Well that was quick. Breezy now returns the favor
After releasing his critically acclaimed, 1977 LP, Terius Nash drops off the lead single from his fourth album The Love, IV: Diary of a Madman. Sounds solid—solid as a roc. mr. north
While in the UK, Terius visited Tim’s 1Xtra show. He opened up on his break up with Christina Milian, fatherhood, generating $15 million on Ri Ri’s “Umbrella” and writing Justin Bieber’s “Baby”.
No Blueprint 2. Terius Nash appears to be working hard on his next project and back to using his stage name. Here’s a flick of his next project’s covert art in the making. Get ready.
You thought Mr. Cannon was done with the remixes? Well, he’s back at it and this time he jumps on Terius’ track from his latest project, 1977.
The artist formerly known as The-Dream and Sean go to the barrios of Bankhead for their collaboration track. This can be found on Terius’ latest release, 1977. Ghetto fab.
Tomorrow, this Roc Nation singer will be releasing her EP, Every Girl with production from Ne-Yo, Frank Ocean and more. Here’s her latest ballad written by The-Dream and produced by Shea Taylor. Previously: “Thinking About Forever“
Next Wednesday, Terius will be holding a secret show in NYC. Where? Well, we can’t tell you yet, but we will be giving away 50 tickets. Stay tuned. #1977
Filmed by Aristotle, The-Dream goes black and white in the first visual off his terrific 1977. Hey that kinda looks like you know who. Breaking up is hard to do, son.
It’s the gift that keeps on giving. Days after The-Dream released 1977, under his government name Terius Nash, he revealed on Twitter that he’s ready to drop another free album this Fall. Barry Weiss ain’t gon’ like this. hhnm