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Trey Songz Reveals New Album Tracklisting

“Chapter V,” is the highly-anticipated fifth studio album from Trey Songz and the follow up to his 2010 album “Passion, Pain & Pleasure,” which featured the multi-platinum hit “Bottoms Up” featuring Nicki Minaj and the #1 single, “Can’t Be Friends.” Songz latest collection of music will be released on August 21st and features Trey‘s current single “Dive In” and the hits “Heart Attack” and “2 Reasons” featuring T.I.
The tracklisting was recently revealed without the guest appearances, now has your first look at the full tracklisting. The guests appear to be a who’s who in Hip Hop, with Songz joined by everybody from Diddy to Rick Ross and of course T.I. who appears on “2 Reasons.” However Kelly Rowland, J. Cole and Big Sean seem to be missing from the list, Trey has mentioned that he collaborated with them as well for this project. Check out the tracklisting below and pick up “Chapter V” on August 21st!

Official Tracklisting:
Chapter V
Dive In
Panty Wetter
Heart Attack
Playin’ Hard
2 Reasons (feat. T.I.)
Hail Mary (feat. Lil Wayne & Young Jeezy)
Don’t Be Scared (feat. Rick Ross)
Pretty Girl’s Lie
Bad Decisions
Forever Yours
Inside Enterlude
Without A Woman
Interlude 4 U
Simply Amazing
Never Again
Check Me Out (feat. Meek Mill & Diddy)

Bonus Deluxe Tracks:
Turn On
Almost Lose It
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