Trey Songz: Everything Is Better in Slow Motion

Trey Songz: Everything Is Better in Slow Motion

R&B singer gets intimate about tantric sex.

Published June 29, 2015

Trey Songz seems to be working on his honorary doctorate in sexology.

In his recent interview with Billboard, the “Na Na” singer opened up about his recent Top 40 hit “Slow Motion” and teased a little info about his upcoming studio album, Tremaine.  “Slow Motion” with its infectious runs and catchy melody peaked at an impressive No. 26 on the Hot 100, telling a sexy story about taking your time.

“When you're being intimate, you got to read body language. You have to know when a woman is telling you to give her more or less, pay attention to the details," he said.

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The act of holding back known as tantric sex has been studied by the biggest of sex aficiandos, however lasting for, say, 36 hours is not in the busy singer's repertoire. “That's unnatural. (Laughs.) But everything is better in slow motion, ” he said.

Apart from his love of women, Trey is also never modest about the love of his fans, which is evident in his recent campaign that allowed them to create their own cover for the single “About You” on his website. The original artwork featured the stunning model, Ashley Wiggins.

With that; the recent re-release of Trigga:Reloaded featuring three new songs including, “Loving You,” with Ty Dolla $ign; and his surprise Intermission EP, Trey is making sure neighbors and fans alike always know his name.

“You got to re-engage people," he said. "Today, there are 800,000 artists dropping two songs a day. There's so many ways to listen to music. To keep people's attention, you got to work hard, be innovative, and continue to give them good product.”

Watch Trey Songz talk love, life, and music with Wendy Williams in the video below.

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Written by By: George Chapman, Jr.

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