Back Home Trey Songz

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Album-Release:
2020

HRA-Release:
08.10.2020

Label: Atlantic Records

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Hip Hop Soul

Artist: Trey Songz

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  • 1Be My Guest03:21
  • 2Save It02:29
  • 3Hands On01:41
  • 4Lost & Found03:22
  • 5Circles04:17
  • 6Round & Round00:41
  • 7Two Ways03:21
  • 8Hit Different03:28
  • 9Cats Got My Tongue02:55
  • 10Back Home (feat. Summer Walker)03:14
  • 11On Top of Me03:54
  • 12On Call (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)02:44
  • 13Nobody’s Watchin03:18
  • 14Sleepless Nights (feat. DaVido)04:16
  • 15GLA03:26
  • 16Rain (feat. Swae Lee)03:43
  • 17Tug of War03:54
  • 18All This Love04:48
  • 19OG Lovelude01:34
  • 202020 Riots: How Many Times03:24
  • 21I Know a Love03:03
  • 22Noah Love00:59
  • Total Runtime01:07:52

Info for Back Home



After influencing and impacting R&B for 15 years, Trey Songz finally returns home…

The 3x GRAMMY® Award-nominated R&B superstar launches the pre-order for his anxiously awaited eighth full-length album, BACK HOME, today; see HERE. The full length album will arrive at all DSPs and streaming services on October 9th via Atlantic Records. Igniting this chapter, he also just shared a new track entitled “Two Ways.” The pre-order unlocks an instant grat download of “Two Ways” as well as the previously released fan favorites “Circles,” “Back Home (Feat. Summer Walker),” and “2020 Riots: How Many Times.”

In celebration of the release, he chose to unveil “Two Ways” first as one of his personal “favorites.” With its slinky guitar, throwback beat, and vocal acrobatics, the track immediately captivates. Detailing the breaking point of a relationship, this heartfelt heartbreak anthem indicates what audiences should expect from BACK HOME i.e. classic Trey Songz through and through. The track, which was teased on Instagram Live back in August, easily became a fan-favorite.

He teased out the album’s arrival last month with “Circles.” Already, it has accumulated over 8 million streams worldwide and 3.2 million YouTube views on the music video. Attracting critical acclaim, Revolt praised it as “a celebration of Black relationships,” and Billboard included it among “First Beat” and added, “The Virginia crooner acknowledges the revolving door in his relationship between him and his lover, and seeks to end the cyclical process.” Meanwhile, the title track “Back Home” has emerged as his biggest R&B radio hit in six years. It captured No. 7 on the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay Chart, marking his third Top 10 on the respective chart. Not to mention, it has already eclipsed 36 million global streams and a total of 4.2 million YouTube views.

On the other end of the spectrum, Trey has made important political statements with his recent endeavors. As he reflects on going Back Home, the importance of driving voter awareness leading into the historic upcoming presidential election has been crucial. The artist recently took part in the Be Woke Vote campaign, an initiative designed to drive visibility around the importance in voting.

Earlier this summer, he made headlines with “2020 Riots: How Many Times.” Over production from longtime collaborator Troy Taylor, the simultaneously tearful and powerful official video consists of footage shot over Trey’s BLACK LIVES MATTER weekend event. It fittingly took over the area he calls home—Petersburg and Richmond, VA—in honor of JuneTeenth 2020. Uproxx praised the single’s “gospel-inflected chorus,” noting, “(Trey) takes to task the concept of colorblindness, pointing out the hypocrisy of claiming not to see color when it’s clear that Black Americans have faced incarceration, wrongful death at the hands of the police, and income inequality at a disproportionate rate.” A portion of all proceeds from “2020 Riots: How Many Times” benefit both Black Lives Matter and the Community Justice Exchange’s National Bail Fund Network.

Trey has also been on the frontlines of multiple community protests and charity events in recent months, including the aforementioned Black Lives Matter weekend event earlier this summer held in commemoration of both Juneteenth and Father’s Day. The three-day event – prompted by former NBA All-Star Ricky Davis & The Ricky Davis Legacy Foundation, music industry legend Tony Draper, and GRAMMY® Award-nominated rapper Pusha T's #FEEDYOURCITYCHALLENGE – raised awareness and provided fresh groceries and essential PPE supplies for thousands of community members to use during the ongoing BLM protests. In addition, he recently participated in the #FEEDYOURCITYCHALLENGE in Los Angeles, alongside fellow musicians Roddy Ricch, Jhene Aiko, Mustard and more.

Since the release of his 2005 Atlantic Records debut I Gotta Make It, singer, actor, entrepreneur, performer, and Virginia native Trey Songz has achieved over 7.9 Billion Global streams and sales combined and received three GRAMMY® Award nominations. He has also earned 16-plus RIAA Certified platinum and gold singles and albums. Plus, he landed back-to-back #1 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 with the RIAA gold-certified Chapter V in 2012 and RIAA platinum-certified TRIGGA in 2014 and staunchly carried a tradition of classic R&B into the 21st century.

Now, he takes his fans on a journey to find out what matters most in life on BACK HOME.

“I wanna make the kind of R&B that inspired me to sing,” he says. “The songs that make you love, the ones that make cry and the ones that make you smile, laugh and dance. Music is the soundtrack that plays while we live our lives, and I wanna be there for my fans while they are living through this truly special time that we’ll never forget. I say I’m “Back Home” because the music feels that way. I hope you feel the same.”


Trey Songz
Grammy-nominated R&B superstar Trey Songz is currently working on his sixth studio album and will hit the big screen this summer, starring opposite Paula Patton in “Baggage Claim.” The romantic comedy is his latest box office film following “Texas Chainsaw 3D,” where his role was hailed as a driving force behind the film’s success. The multi-faceted Songz also has an eye towards digital innovation and, with more than 30 million followers across varied social platforms, recently launched his own social network – The Angel Network – in partnership with Handmade Mobile.

Songz is an award-winning singer-songwriter, rapper, producer and actor who the late Ahmet Ertegun proclaimed to be “among the most promising R&B artists we have had on Atlantic since we started the company 60 years ago.” “CHAPTER V,” his highly-anticipated fifth album and the follow up to his 2010 album “PASSION, PAIN & PLEASURE,” featured the multi-platinum hit “Bottoms Up (feat. Nicki Minaj)” and the #1 single “Can’t Be Friends,” both of which helped the album go on to secure RIAA Gold certification.

Releasing his debut album “I GOTTA MAKE IT” in 2005, which featured the hit “Can’t Help But Wait,” Songz followed up by dropping “TREY DAY” in 2007. 2009’s Gold-certified album “READY,” which featured such hits as the club friendly, Fabolous-assisted, “Say Aah” and the sultry “Invented Sex,” proved that Trey wasn’t slowing down anytime soon and solidified his place as a permanent fixture in R& music.

Recently, Songz was honored by the New York Chapter of the Recording Academy for his accomplishments in music, the youngest artist to ever receive the recognition. “It feels amazing to be so young and be honored. I have five albums out. I play all the time, but I would make music if I never got paid for it, if nobody ever listened to it,” said Songz at the event. “To be acknowledged by such an honorable academy is a blessing.”

Leveraging such success to help others, Songz is equally as passionate about “Angels With Heart Foundation,” which he founded in 2010 as a call to arms engaging his fan club – Trey’s Angels. It has since turned into a worldwide movement, with Songz encouraging members to give back and have a positive impact in their neighborhood through community service, supporting local charities and random acts of kindness.

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