With nicknames like "Mr. Steal Your Girl," which he gave himself, and "Sex Inventor," which we gave him, Trey Songz the musician can often get lost in the shuffle. All nicknames aside, the "Say Aah" is actually a bona fide hitmaker, whether solo or adding infections hooks to songs by artists like Drake, whom he frequently collaborates with.
In this Buzzworthy Blog video interview, we get to know the man behind the nicknames a little better. Trey talks about his recent, some would say star-making, MTV Unplugged performance.
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Trey Songz has established himself as a beloved R&B artist, but the singer said it wasn't until his last project, Ready, that he began to feel like he had ascended to star status.
"I definitely feel that that album was what I thought it was. Before even the masses got it or anybody heard it, I felt like it was a defining album in an artist's career," he told MTV News. "Because even before that album, I had a couple hits, I had top 10 records, but those were songs. I had hit songs but I wasn't a hit artist.
Trey Songz turned New York's Beacon Theatre into his own private "Sex Room" on Thursday. It was just him and a sea of adoring women who erupted into orgasmic screams at even the slightest gesture: a shirt button come undone, a lingering gaze. Oh, did he ask, you, the single girl who came date-less to this first of two final stops on his Passion, Pain & Pleasure tour, if he could be your boyfriend for the night? Cue shrieking girls.
The R&B prince seemed to have no trouble finding that, um, special spot, kicking off the rollicking concert with the audacious "I Invented Sex," before slowing
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