Trey Songz is a Grammy-nominated, multi-faceted singer-songwriter, rapper, producer and actor. He was once praised by the late Atlantic Records founder, Ahmet Ertegun, as "among the most promising R&B artists we have had on Atlantic since we started the company 60 years ago." His newest album, "CHAPTER V," features "Heart Attack" and "2 Reasons (feat. T.I.)".
Trey's other top singles include multi-platinum hit "Bottoms Up (feat. Nicki Minaj)," #1 single "Can't Be Friends," "Can't Help But Wait," Fabolous-assisted "Say Aah" and the sultry "Invented Sex."
In 2010, Songz founded the "Angels With Heart Foundation," which started as a call to arms, to engage his fan club, Trey's Angels, and has since turned into a worldwide movement. Trey encourages members of Trey's Angels to give back and have a positive impact in their neighborhood through community service, supporting local charities and random acts of kindness.
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Before he embarks on his Anticipation 2our headlining trek next month, Trey Songz hopes to put the finishing touches on "Chapter V," the full-length follow-up to 2010's "Passion, Pain & Pleasure."
"I'm finishing the album now, actually," the R&B author of hits like "Bottoms Up" and "Say Aah" tells Billboard.com. "I'm currently in Miami, and I have one more week until [tour] rehearsals, so that's when I switch to full 'tour mode'. The tour's been very prevalent in my mind, but the record and making sure the album's complete have been on my mind as well."
Songz started work on "Chapter V" last June and hunkered down in the studio over the past month and a half to focus on his fifth studio album. The singer does not have a time frame for the album's release, but believes that the finished disc will offer a change of pace.
Trey Songz bowed his Love Faces Tour on Friday night (2/11) with a steamy, sold-out show in the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Lloyd, playing for the first time with a live band, warmed things up with an uptempo opening set. Whether you were cuffed up or on the prowl, it's hard to imagine there was a better way to kick off a heart-racing Valentine's Day weekend. MTV.com re-live's the evening's six sexiest moments.
Trey Twirls A Tender 'Roni' Back in 1989, Virginia-born Tremaine Neverson was a 5-year-old army brat, still years from ascending the Billboard charts under the nom de stage Trey Songz. Instead, another crooner known for flashing his granite-hard abs was ruling the airwaves: Bobby Brown.
The ex-New Edition singer dropped the now-vintage video for "Roni" that year and it featured live-show footage of Brown — shirtless in silky "Hammer" pants and a heavy gold chain — going waist-to-gyrating-waist with a swooning concertgoer. ("I guess this is why I got arrested, hunh?" he jokes to the audience.)
On Friday, a woman named Simone became the envy of about 5,000 panting women as Songz, channeling the onetime King of R&B, pulled her from the crowd for an onstage dance to "Love Faces." He removed her coat. He caressed her. His lips brushed her neck. Hearts exploded.
While in CA for the OMG Tour stop on Friday, Trey hit up the BEST BUY in Oakland to sign autographs for some lucky fans! Check out Trey with a few Best Buy employees above, and visit the PHOTO section for more pics from the event!