Trey Songz Songs

  • Walls
    Trey Songz not only collaborated with MIKEXANGEL, Dave East and producer/DJ Mano on "Everybody Say," he's also connected with producer K.E. On The Track for "Walls" (released via Mano, though).
  • Everybody Say
    Everybody Say
    Artists are using Thanksgiving, as they do every year, as an opportunity to thank fans with a dose of new and/or free music. Trey Songz comes through with two new records, released by Chicago's own Mano. Mano handles the production on this one, with two features from Dave East and MIKExANGEL. This follows up Trey Songz's Intermission EP, which was one of the last times we heard from him (apart from a DJ Khaled feature, but who didn't do a Khaled feature?), so this two-for-one is a very smooth, and very nice surprise.
  • You Mine
    You Mine
    DJ Khaled  announced this morning that I Changed A Lot is dropping on October 23rd and he's releasing two monster singles today. They've already made their way onto the web, led by "You Mine" feat. Future, Trey Songz, and Jeremih. It is immediately clear from the first soaring note that this song will be getting some heavy radio rotation on the coming months. Khaled stays coming with them hits.
  • Go Hard Or Go Home Pt. 2
    Go Hard Or Go Home Pt. 2
    Wiz Khalifa linked up with Iggy Azalea earlier this summer for a record called “Go Hard Or Go Home,” which was featured on the soundtrack to "The Furious 7" film. Today, an updated version of the record has been added on iTunes and instead of Iggy, we have Trey Songz, French Montana, and Ty Dolla Sign filling in for her.
  • The Way (Remix)
    The Way (Remix)
    Kehlani has been on a roll lately, picking up steam as one to watch. Following the singer's well-received You Should Be Here project she announced a tour of the U.S.
  • Best Friend
    Best Friend
    Last month, Trey Songz popped up on a remix of T-Wayne's "Nsty Freestyle" by JR, and today, the duo return with "Best Friend," a track taken from JR's upcoming project. 
  • Serve It Up
    Serve It Up
    After months of anticipation, Trey Songz released the follow up to last years Trigga album today titled Trigga Reloaded. The 18-track project features two new additional tracks that weren’t found on the original 16-track release, including yesterday’s Ty Dolla Sign-featured hit “Loving You”, and this new one called “Serve It Up”.
  • Loving You
    Loving You
    Trey Songz is releasing TRIGGA Reloaded tomorrow June 23rd. Before you scope the whole project listen to this juicy record "Loving You" from Trey and Ty Dolla $ign. Trey flips the signature line of musical "RENT" into a vintage hook over a beat that is so Ty Dolla $ it's ridiculous. It seems like he uses the same synth sound and bass line every song, but if it ain't broken, don't fix it.
  • Earned It (Remix)
    Earned It (Remix)
    Though we haven't heard much of The Weeknd since 2013's Kiss Land, his latest single, "Earned It," from the "Fifty Shades of Grey" OST, is the biggest hit of his career. The song currently sits at #3 on the Billboard 100, and another R&B superstar, Trey Songz, has decided to try his chops at the instantly recognizable instrumental. 
  • Married To The Money
    Married To The Money
    Trey Songz continues to flood the streets with new music. After hitting us with a surprise EP the other day and a couple new tracks since then, including today’s “Real Sisters” remix, Trigga Trey decides to come through yet again with another new offering called “Married To The Money” featuring Chisanity.
  • Real Sisters (Remix)
    Real Sisters (Remix)
    If there's one thing we know about Trey Songz, it's that he doesn't give a fuck if the other two participating members of a threesome are real sisters. That same sentiment was expressed by Future on a Beast Mode track, and today, Songz comes to reclaim his title as Mr. Steal Your Girl/Sister/Daughters. Hide your kids, hide your wife.
  • About You
    About You
    Trey Songz continues to keep the new music coming. Just hours after suprising us with a new EP titled Intermission I & II, Trigga decides to return with yet another new song for us titled “About You”.
  • How Could You Forget
    How Could You Forget
    Last night, Trey Songz surprise-released a second half to his recent project Intermission (stay tuned for a stream), which contained six new tracks and was kicked off by a Pusha T collaboration called "How Could You Forget." Listen below.
  • Nasty (Freestyle)
    Nasty (Freestyle)
    If you're not familiar with T-Wayne's (no not that T-Wayne) "Nasty Freestyle" yet, you probably haven't spent enough time on Vine. Then again, now that the record has invaded the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, you should really have no excuse not to know it at this point. While the record is-- in itself --a freestyle over Bandit Gang Marco's track, it's quickly becoming a favorite for rappers to remix. It's all very reminiscent of Bobby Shmurda's Vine-fueled invasion last summer.
  • What You Mean To Me (Snippet)
    What You Mean To Me (Snippet)
    Jennifer Lopez has always been into proper duets. Not the kind of duets where you have a rapper stop by to drop a 16, but ones where her collaborative partner is present throughout, providing call-and-response vocals and harmonizing with her. "I'm Real" may be the quintessential example of this, but her new track with Trey Songz could also be something special. 
  • Post To Be (Remix)
    Post To Be (Remix)
    Even if you haven't actually heard Omarion, Jhene Aiko and Chris Brown's November track "Post To Be," you've definitely heard about Aiko's "Eat the booty like groceries" line on the track, as it continues to pick up steam on social media.
  • Don't Play
    Don't Play
    The deluxe edition of Trey Songz' 2014 triumph, Trigga, was due to be released this week, and while it suffered a pushback, we got something that could be even better in its place. Intermission features 5 new songs (and an intro), which pick up right where Trey's last LP left off. 
  • Guantanamera
    After many previews on his IG, Sage The Gemini decides to come through tonight and finally release the full version to his new single “Guantanamera”, featuring Trey Songz.
  • Bum Bum
    Bum Bum
    We've seen an increase in booty records over the last year, and you can no longer stand out by simply paying tribute to ass on record. We've seen artists going more and more explicit with their butt tributes, though Kat Deluna has decided to bring things in the other direction, going for the totally safe for work (and the playground) title, "Bum Bum".
  • Slow Motion (Remix)
    Slow Motion (Remix)
    After honoring Houston rap's rich history on Progression V, Kirko Bangz is now taking a tour through some recent hits, adding his syrup-y melodies to a few popular instrumentals. Last week, he brought some double time weaving to Big Sean's "I Don't Fuck With You", but (as Houston has been known to do) has decided to slow it down for today's pick, the acoustic guitar-meets-clap snare ballad from Trey Songz.