Trey Songz – Walmart Soundcheck Q&A – Video

Trey Songz dropped by Walmart Soundcheck to promote his new album Chapter V which comes out on August 21, 2012. He performed 6 songs and did an interview.

He also took time to answer questions from the fans at — and gave us a shoutout! I can’t breathe! This is so amazing! Thank you Trey! You are so hot!

Watch the video here:

Fan Questions

1. How have you evolved sonically and lyrically since 2010’s Passion, Pain & Pleasure?

2. What do you think of the state of R&B today and does this album help solidify its presence in modern music or add to the diversification?

The Set List

Watch the Full Performance at Walmart Soundcheck

Simply Amazing
“It’s just a record about that beautiful love that everybody dreams about. That love that if you had you wanna bottle it up! That moment that you felt all these emotions. It’s just simply amazing.”

Dive In
“’Dive In’ is a record that I’m very proud of songwriting-wise and R&B-wise. It has a strong bass line, amazing chords and very beautiful music. Without the words or my voice, or any song on top of it, I would [still] love to listen to this record.”

2 Reasons (featuring T.I.)
The second single from ‘Chapter V’ teams Trey up with Atlanta rapper T.I., and it’s a hard-banging club banger inspired by the night life . Explains Trey: “It’s a very fun record; it’s reminiscent of a club record that’s anthem-ish.”

Heart Attack
“It’s a record that speaks on the mini emotions of love. The point when loving someone is not easy anymore, when it’s not the beginning of the relationship. When you’ve had your ups, you’ve had your downs, and now you’re at a point when you’re trying to figure out if you’re going to make it. That’s a hurt feeling. This song is about not wanting to give that up. I’ve definitely felt that before.”

Can’t Be Friends
This 2010 hit (from the album ‘Passion, Pain & Pleasure’) chronicles the fallout from a bad breakup. Co-written by the singer with Mario Winans, ‘Can’t Be Friends’ finds Trey getting introspective about what might have been: “I wish we never did it / And I wish we never loved it.”

Say Ahh
The Virginia singer’s first top ten hit also scored him two nominations at the 2010 BET Awards. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Trey Songz ends his Walmart Soundcheck set by taking us into the club: “Pocket full of money / Club don’t jump until I walk inside the doorway.”

Watch the Full Performance at Walmart Soundcheck

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