The hitmaker behind "Touchin, Lovin" and "I Invented Sex" gets real about relationships. As an adult, I realized that I love to please — to find out what you like."2.
“It’s been special every time for me when I put an album out, so I don’t want the fact that music has changed to streaming and singles, and etc., etc., to change the way I […] want my music delivered.
If it takes forever, it takes forever, but I just want to make sure it’s the way I want it to be before I give it to the world.” Watch Trigga talk about his next album around the mark, and keep your eyes peeled for a new single hopefully come early 2017.
Trigga says he purposely took a step back from recording following his last album, Trigga, so he could watch the game and plan his next album roll out properly.
“Everybody takes in everything so fast, and they’re on to the next thing, so I want figure out how to hold people’s attention,” Trey explained.
On March 25, Trey saw the tweet that imposters had created, which read: “I think it’s time to finally tell my fans.
All games and jokes aside…I’m gay.” Oh well, just another reminder not to believe everything you see online!
To date he has sold more than 12 million albums in the United States alone.
In April 2012, Trey was involved in a lawsuit against Storage Wars star Dave Hester over the catch phrase "Yuuup." Hester used the phrase frequently on Storage Wars and sells merchandise that features "Yuuup." Dave Hester was granted a trademark for the phrase which would give him the exclusive rights to profit off its use in merchandise and licensing.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrapped up her 32nd birthday with a new man, "Slow Motion" crooner Trey Songz, sources reveal in the new issue of Us Weekly.