Published on February 6th, 2024 | by Just Jay0
Ryan Trey Shows Fans The Stressful Tour Life In Official “f**k Tryin” Music Video
The St. Louis Native will be joining Mariah The Scientist On Her 2024 To Be Eaten Alive Tour.
R&B aficionado Ryan Trey (#JUSTAREGULARLABEL/Interscope Records) is giving fans an inside look at tour life while reflecting on the ups and downs of a rollercoaster relationship in the official music video for “F**K TRYIN” off his latest album STREETS SAY YOU MISS ME. The somber track has Trey making every effort to make his relationship work, but the demands of fame and the turncoat attitude of his significant other have him stuck in the middle.
In the video directed by Neil Dominique, the St. Louis native is back on the road performing for fans all over the world, with behind-the-scenes footage showing himself and his team taking in all the action. Trey brings the meaning of the song home when he is seen singing from the backseat of a luxury car and embracing all the success that has come his way while reflecting on his significant other.
STREETS SAY YOU MISS ME has picked up an enormous amount of steam since it was released last November. The album has already garnered 7.8 million total streams and has Trey leaving his undeniable mark in a busy R&B landscape and extending his artistry alongside guest features such as No Cap, Vory, Mariah The Scientist and Chase Shakur. With his previous work, Trey has been doing the same with singles such as “Nowhere to Run” (44 million single streams), “Mutual Butterflies” (40 million single streams), and “Rollin” (15 million single streams), heating up on streaming platforms.
Ryan Trey has been tapped to hit the road as an opening act on Mariah The Scientist’s 2024 To Be Eaten Alive Tour. The nationwide trek is set to kick off on March 6 in Seattle and will hit cities such as Portland, San Francisco, Phoenix, Houston, and more before wrapping up in Atlanta on May 4.
In addition to the album’s success, Trey has amassed 1 million monthly Spotify listeners, opened for Bryson Tiller in select cities on his 2023 Back & I’m Better Tour, and featured on several streaming playlists, including Spotify’s New Music Friday, R&B Right Now, Signed XO, and Apple Music’s Breaking R&B, The Plug, R&B Now and so much more.
The 24-year-old made his long-awaited return with the hit singles “30 FLOORS UP” and “AIN’T EVEN FRIENDS” after taking time off following his fourth project, A 64 East Saga, released in 2021. Trey followed those up with the singles “Only Us” alongside Babyface Ray in 2022 and “WHITE CROCS” with labelmate Jordan Ward in 2023.
Ryan Trey STREETS SAY YOU MISS ME eAlbum