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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Jermaine Dupri is spearheading a new version of a classic song, and just like "We Are the World," it's another Quincy Jones tune.
JD has called on Usher, Robin Thicke, Tyrese and Trey Songz to cover Jones' 1989 hit "The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)." The original version starred seductive vocalists James Ingram, Al B. Sure, El DeBarge and the incomparable Barry White.
Right before the NBA All-Star Game, Dupri talked about his and his team's rendition.
"It took a minute for me to even think about touching it," JD admitted. "It's a couple of components in that record that you don't wanna touch — Barry White being one of the main components. I had to leave him [on the song]. There's nobody out there in the world that's got a voice like his or even sounded the way he sounded. So I had to make sure I could leave that. It's gonna be interesting for y'all to hear how these young guys sound mixed in with him."