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.
A few minutes ago, Trey Songz tweeted this …
— Trey Songz (@TreySongz) January 11, 2017
Looks like 2017 will be the year of Trey Songz!
Following the release of his joint project, Trappy New Years, with Brooklyn rapper Fabolous, the R&B star takes on PARTYNEXTDOOR’s hit single, “Come and See Me.”
Teaming with MIKExANGEL, Songz delights with sexed-up new verses while keeping the record’s original chorus.
Welcome to 2017! And thank you for sticking with us throughout all the downtime, and lack of updates. We’re back baby! And so is Trey Songz! This time, he’s teamed up with Brooklyn rapper, Fabolous and dropped Trappy New Years! It’s 6 tracks of heat, so make sure you download it, exclusively on DatPiff.com!
We haven’t even reached Thanksgiving and Trey is putting you in the mood for Christmas! He released a brand new song called, “Comin’ Home.” Stream it below, via youtube. Make sure you head on over to iTunes and download the single!
DJ Drama’s remix to “Wishing” doubles down on the features.
DJ Drama‘s “Wishing” originally featured Chris Brown, Skeme, and Lyquin, but only Chris remains for the remix, which adds the all-star cast of Trey Songz, Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, and Fabolous. Like Khaled’s “Hold You Down,” it makes a solid argument for the R&B crew track, giving each of the singers their own verse, while Fab remains the sole rapper of the bunch, opening things up before things get syrupy and melodic.
The original track appears on Drama’s Quality Street Music 2, and has been getting regular radio spins, so this new mix should only push it further up the charts.
Who’s got the best verse?
(via Hot New Hip Hop)