Trey Songz ft. Fabolous - In Ya Phone (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Trey Songz
Featuring:
Producer:
Troy Taylor and E. Miles
Album:
Ready

After the original version of the Troy Taylor and E. Miles-produced In Ya Phone drummed up its share of buzz, Trey Songz had no choice but to go back to the drawing board.  On a newly-released remix, the Virginia bad boy takes a short trip to Brooklyn to pay a visit to Fabolous, who whispers sweet lullabies to all the single ladies in the club.  The record, drawn from his forthcoming album, Ready, finds Songz more comfortable in his role as debonair Southern gent.  With the help of this record, the ladies should be able to get their two-steps ready for the club… and have their Blackberrys waving in the crowd when they arrive. Though no official release date has been announced for the project, Ready will boast appearances from a cavalcade of top-tier collaborators.

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