boys & Girls Club members, BGCA annually recognizes distinguished alumni during the organization’s annual National Conference being held in Chicago in 2015.
Growing up in a military family, Tremaine Neverson, better known as Trey Songz, moved from Virginia to Florida with his family when his stepfather was transferred. Boys & Girls Club of Panama City helped him adapt to his new environment. While he enjoyed singing, Songz never considered performing publicly until friends convinced him to enter a talent contest when he was 14. After graduating from high school, Songz landed a deal with Atlantic Records. He released his first album in 2005 under the name Trey Songz. Over the past decade, he has been nominated for multiple Grammy awards, and won two Soul Train Awards. His latest album, “Trigga,” debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. Additionally, Songz founded the Songz 4 Peace Foundation to help curb youth violence by spreading a positive message to young people in communities nationwide.
It seems that Trey Songz has a few surprises up his sleeve this year! Last month, instead of getting Trigga:Reloaded, the re-release of Trigga, we we’re treated to Intermission! And just hours ago, Trey released Intermission, along with Intermission II, on iTunes! Check it out now! You won’t be disappointed!
02. Don’t Play
04. Do It Now
05. Talk About It
07. How Could You Forget
12. Hard Times
Just hours ago, St. Louis recording artist, JR tweeted the link to his new song, “Nasty,” which features R&B singer, Trey Songz. Check it out below.
Jennifer Lopez and Trey Songz team up for their new single “What You Mean To Me” from the forthcoming compilation album for the Broadway musical Finding Neverland.
The first time collaboration finds Trey and Jenny professing undying love to one another on the 30-second snippet J.Lo released on Twitter Tuesday (May 12).
The record, which will hit iTunes June 9, also features guest spots from other artists including Zendaya, Sage The Gemini, Rita Ora and Academy Award winner John Legend.
Finding Neverland follows the story of author J.M. Barrie, and the power of imagination as he pens the famous fairy tale Peter Pan.
Listen to the snippet.
— Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) May 12, 2015
Omarion recruits a team of all-star players for the remix to his Sex Playlist hit “Post to Be.” The R&B crooner swaps out Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko for DeJ Loaf, Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign, and Rick Ross. Over the bouncy beat, DeJ kills her opening verse with some sexually-explicit rhymes.
“If your ni**a come close to me, I’ma make him eat this pussy appropriately / Like, hmm, Cheerios, la la / Put that Foxy Brown in his face / Ill Na Na / Fuck the rumors, got the hos with me / I’m a pimp by blood, ain’t no coachin’ me,” boasts the Detroit MC.
Trigga confiscates cell phones (“I don’t need no hos exposing me”) and references Jhené’s “booty like groceries” line, Ty blows some trees, and the Bawse caps it off with “Free Gucci Mane!”
Re-up with the remix.
Bebe Rexha tells an amazing story about how she was kissed by Trey Songz, then denies him.
Two weeks ago we met Trey Songz, in Paris for his concert with Nicki Minaj at the Zénith. Often called “the world’s most sexy singer”, 2015 is his year. After his album Trigga pushed its way to the top position on the charts from the first week of its release last June, he is now on a world tour.
Between anecdotes about his childhood, R.Kelly and Stevie Wonder, Trey Songz talks to us about business strategy, the latent racism of the music industry, the difficulties artists come into today – even someone of his stature – to make it in the music business in the US.
Hello ladies, Trey Songz is not letting you take a break, he is back with a surprising new mixtape that holds exclusively fresh songs. This mixtape is titled Intermission. Intermission is defined as “The act of suspending activity temporarily.” Let your imagination run wild as you think about what he is putting on hold so he can deal with you first. This gentleman is not resting, his most recent album Trigga was highly successful and we are still heavily enjoying the songs off it. As if that was not enough, he also recently released “Slow Motion,” an exceedingly magnificent song accompanied with an even more magnificent video. Now he is here again for you with Intermission.
Trey Songz knows how to deal with his biggest group of fan—the ladies of course; this mixtape demonstrates that quite distinctly. It may be oblivious, but the fellows are the biggest beneficiaries of Trey’s music. If you do not know what I mean, the next time she comes around, let Trey’s music be the only sound coming through your speakers–you’ll thank me later.
