|Trey Told 'Em|
|Gregg Gillis (left) and Frank Musarra (right)|
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York|
Trey Told 'Em is an American music project composed of American musicians Gregg "Girl Talk" Gillis and Frank Musarra. Formed in 2007, the project is dedicated to production and remix work primarily for other artists. The two have collaborated closely outside of the project, with Musarra directing the Girl Talk video "Touch 2 Feel" and later contributing to the production of his fifth studio album All Day (2010).
Trey Told 'Em have released a string of remixes for artists such as Tokyo Police Club and Simian Mobile Disco; their only full-length release to date is the DJ mix album Super Epic Thrill Jockey Mega Massive Anniversary Mix, issued in November 2007.
- DJ mix albums
- Super Epic Thrill Jockey Mega Massive Anniversary Mix (2007—CD, Thrill Jockey) [thrill 12.29]
- Tokyo Police Club – "Cheer It On" (2007)
- Simian Mobile Disco – "I Believe" (2007)
- Soft Tigers – "Mr. Ice Cream" (2007)
- Professor Murder – "Dutch Hex" (2007)
- of Montreal – "Gronlandic Edit" (2007)
- "All of the Other Songs Remixed" [from the album Love and Circuits: A Cardboard Records Compilation] (2007)
- Unreleased Kings of Leon remix (2009)
- Kesha – "Tik Tok" (2010)