With the days until the release of crooner Trey Songz’ Chapter V quickly winding down, we get to hear the what may likely be the last sneak peak we’ll receive from the album before it hits shelves next week. A version of Don’t Be Scared originally leaked with help from Lil Wayne, but for the official album cut and the VA songster has recruited Rick Ross for some heavyweight rap assistance. On Don’t Be Scared the singer attempts to break from his wandering ways and provide a little assurance to his lady as he sings, “I’mma keep it real a lot of women on my phone/ But I’mma be for real you the only one I want.” Ross adds a healthy dose of Hip-Hop sophistication to the A-Wall-produced record with mentions of Benzes, Versacci shirts, and other debonair delights. If you can’t possibly wait until August 21 to get your Chapter V fix then check out the full stream of Songz’ album right now, available exclusively on iTunes.
Written by Danielle H. on 08/17/12
He’d never admit it, but some part of Trey Songz had to see Usher’s latest album, Lookin 4 Myself, go number one and silently curse. At this point only Usher Raymond is standing in Trey’s way in his quest to claim the...
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