Trey Songz doesn’t talk much about incidents that go down in his life that make the headlines, but he’s getting some things off his chest to set the record straight. The R&B star has been involved in a plethora of high-profile incidents lately, so he stopped by Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” to tell his side about each situation.
If you missed it, yesterday “Scream Queens” star Keke Palmer sat down with Larry King on the multi-Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now” to discuss her recent Instagram post, in which she claims that R&B singer Trey Songz used “sexual intimidation” to coerce her into his music video shoot, and then released the video publicly without her consent. READ MORE
Trey Songz released his most recent album, Trigga, in 2014, then re-loaded it with “Slow Motion” and more for a re-release this past April, but his music output isn’t slowing up in the slightest. Trey dropped a holiday mixtape, To Whom It May Concern, featuring Dave East, and production from guys like Illangelo and DJ Mustard. Today, he released a video for his lengthy collaboration with the Harlem upstart–signed to Nas‘ Mass Appeal Records just under 2 years ago–which also features DJ Drama and MikexAngelo, “Everybody Say.”
The Jon J directed video begins with DJ Drama giving a few words, saying “Y’all be all on that he say she say shit, man. Yeah, we hear you talking.” Ladies favorite, Dave East drops his fire bars as Trigga flaunts his gold grills, stacks of cash and women.
Trey Songz wants to know how y’all forgot he used to be the king of the slow jams?!?! So, in an effort to help you remember, he re-released his April 14th EP Intermission and added a few more songs to it. New music from Trey inside with a little help from GOOD Music’s Pusha T. READ MORE