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Trey Songz Net Worth

Trey Songz Net Worth 2019 | Sources of Income, Salary and More
Net Worth$12,000,000
Full NameTremaine Aldon Neverson
Date of Birth/AgeNovember 28, 1984 (age 34)
Source of wealthRapper, Actor
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originPetersburg, Virginia
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Trey Songz’s net worth is about 12 million dollars.

How Much Does Trey Songz Make a Year?

He is said to make about 1.7 million a year, depending on his record sales, tours, and acting jobs for that year. He was signed in 2003 to Atlantic records for $100,000.


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He doesn’t enjoy a very lavish lifestyle and prefers to save his money, support his family, and give to charity, including his own Trey’s Angels and Songz for Peace charities.

How Does Trey Songz Make his Money?

Trey Songz makes his money from his musical career, songwriting, and acting. His earnings from music vary with the success of his albums and singles.

He earned over $300,000 from his first album, and $100-300,000 from each album after that. Earnings from his singles range from $22,000 for “Never Again” to $1 million for his hit “Na Na”.

This depends on downloads and sales of each single.


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He also makes money from his product endorsements. Trey has endorsed several liquor and spirits brands, including SX Liquors, Cherry Noire, and Moet.

He’s made money from endorsement and advertising with Kodak, Adidas, and Rocawear. His endorsements make him approximately $300,000 a year.


Trey Songz is known for his sexy lyrics, melodic voice, and love of beautiful women. He’s worked non-stop since the beginning of his career, putting out albums and singles every year.

He is also famous for his songwriting skills and has written hits with 50 Cent and Ne-Yo. He is also a rising musical producer, composer, and actor.

He has appeared in eighty movies and music videos, including Texas Chainsaw 3D and Baggage Claim. Twenty-nine of those music videos were for his own hit songs.

His songs have appeared on over fifteen movie and television soundtracks as well.

Early Life

Trey Songz was born Tremaine Aldon Neverson on November 28, 1984, in Petersburg, Virginia. He moved around the country once his mother remarried, as his stepfather was in the Army.


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However, they moved back to Virginia in time for him to attend high school. He attended Petersburg High School and graduated in 2002.

He originally had no ambition for a musical career but performed only with friends or family’s encouragement. He considered himself shy as a child and had to be pushed to sing in public.

His original career ambition was to be a barber, which he practiced on his friends. He was introduced to Troy Taylor, a record producer by his father and signed to Atlantic records in 2003.

He spent his summers in NJ, working on his music until he graduated. He then moved to New Jersey with Taylor, to work on his debut album.


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Personal life

Trey has a mother, April Tucker, a juvenile probation officer, and stepfather, Claude Neverson, Jr., a military officer. He also has two brothers, Forrest and Alex, and a sister, Nikki.

He is very close to his family, especially his mother, and has good memories of her working hard to support her family while she was a single, teenage parent.

Trey has dated quite a few women over the years, including an on and off long-term relationship with the actress and model Lauren London, which may have ended because of his popularity with other women.

He’s dated Instagram star Iesha Marie, model Tabby Brown, and Ciara. He’s also rumored to have dated Khloe Kardashian and singer Mila J. He was most recently connected with the much younger Lori Harvey, Steve Harvey’s daughter. He has no children.


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Trey Songz’s first album “I Gotta Make it” debuted on the Billboard charts at number 20, in 2005. Its first and second singles, “Gotta Make It” and “Gotta Go” reached number 87 and 67 on the charts.

He followed this up by featuring on Twista’s “Girl Tonite” single. His second album, “Trey Day” came out in 2007.


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Its second single “Can’t Help but Wait” was a hit and was used in the film “Step Up 2 the Streets.” In 2008, Trey Songz received a nomination for the BET Awards as Best Male R&B artist.

He won this award when nominated again in 2010. In 2009, he released two mix tapes and his third album, “Ready”. This was his most successful album so far, going platinum, and reaching number 3 on the charts.

This led to Trey collaborating with Drake and Amerie on their albums.


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The following albums led to more hits and a tour with Monica and later, Big Sean. His fourth and sixth albums, “Passion, Pain & Pleasure” and “Trigga” both went platinum, while his fifth, “Chapter V”, went gold.

His most recent album, “Tremaine the Album” has yet to go gold. During his career, he has also found time to release 12 mix tapes, and over fifty singles as featured or guest artist.

He’s also headlined eight tours in his career and found time to appear in several movies and documentaries.

Trey Songz net worth reached $12,000,000 by 2019.

Interesting Facts

He released several mixtapes under the name “The Prince of Virginia.”
After his first album, he bought his mother a house.
He started the Songz for Peace Foundation with philanthropist Noonie G, to empower kids and give them positive role models.
He owns a Mercedes S63 and $3.5 million dollar, ten bedroom home in Los Angeles, California.
Trey has several tattoos dedicated to his family, including his grandmother., mother, and siblings.


Trey won a BET award and MuchMusic award in 2010. He also won Soul Train awards in 2010 and 2014.
He was nominated for a Grammy three times: in 2009. 2010, and 2013.
He has worked with musicians and producers from the spectrum of the music industry, including Kevin Lyttle, Jennifer Lopez, and David Guetta.


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Favorite Quotes from Trey Songz

“Success can be a dangerous drug. It definitely changes people, and it can take you to another world, if you allow it to.”

“The thing that is cool about my come up is that I dealt with fame and having money gradually. It didn’t happen overnight. It was something that took a while to happen. It was something that humbled me and made me very appreciative of my blessings more than I would have been if it had happened faster and easier.”

“Barriers have been broken: rappers are singing, and singers are rapping. You might catch a rapper on a rock song, a pop artist on a hip-hop song – there are so many different things that are going on today. That is the same way in which we live our lives; we’re all over the place. I like to try different things.”


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Tips for Success from Trey Songz

“I get to go make music, and I get paid to do it, and this is what people love me for. I couldn’t ask for anything greater, so how could I not go in the studio and make a million songs?”

“I take pride in working very hard. You need to understand that hard work doesn’t instantly pay off. My career grew gradually and taught me a lesson every step of the way.”

“I urge younger artists to know that you don’t have to be anything you don’t want. You can do whatever’s comfortable for you. From the music I make to the things I do in my life, I’m true to my R&B core. I have the capability to make pop records and crossover, but that’s not my aim.”