Tremaine Aldon Neverson, better known by his stage name Trey Songz, is an actor and singer from the United States. I Gotta Make It, his new album, was produced by Atlantic Records in 2005. Trey Day, his follow-up album, yielded his first top 20 single, “Can’t Help but Wait.”
On November 28, 1984, Tremaine Aldon Neverson was born in Petersburg, Virginia. He was born to April (Gholson) Tucker and Claude Neverson Jr., who were both seventeen at the time of his birth.
Songz, who was nurtured as a military brat by his mother and stepfather, did not have musical ambitions as a youngster due to his shyness, claiming, “Singing wasn’t a reality for me until other people started recognizing I sounded good.” At the age of 14, he realized he had voice ability.
Meet Trey Songz’s Parents
Trey Songz’s parents are Claude Neverson Jr. Trey Songz’s Father. And April Tucker Trey’s mother.
Claude Neverson Jr. is a native of Petersburg, Virginia, who grew up in the United States. Trey Songz, and R&B singer, is his son. April Tucker, Trey’s mother, was just seventeen years old when he became pregnant.
Throughout Trey’s upbringing, he was usually absent. Claude was previously employed at Rubberman Tires and Rims in Petersburg, Virginia, as an assistant manager.