Trey Day, Songz has now spent the better part of a decade creating sex-driven anthems for the bedroom with whatever woman may approach him. His technique has worked, especially in his live shows. Taking over Warehouse Live gives him full domain to render any “date” aspect of the evening useless. Your lady knows why she’s there: for Songz’s verbal intercourse, shirtless gyrations and persistent insinuations that she’s the only woman in the room.
R&B took a more sexualized tone in the early 1990s thanks to artists like R. Kelly and Jodeci; beforehand, sexuality had been discussed frequently in popular R&B, only in less direct and explicit terms. From that era of talent begat today’s crop of singers, few of whom get directly to the point quicker than Trey Songz. Discovering his voice as a lothario soon after his second album,