There’s arguably no singer who works harder or adores his fans more than Trey Songz. This past summer saw the self-proclaimed “Prince of V.A.” release several personal renditions of hit singles through his “Music Monday” promotional series (via Twitter) as well as dropping numerous mixtapes to hold fans over as his third album suffered several pushbacks. With Ready‘s September 1st release just around the corner (finally!), the superstar crooner has unleashed the remix to his popular single, I Need a Girl. Helmed by famed production duo Stargate, this version of the record features a guest verse from eccentric rapper/singer Teyana Taylor (of Google Me fame), as well as a few bars from one of hip hop’s cameo kings, Fabolous (who just released his fifth album, Loso’s Way). Expect the combo of Taylor’s cooed vocals and Trey and Loso’s time-tested musical chemistry to leave listeners more amped than ever before for the release of Songz’ latest LP—after waiting this long, I think it’s safe to say they’re more than Ready.
Written by Rakeem on 08/16/09
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