Say Aah
by Trey Songz (featuring Fabolous)

Album: Ready (2009)
Charted: 9


  • This is the fifth single from R&B artist Trey Songz's third studio album, Ready.
  • The song features Fabolous. Songz also collaborated with the rapper on "Last Time," a track from Fabolous' 2009 album Loso's Way.
  • The song's music video was filmed in New York and directed by Yolande Geralds. Songz told MTV News about the clip: "I wanted it to be sexy, adult, everybody having fun in the video. The song speaks on more so a club atmosphere, but the video is more lofty - sexy women all over the place, adults having fun. This one lady in particular, she's representing the independent women without taking it over the top. She's got her own. She takes me back to her crib - so we invent sex together."
  • This was a lucky thirteenth chart entry for Trey Songz as it was his first title to reach the Top 10 of the Hot 100.
  • A unique interpretation sung by the Sacramento songstress Lindsey Pavao during the Blind Auditions section of the second series of The Voice made the judges 'say aah' and earned her a place on Christina Aguilera's team. It also sold enough copies to debut at #80 on the Hot 100.


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