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New Music: Trey Songz - Foreign

on May 13, 2014 - 09:42AM

Listen to Trey’s new track “Foreign” in the player above! The track is off of Trey’s new album TRIGGA, which arrives on July 1st! Pre-order TRIGGA on iTunes now to get an instant download of “Foreign” plus “Na Na”, “SmartPhones” and the new track “Change Your Mind”!


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Pre-Order TRIGGA on iTunes!

on May 12, 2014 - 11:09PM

Head over to iTunes NOW to pre-order Trey’s highly anticipated new album TRIGGA, before it arrives on July 1st! When you pre-order you’ll get an instant download of “Na Na”, “SmartPhones” and the brand new tracks “Foreign” and “Change Your Mind”!

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TRIGGA Album Artwork & Release Date Revealed!

on May 12, 2014 - 09:30AM

Trey revealed the album artwork for his new album TRIGGA in his “SmartPhones” mobile web app this past weekend! Trey also announced TRIGGA will be released this summer on July 1st 2014! TRIGGA includes the hit tracks "Na Na" and "SmartPhones."

There pre-order for TRIGGA begins 5/13 on iTunes.

Check out the app HERE for more exclusive and personal content from Trey.
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NEW VIDEO: Trey Songz - 'SmartPhones"

on May 10, 2014 - 01:31PM

Check out Trey's new visual for "SmartPhones" above! The video was directed by Trey and Gil Green, and premiered HERE in Trey's new mobile web app. Use the code 7114 to access additional exclusive content from Trey!

Watch the explicit version here:

"SmartPhones" is off of Trey's new album TRIGGA - which arrives on 7/1/14!

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on May 10, 2014 - 01:20PM

Your phone may be smart, but you may not be if you're caught doing something on the temptation-filled gadget that could jeopardize a relationship.

That's the theme in R&B singer Trey Songz's new track, "SmartPhones," in which he uses quite the self-loathing line: "Smartphones, dumb sh*t."

"These phones are so smart in all that they do, that it's like they're an extension of our brain, but what they can't do is always prevent human error and human nature," Songz told Mashable. "The mistakes that we as humans make, the relationships that we make and we break, no amount of technology can save."