The-Dream changes the title of his new album (again)
Did you know that along with being at the forefront of album name changing, The-Dream actually makes music?
Joking aside, the crooner has announced that his new album will now be titled IV Play, and will be released on May 28th via Def Jam.
Check out the album cover(s) below.
It took a few years for 35-year-old Terius Youndell Nash, better known as The-Dream to break out. For years he was co-writing hits, such as Usher's 'Baby,' Rihanna's 'Umbrella,' and Beyonce's 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It), among others, but it wasn't until his 2009 sophomore album Love vs. Money that he began to make a name for himself. [read more]
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. [read more]