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Supported by hit single 'Na Na', the singer's latest studio effort comes at No. 1 on the chart after selling 105,000 in its first week.
In the Gil Green-directed clip, Trey is featured enjoying a wild night out with a bunch of ladies.
Fans can download the two songs for free after they pre-order the singer's upcoming album 'Trigga'.
In the black-and-white clip, the singer accidentally reveals that he's been cheating on his girlfriend with three ladies.
The Eif Rivera-directed clip centers on a female agent who fights bad guys before saving the rapper who's gone missing.
In the track, Trigga sings about being caught cheating and deciding to lie to save his relationship with his girlfriend.
Serving as the follow-up to 2012's 'Chapter V', the new album called 'Trigga' is expected to hit the stores on June 30.
In the video for the new version of 'You're Mine (Eternal)', the diva belts out the track from a rain forest in Puerto Rico while Songz sings and raps emotionally in his New York hotel room.
The new song marks the first solo release by the Virginia-born rapper since his 'Sensational'.
The hip-hop threesome throws cash around in a new club anthem clip featuring a cameo by Wiz Khalifa.
Ne-Yo salutes the 'Chapter V' hitmaker, who is honored alongside stars like Melissa Etheridge and Valerie Simpson, with a cover of 'Can't Be Friends'.
The hip-hop/R'n'B crooner waxes sentimental in his new music video 'Fumble', a track off last summer's 'Chapter V'.
The R 'n' B singer is scheduled to attend a court date in February to face misdemeanor assault charges against a woman.
Trey sells 135,000 copies of his latest album, pushing last week's champion 2 Chainz from the penthouse of the chart to the runner-up place.
The 'Simply Amazing' singer, along with Kevin Hart, directs the music video which sees him playing a coach of female football team.