Trey Songz is looking to be the hardest working artist in R&B in 2015. He's already off to a fast start with the "Between the Sheets" join tour with Chris Brown, and the upcoming re-launch of his latest album, Trigga, dubbed Trigga Reloaded.
While promoting his new SX Liquors brand in New York City last week, the Grammy nominated singer spoke openly about is planned projects.
"With Trigga Reloaded, I wanted to give records like 'Slow Motion' and other records that I had no place for a home. I didn't feel they belong on Tremaine, and I wanted more people to hear Trigga," states songz about his forthcoming re-release project.
He continued: "April 14th is when Trigga Reloaded will come out, and towards the end of the year I will be pushing forward to Tremaine, and I also have another tour."
Songz plan to launch his “Trigga” solo tour later this year (fall) after trekking the UK with Nicki Minaj. Around the same time, he's looking to issue the lead single off the forthcoming, Tremaine.
"I actually started around the same time that I started Trigga," Songz says of the upcoming LP. "Trigga, Tremaine, Trey Songz, they all kind of been the three personalities I put into music throughout my career."
About the project Songz says, "It's just another layer of myself. The Tremaine album will kind of be like the base of what my career started as… In music now, in R&B and hip hop, I feel like it's easy to make women feel sexy and be a bad bitch, but I feel like the Tremaine album will kind of put women on the pedestal again, and show that it's cool to love, it's cool to want to be romantic, it's cool to want to be in a relationship."
"Tremaine and Trigga is the duality of that man that is Trey Songz, " KWL Management SVP, Roe Williams, adds. "Tremaine takes care of his family, he's vulnerable, he falls in love, and Trigga flies above the fray, he has one-night stands, for a lack of a better term."
With a loaded schedule, one can only wonder how Trey will manage it all, but the R&B crooner says things usually work in his favor.
"When the tour was postponed that we're on right now, the day of the first show my first nephew was born. Though it was devastating, because I was in go mode… I got this beautiful blessing in my nephew, and it kind of sums up the whole spectrum of what my career has been as far as balance is concerned," says Songz. "My mother says I put Trey Songz before Tremaine, but she says I put my family before Trey Songz. I am the man of my family, I do take on a lot of responsibility, but God makes it work. When I need a break, it kind of just happens. I used that blessing with my nephew, because that's two weeks I spent at home with my brother, who is a new father, with my mother, who is a new grandmother; I wouldn't have seen my nephew for two and a half months."
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