Songz was talented from his early days but due to his shy nature, it did not come out.
He recognized his abilities at the age of 14, as the people started noticing he sounded good.
Drake was clearly in a celebratory mood on Monday night (March 20) during his final show in London, hanging with Sade and his mom before the gig and then bringing out Nicki Minaj, Skepta, Giggs and Popcaan to toast the last gig on his Boy Meets World tour.
He might have been in such a good mood because his just-released playlist project is crushing records all over the place, grabbing a record 89.9 million streams globally in its first 24 hours on Apple Music and another 61.3 million streams on its first full day of release on Spotify.
His songs, often categorized under the umbrella of "bedroom anthems" have helped enhance his reputation as arguably the scene's most overt Don Juan character, a man who is running though his love life like a hot knife through butter.
However, he shocked the Twitterverse last night be proclaiming that he was now a taken man. The first tweet, sent very early this morning East Coast time, stated that he was in a relationship, but the ellipses at the end of the sentence led some social media users to believe that he was potentially joking around about it.
His step-father introduced him to Troy, which led him to sign the contract. Songz released his debuted album, on 26th June 2005. The album was a huge success selling 40,000 copies in its first week of sales.
Post that, Nicki.” See the full interview and read more highlights below, including Trey’s detailed talk about Drake, Chris Brown, Meek Mill, and his legal woes.
Trey Songz has long been considered one of R&B's most prolific ladies men.
He teamed up with DC promoter Bobby Patterson to pull it off and dropped another k just for the open bar.
Hot off the release of his latest LP, Tremaine The Album, Trigga returned to Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” for a very candid interview about his relationship with Drake and social media spat with Nicki Minaj. Both artists were Drake’s guests on the “Boy Meets World Tour” in London. “She’ll probably be mad about this, but y’all gotta realize,” he added, “I don’t really give a fuck about nothing.” He said he was bothered by the interaction at first, in part because he went out of his way to deny Remy’s allegations. But because this was Nicki and because we do have a history, because I respect her, I went out my way to do that. That’s why I don’t give no fucks.” Going back to Nicki’s “six plaques” comment, Trigga added: “Tell her give me some more. We were actually supposed to make music, one for his album and one for mine. We had records together before him and Nicki were considered to be a thing. I was the one you’d hear about on You Tube fighting.