The-Dream’s Fourplay album is expected to arrive on May 7. Recently, he and his collaborator shot the video for its latest single. Here’s a photo preview from Def Jam’s tumblr.
Terius begins the Fourplay on May 7th. And for the first single, he reunites with Fabolous for a mid-tempo slow jam. Try this on your Valentine’s Day playlist.
While conversing with Billboard backstage at the Grammys, Terius says he will be helping Kanye and Beyoncé on their next LPs. He also revealed the new title and release date for his very own. “May 7, my album drops and the name is ‘Fourplay,’” he told Billboard. The album was previously called “Love IV” and set for a March release. He’ll release the set’s latest single, “Slow It Down,” on Thursday.
During the acceptance speech for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Grammy, Jay-Z thanked the local swap meet for The-Dream’s kooky hat. Niggas fashion is weak—quit wasting all the models. UPDATE: The-Dream On The Roast
In anticipation for his 1977‘s commercial release next Tuesday, Terius brings relationship drama to the video screen for his duet with Casha. Damn, love used to be more simpler than this.
It’s not easy being a single parent. And in 2 Chainz’s new video, he depicts a mom working the pole to pay her way through school. More than likely, this is “Based On A T.R.U. Story” for real. Pick up the album here.
For 1977‘s opening track, Terius puts his troubled relationship on to the small screen. Disturbingly, his girl got the worst of it in the end. Album in stores December 18.
Terius fans rejoice. A press release just announced The-Dream will re-release his digital LP, 1977 in stores on December 18. Last August, he dropped the critically-acclaimed work for free online. 1. Wake Me When It’s Over 2. Used To Be 3. Long Gone 4. Ghetto Ft. Big Sean 5. Wedding Crasher 6. Rolex Ft. Casha 7. 1977 8. Wish You Were Mine 9. Real Ft. Pharrell 10. Form Of Flattery 11. AK47 12. Tender Tendencies hhnm
The-Dream reopens his bedroom diaries with the latest release off of 1977. Leave it to Terius to love ’em tender.
Bringing the machine gun funk is Terius with his new track off his upcoming re-release of 1977 on December 18. If shorty is anything like this, it should be kept off safety. rap-up