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MTV.com: Snoop Dogg, Trey Songz, More Remember Teddy Pendergrass

on Jan 21, 2010 - 01:30PM

"Teddy, man," Trey Songz said. "From 'Wake up Everybody' to 'Turn Off the Lights,' he made it possible in a lot of ways for guys like me. It's only right we pay our respect to him. My mother might have been conceived to some Teddy. He is the heart and soul of the music I make today. Everybody has to go at some point. It's God's will that he's gone, but we pay our respect and pay our condolences to his family and cherish the moments he did have here." Read the full article at MTV.com

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Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, Trey Songz Album?

on Jan 19, 2010 - 10:49AM

Call the goodfellas the Mob Squad. Jay-Z, Young Jeezy and Trey Songz are getting ready to start the next leg of the BP3 tour and have adopted a nickname.

"The way Jay explained it to me, he wanted to give people the best show possible," Songz told Mixtape Daily Thursday. "They could have easily done it by themselves and it'd be great. But [Jay] wanted to give the best show. All of us bring a separate aspect to the table, making it a great show all the way. I'm there for the ladies, of course. Then I bring an R&B soul vibe and my hip-hop. Jeezy got the streets. And Hov is Hov.

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Watch Trey Perform on the Wendy Williams Show TODAY!

on Jan 14, 2010 - 07:00PM

You asked for it, and Wendy listened! Make sure you tune in to the Wenday Williams Show TODAY, Friday 1/15, to watch Trey perform "Say Aah"! Check your local listings for airtimes. Watch the preview of today's show in the clip above!

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HHWIRED Exclusive: Trey Songz Speaks On His Acting Role In "The Preacher's Kid"

on Jan 12, 2010 - 12:55PM

R&B crooners Trey Songz, Tank and LeToya Luckett will be starring in the film "The Preacher's Kid" which opens on January 29th. Luckett stars as "Angie King," a 20-something daughter of a minister who, "longing to experience more of life – and with dreams of fame and fortune in her mind – she strikes out on her own for the very first time, joining a traveling gospel show.

She soon discovers, though, that life on the road is tough; but even more, she fears going home with nothing to show for herself, or worse, to a father who might no longer love her."

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