Great news for fans of sensual, club-friendly R&B: Trey Songz has pulled the Trigga on his next studio album.
The hitmaking crooner's sixth full-length in total, the 17-track set comes heralded by Booth-approved singles "Na Na," "Smart Phones" and "Foreign," as well as "Change Your Mind."
Guest artists include Juicy J, Justin Bieber and Ty Dolla $ign, while the LP will pack production from the likes of Alvin Isaacs, Bryan “Composer” Nelson, Da Internz, DJ Mustard, The Insomniakz, Mikely Adam and Soundz.
DJBooth Album Review
..............................................nope, there’s one reason a man will listen to an R&B album like Trey Songz’ new Trigga. So instead of going through the usual review format and pretending to care about things like song structure, I thought I’d just lay it all out in the open; how likely is it that Trigga will assist you in obtaining a non-solo orgasm? Is there really any other criteria?
Now, for the record, I’m talking about actual sex, not music video sex, which can be two completely different things. For example, while the models in Next’s Too Close video appear to be enticed, I have yet to encounter a real, non-paid woman who’s turned on by a song about getting a half-boner in the club. On the flip side, anyone who hears D’Angelo’s “Untitled” is automatically guaranteed to have sex with you, which is why you need to be so careful about when and where you play that song. With great power comes great responsibility.
Also, for all the women reading this, I’m not considering how likely this album is to get you laid because music is completely irrelevant to getting you laid. You could throw on some GWAR in the bedroom and if you’re looking right, the guy won’t even pause. However, feel free to jump into the comments and tell me how incredibly wrong I am. Or completely right. You’ll probably tell me I’m completely right.
Ok, enough explaining. Which songs on Trigga are more like “Too Close” and which ones are more like “Untitled”? Let’s get to the action….
Read the Rest of the Track-By-Track Review: Will Trey Songz’ “Trigga” Get You Laid?
DJBooth Rating - 4 Spins
Written by Nathan S. on Jul 01, 2014
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