Trey Songz Songs

  • The Shit (Tags)
    The Shit (Tags)
    Jim Jones has been having a pretty great year so far, most recently sharing "Way The Game Goes" and "Whole Thing." Now he returns with another new one, "The Shit," which features the one and only Trey Songz on the hook (and a verse of his own). Posted on DJ Spinking's SoundCloud a matter of minutes ago, the track is now available to stream below.
  • Me And My Team
    Me And My Team
    Maejor Ali has been behind the scenes for long enough, and he's looking to step into the spotlight as an artist. He's rounded up Kid Ink and Trey Songz to help him get there. He just dropped off a new single, "Me And My Team," which is definitely club ready/summer ready thanks to production from Chef Tone and Ali.
  • What's Best For You
    What's Best For You
    Trigga season continues. After killin' the stage at Sunday night's Summer Jam festival, Trey Songz decides to keep things moving by releasing another new song from his upcoming project titled "What's Best For You".
  • Who Do You Love (Remix)
    Who Do You Love (Remix)
    We are a few months removed from the release and steady stream of "Who Do You Love" remixes, and now Loso decides to remix the cut enlisting Trey Songz for assistance over the DJ Mustard production. The two artists definitely give the song a new feel thanks to additions to the beat, Trey taking over the hook. What do you think of the new mix of the single?
  • Change Your Mind
    Change Your Mind
    As if one song wasn’t enough, Trigga Trey has given fans another one tonight. Following “Foreign”, Trey delivers this new record titled “Change Your Mind” which too was made available for instant download once you pre-order his new album, TRIGGA, on iTunes.
  • Foreign
    It appears Trigga Trey has some surprises for us. Fresh off the release of his "Smart Phones" video, Trey decides to keep the music rolling in tonight as he releases this new single titled “Foreign”, which can be yours instantly when you pre-order his new album, TRIGGA, now on iTunes.
  • Too Much
    Too Much
    Que really broke through with his track "OG Bobby Johnson", and he's apparently decided to stick with the formula, as he's teamed up with the producer of whom the track was named after, Bobby Johnson. He's also grabbed a big feature from Trey Songz, who decides to take a rapped approach to his verse, before breaking into a more R&B delivery about halfway through. The song ends up being just as hard-hitting as Que's first hit, with a little more of a crossover feel.
  • Smart Phones
    Smart Phones
    Trey Songz' DJ Mustard-produced "Na Na" is still tearing up the charts, and is getting ready to release his brand new album, Trigga on June 30th. To contrast the that banger, Trey has now released a straight-up slow jam, which shows off his falsetto range, and covers a subject everyone can relate to; "Smart Phones". The track finds Trigga covering for himself when his boo finds some suspect activity on his cell. This is the second song we've heard from the singer today, showing up earlier on 50 Cent's Dr. Dre-produced track, "Smoke". 
  • Smoke
    50 Cent has dropped another new single from his upcoming Animal Ambition project.  "Smoke" features a guest spot from Trey Songz, who helps out on the hook, but also contributes his own verse. More notable though is that fact that Dr. Dre has come out of hiding to produce the track, enlisting Dawaun Parker to co-produce on the track. At this rate, Fif may leak the whole album before its release date, so look out for more new material soon. So far we've heard "Pilot", "Don't Worry Bout It", and "Hold On."
  • Too Much
    Too Much
    It's not all "OG Bobby Johnson" as Que has an arsenal of future hits still budding. That is, at least, if "Too Much" is any indication, the latest leak off that upcoming Who Is Que? EP. Well, who exactly is Que? You don't have to wait until March 25th when the tape drops to find out. You can sample his latest cut with Trey Songz and Lizzle (probably one of our personal favorite rapper aliases) and see what he's all about. 
  • Na Na (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Na Na (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Ted Smooth is at it again with a new remix, this time taking on Trey Songz' infectious "Na Na" and throwing the self-proclaimed King of Brooklyn, Maino, into the mix.
  • Lookin Ass Nigga (Remix)
    Lookin Ass Nigga (Remix)
    What's a Valentines day without a treat from Trigga Trey? However, this isn’t a soft R&B joint we’d come to expect. Instead, Trigga decided to go the opposite route and take on Nicki Minaj’s hard ass single “Lookin Ass Nigga”. Trigga's version though is called “Look @ Y’all”, and is reaching out to all those groupies out there looking for that come up. The R&B singer plays double-duty singing and rapping to this new Detail-produced beat. Will this track/beat be the next big thing everyone freestyles to?
  • Show Me (Remix)
    Show Me (Remix)
    Kid Ink's "Show Me" has been killing the clubs for months, and now it finally gets the all-star remix treatment it deserves. Juicy J, 2 Chainz and Trey Songz join Kid Ink and Chris Brown on the DJ Mustard-produced affair. As every rapper should, Ink provides a new verse for the remix, bragging about the West Coast being "back like '94" and likening himself to the "old Chris Tucker".
  • You're Mine (Eternal) (Remix)
    You're Mine (Eternal) (Remix)
    Mariah Carey decided to drop her new song, "You're Mine (Eternal)", as well as the track's remix with Trey Songz at the same damn time today. The ballad is produced by Darkchild, and recalls her Emancipation Of Mimi hitm "We Belong Together". Trey contributes some nice harmonies, and additional vocals, before providing a half-rapper, half-sung bridge in the song's final third. As the artwork suggests, it's no accident that this one is out just in time for Valentine's day.
  • Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    Trey Songz already dropped off a new cut with Jeezy yesterday called "Ordinary", and now he's graced us with a new freestyle over YG and Drake's "Who Do You Love?". The Trigga man is no stranger to DJ Mustard production at this point, with the producer behind the boards on his current radio single "NaNa", and thus feels right at home on this woozy snap banger. This one finds him starting off with an R&B hook, before busting out some of his underrated flows.
  • Ordinary
    We've still got the Trey Songz' DJ Mustard-produced "NaNa" in rotation (as does the radio), but Trigga returns today with a new single/collaboration, enlisting Jeezy for a guest verse. We'll also see Jeezy pop up later today with a guest verse on another track, Rick Ross' "War Ready."
  • They Don't Know (Remix)
    They Don't Know (Remix)
    Rico Love's original "They Don't Know" was fun, at least it certainly was popular. But now he has releases a remix to the original, this time with T.I., Luda, Trey Songz, Tiara Thomas, and EmJay. After a shelved album and a string of inactivity, Rico Love seems on top right now, with "They Don't Know" being a single just popular enough to draw some real buzz to his upcoming album, Turn The Light On, which should make its way toward us sometime in 2014. And this remix is so packed with hot names that it might just turn a head that previously wasn't listening.
  • Na Na (Freestyle)
    Na Na (Freestyle)
    Listen to Na Na (Freestyle), the latest track from Young Chris. The cut dropped on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014. Young Chris's future brightens with every new release, and Na Na (Freestyle) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Young Chris has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • Paranoid (Remix)
    Paranoid (Remix)
    Ty Dolla $ign's "Paranoid" a song about something we all struggle with--both of your girls being at the same club, with the strong possibility of them knowing about one another--has been given the remix it deserves, with some big features from French Montana, Trey Songz, and DJ Mustard (who gets his Lil Jon on towards the end of the cut). The new remix will appear on Ty's upcoming Beach House EP, due out January 14th. Quotable lyrics:
  • NaNa
    Trey Songz decides to join in on the Christmas festivities and release a new track for his "Trey Angels", aka his fans. The track is called "NaNa" and is produced by West Coast hit-maker DJ Mustard. Trey Songz' artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on here.  How does this compare to Trey's previous work? Visit his profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Quotable Lyrics: