Trigga is Trey Songz's sixth studio album that was released on July 1, 2014 by Songbook and Atlantic Records.


  1. Cake 4:45
  2. Foreign 4:08
  3. Na Na 3:52
  4. Touchin, Lovin (featuring Nicki Minaj) 3:42
  5. Disrespectful (featuring Mila J) 3:57
  6. Dead Wrong (featuring Ty Dolla Sign) 3:49
  7. All We Do 4:28
  8. Foreign Remix (featuring Justin Bieber) 4:35
  9. Late Night (featuring Juicy J) 5:08
  10. SmartPhones 3:53
  11. Yes, No, Maybe 5:20
  12. Y.A.S. 6:07
  13. Change Your Mind 3:43

Chart PerformanceEdit

"Trigga" debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with first-week sales of 105,000 copies in the United States.

Critical ReceptionEdit

"Trigga" was met with positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 68, which indicates "generally positive reviews", based on 9 reviews.

Andy Kellman of AllMusic said, "This is, no doubt, one of the most flagrantly lecherous commercial R&B albums of its time. It also has sharp hooks and slick productions to spare."

Anupa Mistry of Spin stated, "Trigga ... [is] a sublime, soulful convergence of the sonic minimalism and oil-slicked synths of today's hip-hop and R&B (courtesy, mostly, of Young Thug and Migos-famous producer Dun Deal), and its sound provides a charismatic contrast to its almost anhedonic pursuit of pleasure."

Paul MacInnes of The Guardian said, "It might all feel a little mechanical, but Trigga does hang together, and has a seductive power that (one presumes) is befitting of the man himself."

Matt Fruchtman of Slant Magazine stated, "At times, Songz's lyrics venture into personal territory: "Y.A.S. (You Ain't Shit)" displays both genuine self-loathing and anger that's a stark contrast to the arrogant persona featured throughout the bulk of the album. This kind of vulnerability is refreshing, but Trigga is otherwise designed like a Hollywood blockbuster: squandered talent, obvious themes, and fleeting moments of creative excellence that stick among the clichés."

Martín Caballero of USA Today said, "Trey Songz's engaging sixth album, Trigga, is a statement of intent — not of a bold new direction, but rather of the singer's determination to solidify the hitmaker's pedigree he's worked hard to earn."

Julia LeConte of Now stated, "Trigga is smooth and singable, with its share of gems. "Change Your Mind" is the most initially catchy (in that vanilla, Jason Derülo way) and "Foreign (Remix)" begs for repeat spins."

Erin Lowers of XXL said, "Filled with lust, desire and sexual journeys, Trey Songz reaches an expected level of mainstream success with Trigga, and while safe is always encouraged during sexual acts, perhaps Trey could’ve taken a few more risks with this album."

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