Don’t Compare Trey Songz to These Newer R&B Artists

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

R&B singer Trey Songz isn’t one to mince words when it comes to his interviews, so it’s no surprise he’s the same way on his social media accounts.

With a new wave of newer R&B artists ushering in a new sound which blends trap music with R&B music, some are starting to think the new sound could stick.

Newcomer Tory Lanez (his hit “Say It” is getting plenty of airplay) and Bryson Tiller (his hit song “Don’t” is topping charts), some suspect the more veteran R&B singer may shift their sounds to adapt.

Now that Trey Songz just dropped his new mixtape, “To Whom It May Concern,” some folks seem to think he may be incorporating the new sound into his new music.

But don’t tweet him that.

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22 comments

  1. Sh-t all I hear from this trash a-s song is Future’s influence. That’s why it was a breath of fresh air to hear that new Mack Wilds song. Everybody wanna sound like Future’s trash a-s and that’s why the game ain’t been sh-t in a while. Trey been doing this too long to let Future influence him to make sh-t like this.

  2. Trey used to be bae, but he does too much on Twitter and it’s a turn off. There’s no need to be a hater when you’re secure about yours.

  3. U know Trey is good as long as he doesn’t talk or tweet…anyway he has audacity when he was once upon a time ago trying to sound like R. Kelly and then shading R. Kelly…like every1 kinda incorporates something from past artists…but I guess since this is a new artist…LOL neva mind

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