The “Back at One” singer addresses the subject on his new single, “Better,” the title track of his forthcoming album." data-reactid="27"Mc Knight says the song written about his girlfriend Leilani Malia is based on a true story.
“It’s completely autobiographical, about my life now,” the Grammy nominated singer tells Yahoo Music. We don’t have any of that.”In the song, Mc Knight also credits Malia for helping him become a better man.
Coming soon is “Tremaine the Playboy,” a VH1 web series based on the crooner’s journey to find “love” in a spoof-like show like “For The Love of Ray J” or “Flavor Of Love.” In the trailer for the series (which is hosted by Draya Michelle and Steelo Brim) Songz tells the women, “I’m here looking for love,” Mr. “Hopefully I find the love of my life.” The series looks like it will be full of drama and sexy moments as Trey dates his way through many women who are all vying for his affections.
One of the contestants is played by singer Kreesha Turner, who, in the clip is in bed with Trey before throwing a sweater over the camera.
He is also the stepson of his mother's second husband, gospel singer, Pastor Marvin Winans whom she married in 1978.
Mario Winans began learning piano, keyboards, and drums while still in grade school in Detroit and learned how to work in a recording studio at an early age.
He began producing gospel music professionally after graduating high school, eventually working with gospel music artists Fred Hammond, The Clark Sisters and various members of the Winans gospel music family.
But unlike the rest of his family who stuck with gospel, Mario also delved into secular music.
In the mid-1990s, Mario was signed to a production deal with Dallas Austin's Rowdy Records thru producers Tim & Bob.