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After 3 years Trey Songz is back with an authentic R&B album for R&B fans.
Back Home is a mega album filled with retro slow-jams that fans of classic R&B would love. There is real value in the phenomenal vocal performances that Trey Songz gifts us with on this album and value in the maturation that he shows as a human being on the record.
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He seems like a man that is ready to settle down, and give up on his partying ways and is ready to embrace love. From the ode to fatherhood that is “I Know a Love” to the pleas for justice that “2020 Riots: How Many Times” bring, Back Home exposes a new side to Trey Songz that his fans have not fully see him explore.
It was also quite fun to see Davido as a guest feature on “Sleepless Nights”, a catchy song that contrasts sunny rhythms with Trey’s moody lyrics and I hope it will be a hit. The title track comes alive with Summer Walkers honey-like vocals mixed with airy production.
All in all, if you want to just vibe to, then his older records Trigga and Chapter V are the albums for you, but on Back Home it seems like Trey Songz is writing a love letter to the R&B he grew up listening to and it is a pretty solid effort, the album is a 7.5/10.