Trey Songz - Trigga
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Based on 9 reviews
2014 Ratings: #634 / 845
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Based on 24 ratings
July 1, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Songbook / Atlantic / Label
R&B / Genres
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Trigga is the sixth studio album by R&B contemporary singer Trey Songz, released in 2014, eventually reissued in 2015 under the name "Trigga Reloaded". Trigga represents an ego of the singer, the playboy. He sings about sex; many girls; foreign females; going up in the club with a girl who has left her man home; his late night plans; to apologizing for cheating, being bipolar, because now he tells a girl to go away and wonders how she's gonna leave him like that-to being sorry for ... read more
Most of the album is a collection of repetitive sexual lyrics trying to accomplish a sexy album that fails on such purpose.
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"Trigga" is a big surprise for me and by far one of the greatest albums this year! Sexy R&b sounds , collabos , passion and... Trey Songz . It reminds other time Drake,even in the "Disrespectful" it reminds me Justin Bieber and that is not bad
Some songs hit their mark, such as Disrespectful, All We Do and the Triple Six "Late Night Tip" homage, Late Night ft. Juicy J. The whole is another trite mainstream R&B album with recycled-sounding lyrics which have been through the rise cycle one too many times. Its forgettable, overly pandering to mainstream hip-hop R&B fans (teens) and under-over sexualized, think about it. It just hits right below the target, making it completely irrelevant.
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#11/Wondering Sound


#13/Rolling Stone (R&B)

Track List

  1. Cake
  2. Foreign
  3. Na Na
  4. Touchin, Lovin (featuring Nicki Minaj)
  5. Disrespectful (featuring Mila J)
  6. Dead Wrong (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)
  7. All We Do (featuring Lil Wayne)
  8. Foreign (Remix) (featuring Justin Bieber)
  9. Late Night (featuring Juicy J)
  10. SmartPhones
  11. Yes, No, Maybe
  12. Y.A.S. (You Ain't Shit)
  13. Change Your Mind
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