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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While in LA for his Anticipation 2our stop this past Friday - Trey brought out J. Cole to perform their collab "Can't Get Enough" off of J. Cole's album "Cole World: The Sideline Story". You can download the track on iTunes here.
Trey Songz has been walking with a rapper's swag ever since his 2005 debut I Gotta Make It so when the Virginia vocalist dropped his hip-hop mixtape #LemmeHolDatBeat in 2010, it didn't come as a surprise. This past November when Trigga Trey returned with his second rap mixtape, #LemmeHolDatBeat2, he made it clear that he takes his bars seriously.
The DJ Drama-helmed tape begins with Songz paying homage to hip-hop's fallen over "Jackin' for Beats." Over the course of three minutes and 41 seconds, Trey raps over a medley of beats popularized by the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac and Big Pun. The "Jackin' "concept was made famous by Ice Cube in 1990 on his Kill at Will EP. To prove his rap worth, Trigga glides over Biggie's "Sky's the Limit," Eazy-E's "Boyz-n-the Hood," Big L's "Put It On," Pun's "Still Not a Player" and 'Pac's "I Get Around."
Read the full post on MTV.com and watch the Mixtape Daily Clip above!
Check out the official video for "What I Be On" featuring Fabolous above! The clip was directed by Tremaine Neverson and Clifton Bell, and is off of Trey's new INEVITABLE EP available in stores and online now! Click HERE to get INEVITABLE on iTunes. Tag your tweets with #WhatIBeOn to let Trey know what you think of the new video!