Trey Songz is on the promotional trail for Passion Pain & Pleasure and visited 100.3 for a radio interview.
It is very clear that Trey Songz does not care about pleasing radio jockeys, journalists or the media. Trey Songz believes that everyone doesn’t need to like him that his life isn’t for “everyone to like.” When a comment was made about the perception of his image after his BET show “My Life” Trey immediately went on defense claiming that anything otherwise would be “unauthentic.”
I understand EXACTLY where Trey is coming from and it is also very true– you just rarely meet an artist that will admit that he doesn’t need everyone to like them.
I think Trey is creating a new type of artist– one that is as real as they claim to be.
How do you feel about Trey’s realness?
Trey recently sat down with us for an exclusive interview, click here to watch it. Do you think he was being arrogant here too?
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