Trey Songz made quite the splash this week when he surprise released two new projects – ’11’ and ’28.’
At the time, many received the 10-track sets as albums. However, during a visit to The Breakfast Club today, the R&B star defined them as mixtapes.
Honing in on changing times, the singer stressed that today’s age allows for an overflow of music without the need for context.
Still, fans hoping for a more focussed approach are in luck. Because Trigga went on to add that an album is incoming.
He also opened up about new movie ‘Blood Brothers’ and much more.
Peep the interview below…
Trey did not come across well here at all. His aura felt off and he was hella defensive.
In any case, musically, we’ve been waiting on Trey for an album and era as consistent as ‘Ready,’ but one that boasts growth in the way expected from a name with almost 15 years in the game.
Hopefully that’s the album that’s enroute. Because all of the above its well overdue.
The fact it’s taken so long is actually not surprising when hearing him vent here about not listening to critics.
Like, granted we understand some corners of his sentiment, maybe it’s in his best interest to listen to those outside of his camp. It’ll definitely help him evolve artistically.