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gblowfish 12-03-2012 10:06 AM

Tell Me About Trey Songz
 
I'm an old guy. Never heard of this artist. I read a review of his show at the Midland Friday Night, the one that Belcher's girlfriend went to that apparently started the argument.

From the tone of the review, sounds like this guy is a R&B crooner type, kind of like Luther Vandross or Barry White, but younger. It also said the crowd was mostly women, and women dressed up in their finest.

You think having his GF being out late at a concert full of sexually overheated women while the baby was left at home with his mother might have been what pissed Belcher off?

That's not to say his GF did anything wrong. Girls have girls night out all the time and it can be a very good thing. Lets the new mom get away from baby stuff for one night, etc. Takes some of the drudgery out of being a new parent. I totally get that.

Maybe Belcher was selfishly thinking "I'm payin the cost to be the boss" and she should be here taking care of our daughter instead of out clubbing.

I don't know, I'm thinking out loud here.

What about this Trey Songz guy? What's the deal with him? Fill me in.

Discuss Thrower 12-03-2012 10:09 AM

He only came for the ladies and the drinks.

HonestChieffan 12-03-2012 10:10 AM

He is half brother to Dos Beerz

CoMoChief 12-03-2012 10:11 AM

is that the chocolate rain guy?

Saul Good 12-03-2012 10:11 AM

Interesting direction... /wanders out of the thread never to return

loochy 12-03-2012 10:12 AM

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Originally Posted by CoMoChief (Post 9175958)
is that the chocolate rain guy?

some stay dry and others feel the main

*moves away from mic to breathe in*

bevischief 12-03-2012 10:13 AM

who?

rabblerouser 12-03-2012 10:13 AM

1AM is not outrageous; she went to a show with her friends and was home less than 90min after leaving the venue parking lot.

If I'm home before 1AM Thurs-Sat, then I must not be feeling good

There is no excuse for his actions.

gblowfish 12-03-2012 10:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loochy (Post 9175965)
some stay dry and others feel the main

*moves away from mic to breathe in*

I have no idea wtf this means. Link?

El Jefe 12-03-2012 10:14 AM

I can't help but wait...

journeyscarab 12-03-2012 10:15 AM

Seductive Trey Songz heats up the Midland


http://www.kansascity.com/2012/12/02...e-midland.html


Trey Songz is doing what many others before him have done, from Tom Jones to Luther Vandross: singing songs of seduction.

He’s just doing it more salaciously.

And with better pecs and abs.

On Friday night, the R&B singer from Virginia filled the Midland theater, mostly with women, many of whom were dressed to attract attention. For 90 minutes, he had their attention, bombarding them with songs and ballads about romance and its many dimensions, especially the erotic ones.

The headliner followed a set by R&B singer Miguel that was shorter but nearly as carnal. His set included the reggae-infused “Quickie,” which contains a couplet involving the word “hickey.”

Songz brought a six-piece band that included a kinetic horn section, backup singers, dancers and splashy visuals, including a laser show and a soft-porn video.

The stage was equipped with a raised platform that included a trapdoor from which Songz emerged to open the show. All that visual stimuli abetted music written to stir the heart and the loins, music whose mission is often stated explicitly in song titles or within lyrics.

He opened with a couple of those — “Dive In” and “Panty Wetter” — songs filled with double entendres, sexual innuendoes and rank bravado. It all aroused plenty of squeals, singing along and suggestive dancing.

He sustained that kind of steamy pitch for most of his set, thanks also to his skills as a singer and an entertainer. He does have charisma and a nice falsetto.

The sound was rough most of the night, especially upstairs, but that didn’t seem to affect the mood in the place. During a few of the midtempo numbers, like “Fumble,” a lull set in, but then he rekindled the heat with a party anthem like “Say Aah,” which was fused with the chorus to 2 Chainz’s “Birthday Song.” (Songz turned 27 on Nov. 28.)

It wasn’t all about the physical realm. Songz showed his vulnerable side, too, in tracks like “Heart Attack,” which set off some happy mayhem early in the show, and “Simply Amazing,” a feel-good declaration of love.

Other songs on the set list: “Love Faces,” “Playin’ Hard,” “Don’t Be Scared,” “Unusual,” “Can’t Be Friends,” “Can’t Help But Wait,” “Unusual” and “Bottoms Up,” one of the closers, which set the place ablaze.

By then, he was naked to the waist, with some underthings in his back pocket, showing off his sculpted upper body and giving the crowd exactly what it came to get stoked about.

To reach Timothy Finn, call 816-234-4781 or send email to tfinn@kcstar.com. Follow him at Twitter.com/phinnagain. Read more from him at our music blog, Back to Rockville, at KansasCity.com.

gblowfish 12-03-2012 10:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Driving Wheel (Post 9175971)
1AM is not outrageous; she went to a show with her friends and was home less than 90min after leaving the venue parking lot.

If I'm home before 1AM Thurs-Sat, then I must not be feeling good

There is no excuse for his actions.

Absolutely agree that this is no excuse. I'm just trying to understand what the deal is with this Trey Songz guy, and if having his girlfriend go to this concert would bug him more than going, say, to something like Stevie Wonder or Bruce Springsteen or whatever.

Sounded from the review like this guy is a young cassanova type that women like to throw their panties at. Is that the case?

Shogun 12-03-2012 10:18 AM

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ChiefsCountry 12-03-2012 10:18 AM

http://www.kansascity.com/2012/12/02...e-midland.html

Saul Good 12-03-2012 10:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gblowfish (Post 9175981)
Absolutely agree that this is no excuse. I'm just trying to understand what the deal is with this Trey Songz guy, and if having his girlfriend go to this concert would bug him more than going, say, to something like Stevie Wonder or Bruce Springsteen or whatever.

Sounded from the review like this guy is a young cassanova type that women like to throw their panties at. Is that the case?

I heard Belcher's girl was all "Trey, yo yo yo, Trey. Do you think you could buy me a bottle of Rose?"


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