Trey Songz Get Cozy w/ Baby Noah In Quarantine-Style Music Video ‘Back Home’ Ft. Summer Walker

Trey Songz Get Cozy w/ Baby Noah In Quarantine-Style Music Video ‘Back Home’ Ft. Summer Walker

Singer Trey Songz is back with fresh, new music!

His latest track, “Back Home”, was released on Thursday (April 29th), along with an official music video, featuring some of the R&B heartthrob’s precious moments with his son, Noah. The 35-year-old Grammy-nominated singer also linked up with newcomer Summer Walker for the single,  which samples New Edition’s ‘If It Isn’t Love,’  and Camron’s 2002 hit ‘Oh Boy.’

Produced by Hitmaka, Trey Songz shows the inside of his home while sharing a message of solitary during the troubling coronavirus spread that has forced millions across the nation to limit travel outside of their homes. For his “Back Home” video, the singer shares a series of clips that highlight his friends and fans’ different ways of creatively passing the time during quarantine.

From home-based hair care to karaoke nights with kids, drinking wine out of the bottle, or just snuggling up with their quarantine baes, Trey Songz sheds light on the beautiful, priceless moments of the unwarranted lockdown.

The visual features a healthy list of cameos from tv host Terrence J, to Fat Joe, Fabolous, Kevin Hart, and 50 Cent.

To add, Songz highlighted some of the best moments of the stay home orders such as Dj D-Nice’s infamous Instagram lives and the countless dance challenges.

In a recent live with Terrence J, the proud new father opened up on how he spent baby Noah’s first birthday while under quarantine and. Songz says,

“I almost couldn’t be here for it.”

He added,

“Just in times like these you just realize what really matters and a lot of the things we pay attention to and energy too. It doesn’t matter. It’s a great time to check on people you love. It’s a great time to tap into what’s really going on in your mind. I just want to wish positivity in this time. We are going to get through it. I love how people are coming through with some much creativity too.”

Trey Songz’s “Back Home,” is his first track released since his 2019 collaboration with Chris Brown for “Chi Chi.” His last solo record dates back to 2017’s “Nobody Else But You,” from his ‘Tremaine The Album,” release which sold more than 45,000 copies in its first week before going certified gold in 2019 with 500,000 units.

Check out the video below:

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Authored by: Gregory Molette