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Chris Brown and Trey Songz announce joint tour

Chris Brown and Trey Songz announce joint tour

CHRIS BROWN & TREY SONGZ: the singers are calling on their fans for suggestions on what they should name their upcoming tour. Photo: Associated Press

R&B stars Chris Brown and Trey Songz are teaming up for a joint tour.

The Virginia natives are hitting the road this autumn, and the two took to their Instagram.com accounts to make the announcement.

Both singers posted videos of themselves as if speaking to each other one-on-one, with Songz suggesting they could perform old and new tracks, and even sang a line from Brown’s hit “Yo (Excuse Me Miss).”

He hinted the two have also recorded a duet, mentioning “that one song that we did together that no one’s heard”.

In addition, the singers are calling on their fans for suggestions on what they should name their upcoming tour.

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