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Trey Songz makes surprise appearance at Fiction Nightclub

Trey Songz FictionParty goers at Fiction Nightclub in Kingston were treated to a surprise Friday night after American R&B superstar, Trey Songz made an appearance and later performed for the crowd on hand.

According to reports, the award-winning singer, clad in all-white performed a 20-minute long set after doing some partying inside the club, taking the stage shortly after 3 a.m. and going into hits such as Mr. Steal Your Girl, Na Na and more.

Trey Songz was visiting Jamaica, having made stops in the capital as well as Ocho Rios. While hanging out, he posted an Instagram video drinking Red Stripe Beer before trying his best at doing a Jamaican accent.

“Badman thing, yow Jamaica wad up? I went to sleep in Toronto and woke up in Jamaica, that’s the life,” he said in the video.

This is the singer’s second performance in Jamaica, having previously appeared at Reggae Sumfest in 2012, when he took the stage on International Night 1.

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Shabba at Sumfest

Trey Songz and Shabba’s return cap electrifying International Night at Sumfest

Following a Dancehall Night that’s been hailed as the best ever by industry observers, Reggae Sumfest upped the ante with a wholly captivating International Night for the ages.

On Friday night, a great sense of anticipation filled the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex as fans craved the return of American R&B sensation, Trey Songz to Jamaican soil as well as the homecoming of Dancehall legend, Shabba Ranks after an 11 year absence from the local scene. That anticipation turned to delight as fans in Montego Bay got to witness stellar performances from both artistes as well as a slew of other acts that graced the Sumfest stage in the early hours of Saturday morning.

International Night featured prominent young and veteran acts that made strong impressions on Reggae Sumfest. One such artiste was Downsound Records artiste, Nature, who validated his rising status within Reggae music with a powerful and energetic set that included delivering his breakthrough hit, World Peace.

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Trey Songz promises stellar Sumfest performance

Internationally acclaimed R&B singing sensation, Trey Songz insists that his Jamaican fans should expect nothing but the best during his upcoming performance at Reggae Sumfest.

Trey Songz will headline the first of two international nights at the ongoing Reggae Sumfest event in Montego Bay this Friday. The award-winning singer, known for singles such as Heart Attack and Sex A’int Better Than Love will be making his second appearance in Jamaica for a stage show; his first since the summer of 2008 when he performed at Temple Hall Estate in St. Andrew.

His debut showing in Jamaica drew little fanfare, despite showcasing a bill that included Assassin, Leftside and Yung Joc. However, on his second go-around in the island, Trey Songz insists that locals will be treated to a more mature and entertaining performance when he graces the Catherine Hall stage.

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R Kelly and Trey Songz

R Kelly, Trey Songz set for Reggae Sumfest 2012

The 20th edition of Reggae Sumfest will see some international flavor added to its bill as a pair of R&B superstars will take to the Catherine Hall stage this July.

Highly acclaimed veteran singer, R Kelly and two-time Grammy nominated R&B artiste, Trey Songz have been confirmed for Reggae Sumfest 2012, which will take place from July 15-21 in Montego Bay. Trey Songz will take to the stage on International Night 1 (July 20) while R Kelly will perform on International Night 2 the following night.

R Kelly was due to perform at last year’s edition of Reggae Sumfest but had to pull out after complaining of throat pain and later having an emergency operation on said throat. Though Trinidadian-American hip-hop superstar, Nicki Minaj was added to the bill and delivered a memorable performance, many fans were disappointed by R Kelly’s absence.

However, Sumfest organizer, Johnny Gourzong insists that Kelly felt really bad about his inability to perform at last year’s event and hopes to make it up to his Jamaican fans in grand fashion.

“R Kelly was so disappointed with not being able to come to Sumfest last year that we spent the whole year trying to work out a make-up date, which was Reggae Sumfest 2012,” Gourzong said in a press release.

Though not nearly as publicized, Trey Songz was also due to perform at last year’s show but was unable to do so due to a scheduling conflict.

According to Gourzong, many young music fans have been pleading with him to put the Heart Attack singer on his show.

“Everywhere I go, young people have been saying we need to have Trey Songz on the show and, hence, we decided to make it possible,” he said.

Gourzong intimated that both artistes are glad to be part of such a meaningful staging of Reggae Sumfest.

“Both international acts are excited to be here for Sumfest’s 20th anniversary and Jamaica’s 50th,” he said.

For R Kelly, this would be his second career performance in the island while it would be the debut of Trey Songz on Jamaican soil.

R Kelly remains a top quality act within R&B circles, known for classics such as I Believe I Can Fly, World’s Greatest, I Wish, Ignition (Remix), Bump & Grind as well as Number One (featuring Keri Hilson). Additionally, he’s renowned for the popular Trapped In The Closet series, for which he has release 22 chapters and announced this past March that it will continue.

Trey Songz has emerged as one of R&B’s princes in recent years, with singles such as Love Faces, Sex Ain’t Better Than Love and Already Taken. The prominent singer will be releasing his new studio album, Chapter V this summer.

Reggae Sumfest 2012 is being sponsored by Pepsi, the Jamaica Tourist Board as well as telecommunications giant, Digicel.

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