Speaking about his tips for a night of passion in an interview with GQ.com, the hunk said: “From my songs. I kind of stay away from playing my music. But If I had to pick three. My man, if you want to make women happy definitely play my music. ‘Neighbours Know My Name’, of course, ‘Dive In’ is a great one, and ‘We Should Be’.”
However, Trey – whose full name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson – has suggested people should actually “lengthen” their compilation to include more than a trio of tracks.
He quipped: “Well, three songs are very short romantic playlist, so I would advise you get some more songs and lengthen your playlist.
“The music that I make is made for women. The parties are attend, or I’m paid to host, or the shows that I’m paid to perform at, the way I take care of my family is making music for women.”
The Virginia-born star believes it is important for a man to “cater” to his girlfriend or wife and know everything she likes, even her preference of chicken.
He explained: “Catering specifically to the woman you’re dating or involved with, if you’re cooking chicken you should know if she likes white or dark meat … it’s what makes you different to other men.”
And the ‘Bottoms Up’ hitmaker – who is set to unveil his seventh album ‘Tremaine’ on Friday (24.03.17) – has revealed he is “definitely” open to dating a fan and would struggle to “axe out” the option.
He explained: “I think it’s hard to axe that out, beating it up and making music for so long, that doesn’t mean that doesn’t mean that a fan can’t be a fan in my work place. But I think I would definitely date a fan.
“In order to have love, you have to be ready to receive love.”
But Trey is more likely to approach a girl and ask her on a date than the other way around.
He said: “I’m a man that loves to approach, that’s what I think men should do. But I’m not opposed to a woman who speaks their mind and knows what they want.”