Since January, Trey Songz has been the guest feature on eight songs inside our DJBooth. Working with industry heavyweights like LL Cool J and Plies, as well as newcomers Hot Dollar and Yung Berg, the Virginia native’s smooth vocals and debonair swagger have made him a hot commodity as of late. Following the release of last October’s sophomore album, Trey Day, the young singer has been working hard on new material, in addition to touring and charity work. Planning to release a new project sometime later this year, Songz has recently leaked several mixtape-style tracks, including a new record entitled Crazy. While DJBooth is waiting on a confirmation of the production credit, the world it seems might not have to wait much longer for Songz to become the next big thing.
Written by DJ Z on 06/8/08
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"Pain In My Life" (2006)
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