Trey Songz Brings Sex & Anticipation To NYC (PHOTOS)

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    Trey Songz is undoubtedly one of the only true R&B artists who haven’t relinquished their soulful melodies and melodic runs for electro-pop dance tracks.

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    Trigga Trey stopped through the nation’s most famous city, New York City, to bring his “Anticipation 2″ Tour to Madison Square Garden. 

    Packed with screaming women of all ages, races, religions, and creeds, Trey kicked off the 13th stop of his highly anticipated tour with Finally Famous rapper Big Sean

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    Big Sean performed his collection of hits back to back in between ditching his jacket and shirt to show off his “bedroom” skills. 

    Big Sean made the perfect opener for an already hypersexual crowd of eager beavers, aka women. 

    As Trey stepped on the stage, the rumbling noise of screams and cries intensified his presence on stage.

    Dressed in a European cut suit, Trey belted out fan favorites from his latest project Anticipation 2

    If you think for one second that Trey Songz could possibly give a mediocre show, think again!

    Trey methodically moved from ballad to ballad while engaging his screaming fans by chit-chatting with them in between sets. 

    Live shows can sometimes be tricky for singers performing back-to-back shows week after week, but Trey Songz showcased his ability to maintain vocal stamina and range. 

    Trey’s “Anticipation 2″ Tour is all about sex, songs and of course, Trigga Man.

    If you love classic R&B and need a perfect girl’s night out, Trey’s concert is perfection presented in soulful melodies. 

    For the gentlemen, sorry to tell you, this isn’t really a “man’s man” concert, but if you want to take your girl on a date, Trey can promise you a happy ending. 

    Check out pictures of Trey performing at Madison Square Garden in the gallery above!

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