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
The-Dream’s last album was released over a year ago. But instead of prolonging any longer he drops off his free LP, 1977 Make like 2011, and peep the tracklist and download link after the cut.
On the eve of the release of The-Dream’s Terius Nash’s upcoming
Watch The Bronze? Dream Terius announced that he will be releasing his next album for free and here is the project’s artwork. 1977 drops on August 31, 2011. UPDATE: Tracklist after the jump.
[vodpod id=Video.15305383&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Inspired by the upcoming movie, Colombiana, Terius gives us his new single in its video form. His new project, 1977 drops on August 31st.
The-Dream’s been hiding since releasing his latest tracks two months ago. But with his final Def Jam album scheduled for a 4th quarter release, he took to Twitter to announce his 10-track LP, 1977 will be released digitally for free on August 31 under his government name, Terius Nash. LP4 is Underway I THE-DREAM have decided to go forward with “Diary Of A Madman” LP it almost didn’t happen. So ill be in my Def Jam uniform for at least one More Season! Also a […]