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
Even on a holiday it’s business as usual for the folks at Def Jam. And today, the label’s resident R&B thug The-Dream, was named Vice President of A&R. Says Mr. Nash: “I am committed as I have been previously to bringing the power of belief in the artist back to the forefront. I share a unique view of an artist and as well as the business of music. I, with the help of many others, have ran a successful business for […]
What’s doper than dope? How about Terius and Terence’s new music video. Kinda gives new meaning to a coke and smile. Love IV MMXII August 14th. life+times UPDATE: Coke replaced with gold