Trey Songz

50 Cent Reunites with G-Unit at Summer Jam


While Nicki Minaj brought out Drake and Lil Wayne, 50 Cent staged a family reunion of his own at Summer Jam on Sunday.

During the end of Nas’ set, 50 appeared to perform “I Get Money” with some help from his fellow Queens rapper.

Following their public fallout, 50 brought his fellow G-Unit members Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck onstage for their first group performance since 2008. They ran through hits including “On Fire,” “So Seductive,” and “I Smell Pu**y.”

“The Unit is back,” said Yayo to the crowd of 50,000 at MetLife Stadium.

Trey Songz also joined the G-Unit captain for his Animal Ambition single “Smoke,” Yo Gotti guested on “Don’t Worry ‘Bout It,” and Fabolous debuted the 50-assisted remix to “Cuffin Season.”

“Ladies and gentlemen, thanks for coming out. I love you,” said 50.

Watch Curtis and company command the stage.

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50 Cent Performs with Trey Songz, Joe on ‘GMA’

Trey Songz and 50 Cent

50 Cent took over Central Park on Friday as part of the “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series. The G-Unit captain performed new and old hits including “In Da Club” and “Just a Lil Bit.” He also brought out Joe for his “Power” theme song “Big Rich Town” and Trey Songz for “Smoke.”

50, whose childhood nickname is Boo Boo, laughed about his embarrassing first pitch at the Mets game earlier in the week. After the video went viral, he was pulled over by a cop, who didn’t ticket him, but did tell him, “You know that pitch was terrible.”

But he has no plans to return to the mound. “I’m not a professional pitcher, I make music,” he said.

On June 3, the self-described “homebody” will release Animal Ambition, his first album in five years. “A lot of things changed in my life since the first album,” he said. “With this project, I chose prosperity ’cause of the success that I’ve had in my career.”

He also shared his admiration for Miley Cyrus. “I like some of the stuff that Miley Cyrus is doing,” said Fif. “I fit easy with some of the stuff that she’s doing. Sometimes she goes further than me.”

Next up, the rapper-turned-actor will star in The Prince with Bruce Willis and John Cusack and Spy with Melissa McCarthy.

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Video: Trey Songz – ‘Foreign’ [Trailer]

Trey Songz

Girls, girls, girls. Trey Songz shares his love for all things “Foreign” in the eye candy-filled trailer for his latest video. The R&B heartthrob gets up close with some exotic beauties in the car and at the club in the 50-second clip.

His sixth album Trigga is due July 1 featuring the songs “Na Na,” “SmartPhones,” and “Change Your Mind.”

Feast your eyes on the parade of women.

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Trey Songz, Juicy J, & Aloe Blacc Join ‘Amazing Jam Session’ on ‘Kimmel’

Juicy J, Trey Songz, and Aloe Blacc

Three random guys had an impromptu jam session outside of a supermarket in Texas and the video went viral with millions of views in just a few days. So Jimmy Kimmel decided to bring them to his show and recreate the performance with help from some superstars.

Trey Songz, Juicy J, and Aloe Blacc all joined in, while Jimmy played the saxophone, Guillermo danced along, and a gospel choir backed them up.

Watch their “Amazing Jam Session” below.

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New Music: Fabolous f/ Trey Songz – ‘Who Do You Love? (Remix)’

Who Do You Love (Remix)

Fabolous takes on YG and Drake’s “Who Do You Love?” with his new remix featuring Trey Songz. Over the DJ Mustard-produced beat, Loso raps about the money-loving women, who are only interested in men who can buy them Chanel bags, while Trigga shouts out his peers including Drake and Chris Brown.

Trey dropped a solo version of his remix in February.

Fab has also released a video to go along with the song. Shot in London, the Gerard Victor-directed clip features fine women and other fancy things.

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J.Lo, Wiz Khalifa, YG, Trey Songz, & ScHoolboy Q Perform at PowerHouse 2014

Jennifer Lopez

Hip-hop and R&B’s biggest stars packed the Honda Center in Anaheim for the biggest West Coast concert of the year, PowerHouse 2014. Presented by L.A. radio station Power 106, Saturday’s star-studded lineup featured everyone from Jennifer Lopez to YG.

Sage the Gemini kicked things off with special guest Iamsu! followed by Juicy J, who turned the stage into a strip club with his turn-up anthems.

Trey Songz serenaded the ladies with his latest Trigga singles including “Na Na,” plus a cover of Chris Brown’s “Loyal” and his remix to Kid Ink’s “Show Me.”

Ahead of her performance at the Billboard Music Awards, Jennifer Lopez delivered a dance-heavy retrospective of hits including “I’m Real,” “Jenny From the Block,” and “Get Right.” She also premiered her new Diplo-produced song “Big Booty” off her upcoming album A.K.A., due June 17.

Nicki Minaj took it back to her mixtape days, performing with only a DJ, and brought out Soulja Boy for their collaboration “Yasss Bish!!!” (Watch her complete set here).

ScHoolboy Q and Isaiah Rashad repped for TDE, and Wiz Khalifa tore up the stage with “We Dem Boyz.”

With some help from DJ Mustard, YG closed out the evening with his West Coast bangers and some OG guests including Kurupt, Daz, and Warren G.

Earlier in the day, Iggy Azalea headlined the “New@2″ outdoor stage, performing her hit “Fancy,” and L.A.’s own Tinashe turned up the heat with her single “2 On.”

If you missed the live stream, catch some of the performances below.

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New Music: Trey Songz – ‘Foreign’


Trey Songz toasts to all things “Foreign” on his latest Trigga release. The R&B heartthrob sings the praises of the fine international women on the clapping club banger.

“American, you know I had to cop that foreign,” he declares.

His album arrives July 1. If you pre-order it on iTunes, you will receive “Na Na,” “SmartPhones,” “Foreign,” and another new song called “Change Your Mind.”

Watch the audio visualizer below.

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