I haven’t had some eye candy up here in a minute! Trey Songz is featured on the latest cover of Honey Magazine and he speaks on everything from romance, his sex appeal to his thoughts on R. Kelly’s latest cd. Peep the excerpts:
On his Sex Appeal
I’m a lovable guy. You don’t think so? I’m confident. That exudes. Women like men who are confident. I’m humble and I was raised by women so I know what women like.
On opening up to his fans
I do, but I can’t give my whole life to my fans. Then the mystique is gone. If you know everything about someone, why would you continue to pursue that person?….that’s a part of any artistry. There has to be a mystique. In order for women to want me and kids to think I’m the coolest and men to want to be me, there has to be something about me that’s ‘wow.’ If you get rid of the ‘wow’ who cares?
On D’Angelo’s “Untitled” and being compared to D’Angelo
That’s the moment he became a sex symbol. Do we know the moment I became a sex symbol? No. There’s no significant moment where that happened for me. And there’s nothing that I really… maybe when I cut my hair, I don’t know. But for me, it’s never been something we chased after. The album cover was just showing the new me, showing that I’ve been working out, showing my hair is cut. If you look inside the packaging it’s showing the other side of the evolution where my suits are tailored, where — things of that nature — so, I don’t know if I would compare myself to D’Angelo in that way. But I definitely feel it. I definitely feel the sex symbol status.
**I believe Trey became a sex symbol after he cut off them dang on braids started dressing like a grown man and began singing about d**king females down. On his last album he was singing about “Can’t Help But Wait” and now he’s taking them straight home from the club and “Inventing Sex”
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