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  • Trey Songz is featured in the July 2010 Issue of Essence Magazine! Check out the full spread in the 'Press' section now!

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    Trey Songz enjoyed the biggest year of his career in 2009. Now, he's touring with two of the biggest rappers in the game, Jay-Z and Young Jeezy. The Blueprint 3 tour stops in New Orleans tonight, and Atlanta and Greensboro, N.C., over the weekend before hitting New York City's Madison Square Garden on March 2.

    A few weeks before the outing kicked off, Trey spoke to VIBE about his major look. "I actually had a couple tour proposals, and this one was in the best alignment with what I have going on," he said. "My 2009 career path was very urgent and very full, and I think the Blueprint 3 tour is very urgent as well, diverse crowd. And you know Jay said he need me to bring the ladies out. He got no girls."

    All jokes aside, Trey always performs well vocally but admits his showmanship on stage could use some tweaking—"My actions, just demanding the stage and demanding the audience's attention," said the singer. "Entertaining is a craft and there's no one way to do it. There's the way that suits you as an artist and I'm still exploring that."

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  • Check out Trey's cover and feature story in the March issue of Right On! Presents Black Entertainment Diaries! View the full spread in the 'Press' section!

  • Trey Songz is a few days away from gracing the stage of the BP3 Tour with Jay-Z and Young Jeezy and we're wondering how he's preparing for the tour.

    Trey's musical footprint goes back to his "Prince of Virgina" days where his mixtapes gained him notoriety for playfully matching wits with R. Kelly in 2005 during his "Trapped In The Closet" phenomenon. Three albums later, he's grown into a heart throb where his sensual creativity in Ready has charted success with hits "Say Aah", "LOL :-)", "Successful", and "I Invented Sex."

    It's obvious Trey has a lot to offer in his career, and he's excited and ready to show you fans what he's made of. We spoke to Trey to find out how he's preparing to work with Jay-Z and Young Jeezy once the tour kicks off, working with Drake, and a few other things.

    Peep the audio interview above.


  • It's 1:00 in the afternoon and R&B singer Trey Songz is doing double duty—taking care of business during a Jet magazine photo shoot in New York City. Under the intense lights, styled in an off-white jacket and tuxedo pants, Trey is seated in an oversized brown chair and the photographer asks him to pose as if he’s talking on his phone. Trey leans into his BlackBerry and starts chatting while his left hand is busy tapping his iPhone (Yes, he has two phones. ‘Don’t you?’ he asks). Read more in JET!

    And don't forget, Trey's Jet Cover hits newsstands on Monday, so make sure you pick your copy up to get the full lowdown on Trey!

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    He's known as the Prince of Virginia for a reason. Trey Songz got's vote for best dressed of the night in an all-black shawl collar tuxedo and attention to detail that could make Annie Lebovitz feel unworthy. The subtle polka dot bow tie, the pocket square, crisp patent shoes, we have the makings of a style king. Read the full post at

  • The 3rd Annual BET Honors was held at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C. on Saturday night (January 16th). Whitney Houston, Queen Latifah, and Sean “Diddy” Combs were among the people that were honored at the Gabrielle Union hosted event. The show will air on February 1 at 8pm on BET and also features performances from: Trey Songz, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J Blige, India.Arie, Patti LaBelle, Maxwell and more! Don't miss it!

  • When the curtain pulled back and the star looked in the faces of hundreds of teenagers shouting out his name, he could have been on any stage at any place in the country. But this time, it was different. The stage looked all too familiar, and even some of the people in the crowd looked familiar.

    It was, in fact, very familiar. After the many stages, the many award shows, the many appearances on national and international programs and the millions of fans, the star had come back home to Petersburg.

    For the first time in years, the star know as Trey Songz - who had skyrocketed to international fame and two Grammy nominations - had returned to where everything began. Back to the place where he could leave Trey Songz behind and just be Tremaine Aldon Neverson.

    When Trey Songz gave a surprise concert at Petersburg High School two days before Thanksgiving last year, he didn't try to hide his roots. He was proud to show them.

    "I want to let you know, I am from this city," he told the crowd in the packed auditorium. "Every time you see me on TV at some awards show or you hear me on the radio, I want you to remember that I am from this city," he said. "Anything you see me do, you can do better. Nothing is impossible, and it all starts right here at home."

    And after Trey Songz walked off that stage, after he shook hands with fans, former teachers and local officials and walked towards his proud mother, who was waiting for him wearing a smile in her face, Trey became Tremaine again. At least for the two days that he would spend at home, in Petersburg.

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