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He might have been in such a good mood because his just-released playlist project is crushing records all over the place, grabbing a record 89.9 million streams globally in its first 24 hours on Apple Music and another 61.3 million streams on its first full day of release on Spotify.
Hot off the release of his latest LP, Tremaine The Album, Trigga returned to Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” for a very candid interview about his relationship with Drake and social media spat with Nicki Minaj. Both artists were Drake’s guests on the “Boy Meets World Tour” in London. “She’ll probably be mad about this, but y’all gotta realize,” he added, “I don’t really give a fuck about nothing.” He said he was bothered by the interaction at first, in part because he went out of his way to deny Remy’s allegations. But because this was Nicki and because we do have a history, because I respect her, I went out my way to do that. That’s why I don’t give no fucks.” Going back to Nicki’s “six plaques” comment, Trigga added: “Tell her give me some more. We were actually supposed to make music, one for his album and one for mine. We had records together before him and Nicki were considered to be a thing. I was the one you’d hear about on You Tube fighting.
“The first time Drake was on the stage was with me,” Trey explained.
At the time, Drake wanted to sign a deal with Trey, but the singer cautioned Drizzy against making the deal. Drake wanted to sign to me at a time when I wasn’t even Trey Songz yet,” he explained. pic.twitter.com/H12gn Sj Zwr — Latrell Phillips (@Trizze Trell) March 24, 2017 During the interview, Trey also addressed the Nicki Minaj versus Remy Ma beef, which he found himself dragged into after Remy suggested Nicki and Trey had an intimate relationship.
Songz hit STORY Nightclub where Lanez was performing Thursday night, less than a week after his felony assault charge for hitting a woman at a Hollywood party was rejected by the L.
Trey Songz looked like a guy who had a load taken off his shoulders during Tory Lanez's club gig in Miami, and truth be told he has.
Nicki ain’t have shit before ‘Bottoms Up.’ Nicki had a single with Sean Garrett…Some kind of ‘Attack’ [the song was called ‘Massive Attack’]. R&B and hip-hop were still two different things, I think, in the beginning of my career.” On Chris Brown’s early career: “Chris Brown danced, and he was 16, and light skinned, and he was working with Sean Garrett, the biggest songwriter at the time…’Run It’ was the record that made him a pop artist.
After that, she did ‘Monster’ and then you can say that.
Close call, but Trey is still available, if his tweets are to be believed.
Drake was clearly in a celebratory mood on Monday night (March 20) during his final show in London, hanging with Sade and his mom before the gig and then bringing out Nicki Minaj, Skepta, Giggs and Popcaan to toast the last gig on his Boy Meets World tour.