[vodpod id=Groupvideo.11425427&w=540&h=350&fv=] Before Pusha T’s controversial “Exodus 23:1” caused some ruckus online, MTV caught up with Pusha and The-Dream at an Atlanta studio where they spoke on how the track came about. It really started with this beat [from] Rico. We were like, ‘Yo, Dream would just sound amazing on the record, period.’ So we sent it out and it came back so quick. Dream was like, ‘Man this is one of the ones,’ ” Pusha recalled. “Personally, I never […]
[tweet https://twitter.com/#!/MrTeriusNash/status/202891078016319488] Even after his critically-acclaimed free album, 1977, Terius has been preparing for his fourth studio album. He announced via Twitter the release date and praises the upcoming body of work. LOVE IV is the BEST Album I’ve made. I don’t care what the sales will be. I will do my best to Challenge your Taste And Knowledge……. I will Leave no Holes in this Album Period, no room to be Hated only Adored or simply just say “you don’t […]
Terius finally releases the new video to his latest slow jam as well as introducing us to Casha. He is currently on his Kill The Lights Tour but expect to see his new album, Love IV this summer.
[vodpod id=Video.16235876&w=540&h=350&fv=] Fader Fort’s showcase at SXSW has had some big names this past week. Last night, Terius was one of the acts and just in case you missed it, Yardie provides us with his half-hour set.
The-Dream returned to S.O.B.’s last night under his government, Terius Nash. Before another sold out crowd, he performed a mix of his familiar hits and material from his 1977 mixtape. Skreech and Dark Nyte were both in the house and come through with the recap. Nice Ewing Jersey, Mr. Nash. Check out Stark’s photos below.