All last week, Trey Songz released a slew of remixes, now he’s released an original tune called “Look What I Did,” hopefully to build buzz regarding a new project that he’s reported to be working on. On the rap-leaning song, Trey sings about succeeding despite the naysayers.
Almost every day this week, Trey Songz has been dropping his own personal remixes of other artists’s songs. In his fourth one this week, Songz rides for Uber’s competition Lyft as his preferred mode of transportation for one-night stands to leave his place.
Trey Songz is on a roll: just yesterday he dropped a flip of Belly and The Weeknd’s “Might Not,” now he’s flipping Kodak Black’s single “SKRT.” If you’re wondering what Trey is doing with all these random flips, he explains in the song…
Trey Songz is back with a new banger called “All I Had,” his take on the 2015 Belly/The Weeknd collab, “Might Not.” On the song, Trigga uses the same melody as the original and his signature rapflow about overcoming the hateration and offering freaky favors.
n February, Chris Brown dropped the first of three remixes to his single “Back To Sleep” featuring Usher and Zayn Malik. Now the second remix is here, featuring another batch of male R&B crooners, August Alsina, Miguel, and Trey Songz.
R&B singers write songs about lovemaking, lusting, one night stands, or just talk about sex figuratively. As you can see, there’s a song for every type of sex. Singersroom.com has decided to highlight the top 10 sex songs from 2005-2015.
For the weekly soundtrack for HBO’s drama series “Vinyl,” Trey Songz covers the David Bowie classic “Life On Mars,” a track from Bowie’s 1973 LP Hunky Dory. Songz doesn’t stray too much from the original format of the song, as he wanted to tribute the music icon in a respectable way.
DJ Drama appears also appears in the fun visual, which features a bunch of dancing women, his crew (which runs at least 35 deep), Trey rocking his gold grill, nice cars, and of course, racks on racks on racks.