The-Dream announces release date for his new album Love IV MMXII
The-Dream (real name Terius Nash) has settled on a release date for his new album. According to Nash's Twitter feed Love IV MMXII is set for release on August 14th. The R&B crooner also took to Twitter for a spot of hater bashing:
"I will Leave no Holes in this Album Period, no room to be Hated only Adored or simply just say 'you don't fuck with me' but what U won’t Say is Dream Album is Mediocre or Sucks. I will Never Be your Star I’m to G and to Westside for that. I will never Sellout Arenas Because Since Love/Hate I didn't Sellout! And no matter how much you hate me you got to Respect that!"
Well at least he is impassioned. His latest single 'Kill the Lights' can be seen below and is expected to feature on the album.
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