Intermission is every bit the hype it is getting on social media all over the world. To start it off, Trey Songz brings back his charismatic introductions. The intro on this mixtape will have you wishing you were one of the people in the audience at that concert. It is builds the right amount of excitement for the rest of the 5 songs on the mixtape.
These 5 songs are baby-makers from the man that knows how to make the divine act sound a lot more interesting. The vividness in the lyrics on this mixtape is as good as Trey Songz always delivers: he describes a scene and you can draw an accurate mental picture. I must commend the consistence he has displayed on all his projects with such vividness; it is undisputed and Trey Songz only gets better.
“Don’t Play” is the second song (counting the intro as the first song), and Trey Songz is asking her if she’s in or out. He is ready to make love and he would like to know her stand. The honesty on this song reminds me of “Smartphones,” where he does not pretend and straight up tells us that he is going to run to her and lie right to her face. The same level of dangerous honesty is displayed here, he tells her not to play and make it clear whether she’s in or not, because he has a lot of girls that would love to take her place; only Trey Songz can do that and get away with it.
The third song is titled “Boss,” where he is giving her what she wants. She has always wanted to be with a boss, and Trey Songz is treating her to the boss life, his life. It doesn’t matter what it costs, what she wants he’s got it, what she needs, he’s got it. He is prepared to do her right and if she stays the night, she will surely “get it” right. What could be better than that? The boss life, perfective baby-making and the man behind all this is Trey Songz. I can tell you what ladies,nothing; nothing could be better for you.
“Good Girls vs. Bad Girls” is reality check that comes in as track number four. “Bad girls ain’t never been good for me / good girls ain’t never been enough for me / Bad girls ain’t never been good to me / good girls ain’t never been enough for me,” is what Trey Songz is complaining about on this song. The reality in this is all too real. Good girls for some yet to be known reason are never really enough, they leave one wanting more unless, she is “the one.” Bad girls on the other hand are fun to be with but they are not good for you. They come with cheating and heartache and treating you like she’s doing you a favor. Trey tells his tale on “Good Girls vs. Bad Girls.”
When dealing with women, there are things that you are never really ready to talk about and you are not the only one, even Trey Songz deals with this. “Talk about it” the second last song on the mixtape is about that. “My mind is so heavy and time doesn’t let me think about sh*t / so much stress in my life that am holding it inside / then i think about this /she saying we ain’t got to talk about it, if I don’t want to talk about it / but if I want to talk about it, she’s all ears,” he sings.
“Listen, you got to stop blaming yourself…” is the intro to the last song titled “Change.” You just might have lived long enough to hear “Mr. Steal your Girl” confess to wanting to change his ways, but with all the games aside, he is willing to change for her. She doesn’t have to change, he does. He takes the blame because he knows it’s his and she has got to stop blaming herself. She has been there from the start and now he is ready to change for her; she deserves it. She has held on long enough and has been broken hearted, yet she still forgives him. Well, now “Mr. Steal your Girl” is willing to change for her and this isn’t a hoax, “it’s true,” which is something you’ll hear him claim in the song.
What can I say? Intermission is another Trey Songz master creation. If the songs must be few, let them be exceptionally delivered. Trey Songz’ music has surmounted almost all of the other R&B music out there about the same things he sings about. This can only be done by an artist that has reinvented his talent and used it to the best of his abilities. Will this mixtape leave you wanting more? Of course it will. But you’ll be too engaged in these awesome songs, that feeling may not cross your mind more than twice. Trey Songz is on a continuous exhibition of growth and perfection, which has given us outstanding music over the years.
Intermission shows off all the things that makes Trey Songz the undisputed R&B artist when it comes to vividly appealing to his audiences with what he delivers. It is spectacular, his vocals are flawless and he is once again unstoppable. The competition in the industry is aggressively creative and in this war, only the brave shall survive: Trey Songz employed heavy artillery with this mixtape with an additional five weapons in his arsenal as he takes over the industry.
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