R&B superstar, Trey Songz is in his element for this month’s March issue of GQ Magazine.

The “Re-invented Sex” vocalist, who is currently on tour, strikes a few poses in “The Most Important Item in Your Wardrobe” article.  The singer also talks about his forthcoming album, Chapter V and his desire to leave an unorthodox legacy like Motown legend, Marvin Gaye.

“I could make a hundred ‘Bottoms Up’s.’ But they won’t change nobody’s life. Marvin Gaye sang love songs to a certain point, and then it was like, ‘F*ck this, I’m not clean-cut no more. I’m putting this skully on, letting this beard grow out, and I’m doing whatever the f*ck I wanna do.”

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