Born: November 28, 1984, Tremaine Aldon Neverson.
Hailing from Petersburg, VA, Singer-songwriter Tremaine Neverson first got his musical start at the age of 14. Better known as Trey Songz, he signed with Atlantic Records in 2003 and formed his own production company, Songbook, in 2004.
Songz made his musical debut in 2005 with the release of his first album “I Gotta Make It”. Following it up with “Trey Day” in 2007 and “Ready” in 2009, Songz became one of the most promising R&B artists to ever sign with Atlantic records.
He proved his greatness when "Can't Help but Wait" (the second single from “Trey Day”) earned Songz a nomination for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance at the 2009 Grammy Awards ceremony. The following year, Trey won the 2010 BET award for Best Male R&B Artist Trey has also released a number of mix tapes in which he raps, including his very well received “Anticipation” released in 2009.
With all of his success to date, there is no doubt that we can expect many more hits to come from Trey in the future.
Trey Songz was a rapper before he signed his record deal as a singer. He appears in Chris Brown’s “Yo” video. Has three younger siblings: two brothers and one sister. Has an alter ego entitled “Prince of Virginia”