With [artist id="1838768"]Trey Songz'[/artist] Passion, Pain & Pleasure September 14 release date just days away, the singer decided to give his devoted fans a special preview. The Virginia crooner took to Ustream to share a few sensual cuts from his upcoming fourth album.
Fresh from a massage and outfitted in a plain white tee and a fitted cap, Songz led his broadcast from Cincinnati, Ohio, the Thursday (September 2) stop on his [article id="1641538"]Passion, Pain & Pleasure Tour[/article]. In the hour-long Ustream session, Songz spoke with a few lucky fans on the phone about what they're most passionate about and played tracks like the sultry slow jam "Love Faces." The singer grooved along with the song, a midtempo number that proves his knack for cranking out baby-making music is intact with lines like, "Wouldn't it be nice if all night I was in you?" Songz was proud of his work, saying, "That thang cold, y'all, that thang cold," when the track wrapped up.
Throughout the broadcast, Songz lamented the leak of Pleasure tracks like "Love Faces" and "Doorbell," which began making the Internet rounds last week. "Shout out to everybody who didn't listen to the leaks," he said. But the singer brushed off the premature release of some of his tracks, adding, "Bootleggers gotta eat. I ain't mad at y'all boys."
Songz also gave fans a taste of "Massage," another bedroom-burner dedicated to lavishing a lover with a head-to-toe rubdown that he frequently performs on the tour while hooking up a lucky concertgoer with an actual massage.
In addition, Ustream viewers heard the sizzling "Doorbell," a track in which Songz unapologetically gets down to the business of gettin' busy. "Put my lips all over you/ Wanna put on a show for you/ This bedroom is my Colosseum/ Ring my bell, I'll let you in," Songz belts.
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