Trey Songz lights up Sumfest stage

Saturday, July 21, 2012

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R&B recording artiste Trey Songz was the envy of the men inside Catherine Hall as he stole the the hearts of almost all the females with his performance.


Minutes before the 'Heart Attack' singer entered center stage, several females in the VIP section applied make up to their faces.


"I have to freshen for my new man Trey," an excited female joked before applying a fresh coat of lipstick.


Even before his sultry voice emerged over the microphone, the screams were almost deafening.


During the first 15 minutes of his set, the artiste sang the lyrics to songs like 'I Need a Girl', Can't Help But Wait, I Can't Stop Missing You and a rendition of Bob Marley's Turn Your Lights Down Low.


The singer sexily taunted and teased the females throughout his performance by removing his black T-shirt, exposing his hard and toned triceps.


Minutes later a shirtless Trey Songz had their eyes glued to him as he showed off his perfectly formed abs.


Some of the other songs that he delivered were Neighbours Know My Name, Love Faces and Dive In You.


— Simone Morgan

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