Trey is featured in the song "I'm Da Man" by Plies.
July 22, 2008 was the world premiere of his video Missin You.
On August 4, 2008, Trey held a free concert at Lindblom High School in Chicago called "Songz For Peace". The purpose of this concert was to educate the youth on the importance of making choices.
Trey has black hair and dark eyes.
Trey attended Petersburg High School.
Trey received a nomination for Best Male R&B Artist at the 2008 BET Awards.
Trey's hit song Can't Help But Wait was written by Johnta Austin.
He released his most anticipated album "Trey Day" on October 2, 2007.
He appears on Jim Jones song and music video "Summer Wit' Miami".
Trey sung background vocals for B2K's song "Bump Bump Bump".
He appears on up-and-coming rapper Drake's new single "Replacement Girl".
He released two freestyles in which he raps.
He appears in Saigon's music video "Pain in My Life".
Trey appears on Lil Eazy-E's upcoming single "This Ain't a Game" alongside Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, where he sings the hook.
He has collaborated with rapper Saigon for his first single, "Pain In My Life".
He wrote and co-produced music for R&B artist Kevin Lyttle's self-titled debut album in 2004.
His mother encouraged him to develop his singing talent.
His musical influences are Smokey Robinson, Aretha Franklin, Luther Vandross, R. Kelly.
His first single from his album Trey Day is "Wonder Woman".
Trey entered, and won, a total of 20 local talent shows.
He will be featured on Nina Sky's upcoming album "The Musical".
Trey's parents' name are April Tucker and Claude Neverson, Jr.
Trey has collaborated with T.I., Jim Jones, Twista, and Dem Franchize Boyz.
He appears on One Chance's "Look At Her (remix)" alongside Lloyd and Bobby Valentino.
Trey is signed to Atlantic Records.
He appears for a few seconds in Chris Brown's "Yo" Video when Chris is dancing outside the shop.
He has stated that the only R&B that he could get into as a child was R. Kelly.
He calls his alter ego the "Prince of Virginia" and "Mr. Steal your Girl".
He is 6'1".
He appears on T.I.'s "Why You Wanna (remix)".
He is one of the few R&B artists to release mixtapes.
He got his stage name "Trey Songz" from when he was first recording his album and the producers labeled the demos and tapes "Trey's Songs" and the name stuck ever since.
He appears on Yung Joc's song and music video "First Time" alongside Marques Houston.
He is very good friends with fellow R&B singer Chris Brown.
He is featured on Lloyd's new album "Street Love".
Trey is very good friends with R&B singer Tyra, they attended Petersburg High School together.
His favorite rapper is Jay-Z.
He has two younger brothers, Forrest and Alex and a younger sister, Niki.
Trey: (About his album "Trey Day") Before my first album came out, the fans on my website were calling the release date, "Trey Day." So I decided this time it's gonna be "TREY DAY" for real. The first album was an introduction and this is the arrival.
Trey: I've been to Jamaica three times before, but this time it will be my first time as a performer. I am really excited about coming and the fans can expect a good show, and good vocals. I like getting the crowd involved in my show.
Trey: When I was about 15. I was just singing around, and people kept telling me I needed to try it. A friend got me to sing in front of Troy Taylor, and he took to me right there.
Trey Songz: I think people just feel me. Whenever they listen to the music, it's just coming out. I think you can hear what I put into it. A lot of it is God. You can use stuff to where you want it. Like I pray to God, and I asked for direction early on, and he gave me so much. It's like rappers and soul singers is taking to me. That's both sides of me.
Trey: I used "I Gotta Make It" as a staircase to achieve.
Trey: The modern day woman is independent, doing her own thing, not depending on a man for anything. So the whole basis is if you're invincible, let me see.
Trey: My Wonder Woman is just a strong woman.
Trey: I'm challenging myself vocally, and as a songwriter and an arranger, I'm trying to become an all-around artist.
Trey: I wasn't even paying attention to R&B at the time. I was listening to straight rap, like Biggie, Jay-Z, and Nas.
Trey: We're just making sure that I'm felt in the streets as much as I'm felt on the soulful level.
Trey: (Talking about his mentor, Troy Taylor) When it came time to learn about falsetto, he'd play me Prince. When it came time to learn about soul, he'd play me Motown.
Trey: There's so much on my mind that I can't say on a regular R&B record. So mixtapes are a great outlet to sing about some wild, crazy, stuff.
Trey: (talking about R.Kelly) When it comes to R&B, he kills it. He gives you every part of the soul he can think of, from the gangsta to the gentleman.