Tremaine Aldon Neverson (born November 28, 1984 in Petersburg, Virginia) known by his stage name Trey Songz, is an American contemporary R&B singer and songwriter. His debut album Gotta Make It, released by Atlantic Records in 2005. Inspired musically by R&B artists from the 1960s and 1970s such as Smokey Robinson and Aretha Franklin as well as contemporary artists such as Luther Vandross and R. Kelly, the young star debuted in 2005. He has an in-depth interview in the October 2007 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine.
Brad Terrence Jordan (born on November 9, 1970 in New Jersey), better known by his stage name Scarface (and formerly Akshen) is an American rapper originally known for his work as a member of The Geto Boys. He has been a solo artist since 1991, becoming one of the most popular southern (he moved to Houston, TX at an early age) rappers in the business, while maintaining ties to The Geto Boys.
In 2002, he released The Fix, the follow up to The Last of a Dying Breed and returned to the studio with the Geto Boys for their album, The Foundation. He has collaborated with such artists as Jay-Z, Freeway, Master P, Jadakiss, Faith Evans, Chamillionaire, 2Pac, Nas, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Lloyd Banks, Beanie Sigel, Young Jeezy, Too Short, Anthony Hamilton, Bun B, Raekwon, Z-Ro, and Gang Starr. He is known for his sometimes unique and exaggerated voice and rapping technique. He was also featured on The Biggie Duets alongside Big Gee and Akon. He guest-appeared on Ray Cash's debut single "Bumpin' my Music".