After being on the scene for years Trey Songz is finally getting his due. The Virginia rapper-turned-singer has a knack for making club bangers and baby-making anthems, but in a new spread in GQ magazine the crooner hints that he’s ready to make a change.

Sporting a host of sport coats from various designers, Songz talks with GQ about wanting to make a lasting impression on the business.

Although he’s known for his sex-laced songs, Songz says he’s ready to do something different.

“I could make a hundred ‘Bottoms Up’s,” he says, “but they won’t change nobody’s life. Marvin Gaye sang love songs to a certain point, and then it was like, ‘Fuck this, I’m not clean-cut no more. I’m putting this skully on, letting this beard grow out, and I’m doing whatever the fuck I wanna do.’ ”

So does this mean he’ll be switching up his sound for his latest album, Chapter V?

Songs tells the men’s mag, “I might. Give me a couple of years, though.”

Check out more from Trey Songz’ fashion spread at GQ’s website


  1. Freebee33

    I like Trey as an artist, especially when he first came out, I do think he is talented but lately his music is all sex and no substance and that makes for really tired music. Not impressed lately.

  2. those tight lavender pants got to go

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