Trey Songz vs. Chris Brown — The Boombox Battle
The people have spoken and crowned Trey Songz the winner of The Boombox Battle this week. The singer's new song 'Na Na' dominated the competition, beating Future's 'Move That Dope' by taking a whopping 95.36 percent of the vote. This left the rapper with only 4.64 percent.
Trey's big hit 'Na Na' quickly gets you hot and bothered as the R&B singer chronicles his steamy sessions in the bedroom. Produced by DJ Mustard, the track has been moving up the Billboard charts and has already been remixed with the help of Troy Ave.
"I’m feeling lucky tonight / When we leave this party you gon’ love me tonight," he croons on the song, which will be featured on his sixth studio album, ‘Trigga.'
This week, fellow R&B singer Chris Brown takes on Trey with his latest track, 'Loyal,' featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga. The song details the issues men have with trusting women, claiming that the ladies are just in relationships for selfish reasons. There are few versions of the song but no matter which one you listen to, the track still begs the question whether or not these ladies are gold diggers.
"When a rich n---- want you / And your n---- can't do nothing for ya / These hoes ain’t loyal," Chris lays down on the hook.
Meanwhile, Lil Wayne opens the song, questioning if a significant other is with him because of his status. "I wasn't born last night / I know these hoes ain’t right / But you was blowing up her phone last night / But she ain’t have her ringer nor her ring on last night, oh / N----, that’s that nerve / Why give a bitch your heart / When she rather have a purse?" Weezy spits.
Who will dominate this week? Will Trey Songz's 'Na Na' win? Or will Chris Brown's 'Loyal' take The Boombox Battle crown? Vote for your favorite song in the poll below. Remember you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Tues., May 6, at 10AM ET.
Listen to Trey Songz's 'Na Na'
Listen to Chris Brown's 'Loyal' Feat. Lil Wayne & Tyga
Rules of The Boombox Battle
Two artists compete against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next The Boombox Battle. If an artist wins four straight The Boombox Battles, the song will be honored in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.