The season of giving is upon us, and Trey Songz couldn’t agree more.
The Slow Motion singer gathered with friends, family and his closest fans Saturday at Lou La Vie luxury car showroom in downtown Miami, where they all made sandwiches and put them in brown paper bags along with other snacks.
The event was a collaboration between the rapper’s foundation, Angels with Heart, and #HashtagLunchbag, a nonprofit founded in California that focuses on feeding the hungry.
“Giving back is a feeling that is undeniably one of the best feelings in the world because it’s not something you can buy, and it’s something special — that feeling that you can only give somebody from the bottom of your heart,” said the R&B artist, who flew some of his fans into Miami from other parts of the country to spend the day with him.
Also in attendance was DJ Khaled, who agreed that giving back is the No. 1 rule in his book.
“Every day of my life I try to do something — whether it’s a friend or the homeless or kids in need, or even going to schools and talking to kids,” Khaled said. “It’s the most amazing feeling in the world.”
While out delivering the food around the downtown area, Songz took pictures, signed autographs and chatted with locals.
Later that night, the 30-year-old born Tremaine Aldon Neverson partied at Nikki Beach with a crew from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400, like stock car racing driver Denny Hamlin. The guest list also included TV personality Fernando Fiore and rising star/musical artist Fantine, whose latest single, What a Day, features Wyclef Jean.
The action didn’t stop there for the indefatigable Songz. The Virginia native and sometime actor (Baggage Claim) kept the night going at Story nightclub. But we’re sure the pro will be ready to go bright and early Thursday morning as one of the performers slated for the 89th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.