"Trey Day (Bonus Track Version)" by Trey Songz on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5

433 Ratings

The N-tity

Nokstar,

I don't think I can write a review of this album and not be biased since I worked on it.But what I can right a review about is all you Trey Songz fans out there that have been supporting since day one.I go to all the blogs,chat rooms,and message boards that are out there and you guys are absolutely the best!This is your time to shine and be proud because without your support we would have not made it to this day...Trey Day!I hope you all enjoy the album and continue to support this man because I can honestly say that he loves you all. Nokio The N-tity

Trey Day-Trey Songz

btaznpride,

With his debut, I Gotta Make It, having decent success, but not reaching gold status, Trey is back with Trey Day after numerous pushed back release dates. Trey Day Intro: Great introductory horns, as Bun B drops a solid verse about how Trey is back so quit hatin. 3.5/5 Long Gone Missin: Bouncy strings, with triumphant horns. He starts off by rapping a verse and then sings on the hook. It's more of light singing, over the excellent production, a worthy starter. 3.5/5 Wonder Woman: The first single that was released awhile ago, Danja's intersting synths and complex production work well. More of a club feel, Trey sings nicely over the track with feeling. 4/5 No Clothes On: The Runners produced "No Clothes On", sounds very similar to their beats, with a bouncy piano loop and a chopped and screwed hook. A decent track. 3/5 Sex For Yo Stereo: Troy Taylor's light production is nicely complimented by Songz' creative idea of smooth sex for the stereo. It's creative and has an appealing hook. 3.5/5 Last Time: Longtime R&B producer, Bryan Michael Cox has flutes, piano and a nice laid back feel. Trey sounds good on this slower tempo'd love track that builds and then settles. 4/5 Can't Help But Wait: Stargate's light keyboards blend perfectly and the uptempo track succeeds. The second single, it is another highlight. 4.5/5 Grub On: R. Kelly produced, it was only decet, a little too slow and didn't work for me. 2.5/5 Fly Together: Rumored to be a single, Eric Hudson has a great snare/clap line, really shines when the synths come in. Jim Jones makes a decent appearance,, the hook is great and the bridge is where the track truly shines. 4/5 Store Run: Light guitar strumming and pulsating bass, Trey makes a solid track here that is mellow. Topic is a little too corny, but the track works. 3.5/5 Missin You: Production was average, uptempo track that featured an electronic voice on the hook. 2.5/5 Role Play: Interesting production, a solid piano line mixed with unusual drums and beats. Trey's singing is nice and lyrically it works, but is a little overpowered by the production. 3.5/5 We Should Be: Fitting ending, it's a smooth ballad that is specifically for couples. Love track that is well done. 4/5 Are U A Performa: Club production, topic was decent, Joc adds some streetness to it. 3.5/5 Trey's sophomore album, Trey Day is a very nice follow up. His debut at times lacked, due to its mellow feel and got boring after a while. The shortened tracklist works to Songz' advantage and highlights include the club hit "Wonder Woman", smooth "Can't Help But Wait", lovely "We Should Be" and "Last Time". After "Summer Wit Miami", Jim Jones and Trey combine for another solid collaboration on "Fly Together". The only missteps are "Grub On" and "Missin You", other than that the album is nicely crafted with top notch production. Rating 7.5 out of 10

About Trey Songz

Contemporary R&B singer, songwriter, and producer Trey Songz debuted in 2005 and swiftly followed through on the creative and commercial promise of his first album, I Gotta Make It. Within the first decade of his career, he released five albums that peaked within the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 chart, as well as 15 solo singles that hit the Top Ten of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart. During that time, he was one of the few R&B artists to sustain mainstream status. He collaborated with primary inspiration R. Kelly, was sought out by A-list R&B and rap artists such as Scarface, Bun B, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton, and Diddy, and was nominated for a handful of Grammy awards.

While growing up, Tremaine Aldon Neverson loved hip-hop, but the only R&B he could get into was by R. Kelly. When his friends heard his perfect tenor voice, however, they pushed him to drop rap and start crooning. Trey did just that, and after winning numerous talent shows in his native Petersburg, Virginia, the 15-year-old singer met Troy Taylor, who had worked behind the scenes with such artists as Patti LaBelle, SWV, and B2K. Taylor encouraged Trey to finish high school first, and then they could talk about a possible music career.

Trey received his diploma and immediately moved to New Jersey to work with Taylor. Soon, the singer was appearing on Kevin Lyttle's debut album and Trick Daddy's Thug Matrimony as a sideman, as well as striking out on his own with "About the Game," a solo cut from the Coach Carter soundtrack. As he was working on his debut album -- not to mention several collaborations with Lil' Kim, Trina, and Snoop Dogg -- Trey Songz released some street-level mixtapes under his alias, the Prince of Virginia. His proper debut, the accomplished and promising I Gotta Make It, was released by Atlantic in July 2005. Featuring an introduction from Aretha Franklin and productions from Taylor, Organized Noize, and Warryn Campbell, it debuted at number 20 on the Billboard 200. Follow-up Trey Day, released in October 2007, raised his profile. It debuted at number 11 and boasted collaborations with R. Kelly, Danja, Stargate, and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, among others. Its "Can't Help But Wait" was nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.

Four Top Ten R&B/hip-hop singles helped make Ready, released in August 2009, his first album with RIAA gold certification. Some of the album's songs, such as "I Invented Sex" and the platinum "Say Aah," were among his brashest material to that point, while his character and sense of flow became singular enough to reduce the number of comparisons to R. Kelly and Usher. The set was Grammy-nominated in the category of Best Contemporary R&B Album. September 2010 brought Passion, Pain & Pleasure. Featuring the Nicki Minaj collaboration "Bottoms Up," it too was RIAA-certified. The five-track EP Inevitable was issued in November 2011 as a stopgap prior to the singer's fifth album, Chapter V. An August 2012 release, Chapter V debuted at number one and featured verses from T.I., Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Diddy. By that point, Songz' own guest appearances -- from Twista's "Girls Tonite" to J. Cole's gold "Can't Get Enough" -- could have been compiled for a sizeable anthology. In 2013, he contributed to yet another gold-selling single, Juicy J's "Bounce It," which appeared in the films Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3-D and Baggage Claim, and prepared his sixth studio album. The Top Ten R&B hit "Na Na," as well as "Smartphones," were issued in early 2014 as the first singles from June's Trigga. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. Several stopgap releases ensued through 2015, including Intermission I & II and a "reloaded" edition of Trigga, which eventually became the singer's third platinum album. An informal Songz-Fabolous EP, Trappy New Years, was independently released at the close of 2016. Tremaine followed in 2017 as Songz' seventh proper full-length. ~ David Jeffries & Andy Kellman

  • ORIGIN
    Petersburg, VA
  • BORN
    Nov 28, 1984

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