Yesterday, Jacquees dropped a video for his single, “Inside,” which features Trey Songz. Check it out below.
Check out the season premiere of Trey’s new show, Tremaine the Playboy, hosted by Draya Michele & Steelo Brim. Meet the 20 ladies trying to win Trey’s heart! Plus you’ll be able to hear new music on each episode from his upcoming album, Tremaine. Tune in every Thursday at 9pm for new episodes, only on TremaineThePlayBoy.com!!
Trey Songz has tackled the music industry and Hollywood selling over 20 million albums and singles throughout his career and starring in blockbuster films including Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, but now he’s up against his biggest obstacle: finding love. Hosted by Draya Michele and Steelo Brim, seventeen lucky ladies compete against one another to win the heart of “Mr. Steal Your Girl” on his new reality show Tremaine the Playboy.
Trey is Tremaine, the latest eligible bachelor on a conquest to find his perfect match. It’s all fun and dancing at the opening rose ceremony, but as soon as love hits the fan, other emotions run wild. Finding love is a tricky beast to tackle, especially in a house full of singles trying to win over the R&B heartthrob.
To celebrate #14DaysOfLove, VH1 is teaming up with Trey Songz to offer fans a first-look at his wild pursuit to find his soulmate in the ridiculous supertrailer for Tremaine the Playboy below. Following the exclusive look on VH1 digital platforms, episodes of Tremaine the Playboy will continue to air on TremaineThePlayboy.com.
As part of VH1’s #14DaysOfLove, a celebration with over 200 hours of love-themed series and movies counting down until Valentine’s Day, Songz will also sit down with host Amber Rose to introduce the world to the next eligible bachelor, and she holds nothing back. From finding out what Tremaine looks for in a woman to an intense game of “Never Have I Ever,” Rose is on a mission to find out who “Tremaine the Playboy” really is.
After dropping their joint EP Trappy New Years, Fabolous and Trey Songz return with a visual for the cut, “Keys to the Street”. In the clip, the duo escape the winter by heading to Miami and jumping on a yacht and enjoy some champagne, while take in the beautiful views.
The song remixes YFN Lucci’s Migos-assisted single.
Trappy New Years finds Fab and Trey offering new takes on cuts like Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” and Future’s “Used to This,” among other songs.