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Trey Songz

Chapter V

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September 10, 2012

Trey Songz's fifth album is his first to top the charts, and it makes sense: Chapter V is full of big ballads and bigger club beats that take dead aim at the pop mainstream. But Songz is at his best playing to his R&B base on songs like "Panty Wetter," when the Spanish-fly vapors fog up the ceiling mirror and he wraps his supple falsetto around lyrics like "Your panty-dropper has returned, and I'm goin' low."

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