If you're interested in being a part of Trey's Angels With Heart Foundation, join the first official AWH Mission - to get your gently used dresses & accessories and take them down your local prom dress donation centers. Click HERE to find a location in your city.
AWH wants to see you out there in your communities making a difference so please take plenty of pictures and video, upload them to youtube, post them on your tumblr pages, twitter, and Facebook with the tag #MyAWHchallenge. AWH will also be accepting photos and video at email@example.com.
For any foundation related questions or concerns regarding this mission and future ones please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
VA Area Angels!
Angels in the Virginia area who would like to Volunteer in order to fit the young ladies receiving the dresses may do so April 14th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Fitting will take place at the Chester Field Towne Center. 11500 Midlothian Turnpike, Bon Air, VA 23235. If you would like to volunteer please email your information to email@example.com.
Posted April 04, 2012 by Webcrew
Posted April 03, 2012 by Webcrew
Posted March 27, 2012 by Webcrew
Attention all members of TreySongz.com!
We’ve made a few upgrades to the site. Not to worry, all member profiles, photos, videos and comments are still here.
One thing we’ll need all members to do is reset their profiles. There are 2 ways to do this:
Check your inbox
- All members will receive an email with instructions on how to reclaim their account. Simply follow the instructions inside.
Reclaim it now
- If you haven’t received an email yet, you can visit the reset password page.
- Enter the email address you use to log in to the site, and click “Email new password”.
- Check your inbox and follow the instructions.
Note: You only need to reset your password ONCE. If you do it now, you can ignore the email when it arrives in your inbox.
Read more about the changes at our Frequently Asked Questions thread here.
Trey is set to perform at Nova Southeastern University in Florida on Saturday, March 17th! To get tickets for this show, call the number listed below or you can get them at the box office. Location details below!
Nova Southeastern University
Don Taft Center
3301 College Ave
Ft. Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314
To Purchase Tickets:
Buy over the phone or In Person at the Box Office.
Venue Box Office: 954-262-5557
Posted March 09, 2012 by Web Crew
Head over to Spin.com to listen to the premiere of Waka Flocka Flame's new single, "I Don't Really Care" featuring Trey Songz (produced by upstart Skyy Stylez and R&B vet Troy Taylor). The track is off of Flocka's forthcoming second album, Triple F Life: Friends, Fans and Family, due in mid-April.
Last night, when Trey performed before nearly 5,000 people at Atlanta's historic Fox Theater, Mr. Steal Your Girl's adopted hometown welcomed him with a cavalcade of R&B/hip-hop stars — Kelly Rowland, Keri Hilson, Wale, Fabolous, and, of course, T.I., a.k.a., the Kaaang. But the show was also a knighting of sorts, as Songz' youngest guest — Flocka, just back from a sojourn to Paris where he hung with Kanye West — received the spotlight treatment, appearing to perform "I Don't Really Care" and clearly take his place as next up in the short line for Atlanta's rap throne.
Posted February 23, 2012 by Web Crew
The last half-decade has been a transitional one for contemporary R&B. One of the dominant forms of American pop music throughout the '90s and the early 2000s, the genre has since been squeezed out of pop playlists, supplanted by trendy, European-inspired dance-pop. While some of R&B's most commercially savvy singers like Usher and Chris Brown have adapted, Trojan-horsing their way onto pop radio through Euro-pop synths and club beats, Trey Songz has taken the opposite path. He's redoubled his commitment to purebred R&B, dedicating the bulk of his 2010 album Passion, Pain & Pleasure to traditional ballads and slow jams. His audience is no doubt narrower for that—even after a four-year hot streak of huge urban-radio hits, he's still only an incidental presence on Top 40 playlists—but as he sees it, he's part of a movement of R&B artists who are making the best out of the genre's diminished commercial standing.
"I think R&B is being reignited right now," he says. "You've got Miguel, who's a new guy who came with a special sound; you've got Mary J. Blige, who's always going to be on the radio; you've got The Weeknd on the underground, which has this following that's amazing; you've got Frank Ocean and his sound and his crew; and Ne-Yo, who is still around doing great music. So I think we have an opportunity to make the R&B charts look R&B again. What we really have to take responsibility for as R&B artists is ensuring that this style of music stays alive, because it's so easy to do the pop thing. It's so tempting to try to get the biggest record you can, but that's not what R&B is about right now."
Songz wasn't always an artist that fans would have pegged to become one of R&B's esteemed torchbearers. His first albums were largely unimaginative, and he was widely dismissed early in his career as an R. Kelly knock-off, but he's become a more daring, innovative singer as his star has risen. It was his free 2009 mixtape Anticipation that truly announced him as an artist with a unique vision. It didn't attract much notice at the time, but the mixtape's shadowy, spaced-out production was miles removed from the bright gloss of commercial R&B. It was an oddly prescient release, foreshadowing some of the more austere and off-kilter sounds that Drake and The Weeknd would later popularize.
"I stumbled upon this mood and I just loved the way it felt, and how soulful and deep and dark it was," Songz says. "So as I finished one song, I would sit with my producers and we would mold more songs around that mood. We ended up creating this dark, moody place. When you listen to Anticipation, you just go to that place, and you're there from the time the music starts to the time that it ends. It's seamless."
Anticipation was released as a prelude to Ready, the 2009 album that announced Songz as one of R&B's A-listers. As the singer's career took off, it seemed like the mixtape might remain a one-off fluke, but last November he followed it up with a sequel, Anticipation 2. The new mixtape expands on the warped sounds of its predecessor, while paying frequent homage to Marvin Gaye.