Posted by , Nov 15, 2014 at 08:38pm
Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Tyga heading out on the "Between The Sheets" tour in 2015.

A few days back, Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and Tyga announced their upcoming "Between The Sheets" tour, and on top of releasing the dates, they also sat down for a short interview with Complex. The trio discussed the impending shows, as well as working together on their various projects.

Tyga first shared his first experiences working with Chris on the successful Fan Of A Fan mixtape. "I was friends with Chris but I never had been in the studio with him so I didn't know what to expect," Tyga said of the experience. "He records fast so I was trying to write my verses fast [to] keep up with him. When we look back it's like, 'Damn, this is a dope project.'"

Things eventually got to Brown's live favorite, "Loyal", which the singer explained is as popular with women as it is men. "When you say, 'These hoes ain't loyal' it's a different depiction like it's not actually saying females in general," he explained. "[A] guy can be a hoe too. So I think it resonates with the female audience as well."

Watch the full interview below, and check out the tour dates here.

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Chris Brown, Trey Songz & Tyga Discuss Upcoming Tour, "Loyal", "Fan Of A Fan"

Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Tyga heading out on the "Between The Sheets" tour in 2015.


A few days back, Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and Tyga announced their upcoming "Between The Sheets" tour, and on top of releasing the dates, they also sat down for a short interview with Complex. The trio discussed the impending shows, as well as working together on their various projects.

Tyga first shared his first experiences working with Chris on the successful Fan Of A Fan mixtape. "I was friends with Chris but I never had been in the studio with him so I didn't know what to expect," Tyga said of the experience. "He records fast so I was trying to write my verses fast [to] keep up with him. When we look back it's like, 'Damn, this is a dope project.'"

Things eventually got to Brown's live favorite, "Loyal", which the singer explained is as popular with women as it is men. "When you say, 'These hoes ain't loyal' it's a different depiction like it's not actually saying females in general," he explained. "[A] guy can be a hoe too. So I think it resonates with the female audience as well."

Watch the full interview below, and check out the tour dates here.

[via]

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