The last major single, “Magic Stick,” featured Lil’ Kim and 50 Cent and peaked at number two on the Hot 100 without a video. None of this is meant to put further pressure on Trè Samuels, the newest Warner Records signing who recently released his major-label debut song of the same name.
Nothing about the phrases on this pleasure-seeking single is as X-rated as the two hip-hop legends’ 2003 masterpiece. The Australian singer/model refines the slick discourse of his masculine forefathers, finding himself formed from the curves of a shy interest.
With his confidence boosted, he develops a playboy persona and says that his stroke game will result in his girl spilling the beans in a group text.
Samuels stated that “Magic Stick” started off as a joke. It wasn’t until prominent auditory cues like trap drum beat set the stage for a more meaningful studio session.
“As soon as the chords were laid on top, it gave it a smooth R&B feel. It only felt right to turn it into a summer anthem. A song where I’m spitting game to a girl. Just an uptempo feel-good song,” explains Samuels.
Mike Video directed the video for Samuels’ “Magic Stick.”
“Magic Stick” is Samuels’ first single since 2020’s “It’s Ok To Break Down.” The song paves the way for his major-label EP, which is expected to drop later this year.
Samuels’ most recent project, Raspberry Wine, was launched in 2017. Since then, he’s created a modeling career in several fashion ads, including one with Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma brand.
He also received a huge songwriting credit on Chris Brown and Young Thug’s Slime & B mixtape track “Go Crazy.” For 29 weeks, the triple-platinum hit topped Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay list.
Stream Trè Samuels’ new song “Magic Stick” below.