Posts Tagged ‘The Dream’

New Video: The-Dream feat. Fabolous – Summer Body


It’s already back-to-school time for many students, but The-Dream is still livin’ for the summer by premiering the anticipated music video for his recent single, “Summer Body” featuring Fabolous.

The father of eight, shows us how to truly enjoy the hot months, with a sexy underground party in the neon-colored visuals. Fab opens the clip spitting his buttery flow while chillin’ by a pool table surrounded by video vixens. The Radio Killa follows up holding a pool cue and lighting a blunt. Dream holds nothing back as he sings about grabbing hold of his new lover.

“I need that rendezvous / I need that in my room / I need that bunker down,” he sings. “Tell your man no not now / Tell me when you’re around / I want to rub you down.”

After partying with the crowd, The-Dream grinds with another female against a newspaper covered wall.  Fabolous ends the clip with the message, “You know you gotta grind all winter so you can shine all summer, right?”

“Summer Body” is the first single from The-Dream’s upcoming album, Love Affair, which is due this fall.  Check out the video below.

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New Video: Ty Dolla $ign feat. Lil Wayne & The-Dream – Love U Better


Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Wayne, and The-Dream host a swanky house party in the video for their new single, “Love U Better.”

Shot in a lavish mansion in the Hollywood Hills, the Ryan Hope-directed clip features cameos from Sevyn Streeter, YG, Jeremih, and Trae Tha Truth, who mingle with one another at the evening bash while Lil Wayne hangs out in a steamy bathroom with a naked model.

In between party scenes, an upset woman can be seen screaming at the top of her lungs while wearing lingerie. Elsewhere, a young child is shown on the steps of the house, watching the evening’s festivities unravel.

The DJ Mustard-produced “Love U Better,” which samples Mary J. Blige 1997 classic “I Can Love You,” is the first single off Ty’s forthcoming album Beach House 3, which is coming soon.

Watch the party-filled video below.

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The-Dream Speaks On His Uncredited Hits, VH1’s New Series ‘Signed’ & More on ‘The Breakfast Club’


The-Dream has been one of our biggest hit makers for a decade already. He has become known for his innate abilities to write and produce catchy, infectious records for himself and many of your favorite artists. Now, the gifted artist is looking for the next big talent to work with. Joining Rick Ross and Roc Nation’s Lenny S., the trio have launched their new reality series, “Signed,” on VH1.

With the show premiering this week, the singer-songwriter stopped by Power 105 for a new interview with “The Breakfast Club.” In addition to talking about the show, Dream spoke about his therapy style when it comes to writing for other artists. It has always been his way of being truthful to the artist that he’s working with, while finding the right inspiration for the topics or words to create with.

In relation to his own material, Terius admitted that becoming an artist was a means to an end in getting his art heard. For example, he explained that if he loved his song, “Fancy,” but someone like Beyoncé didn’t use it, how would he get it out unless he sang it himself.

Speaking about his own growing family, his wife is pregnant with his eighth child, The-Dream said he wants to get to 20 kids! Lightly touching on the reason he mentioned growing up as an only child made him want his children to have multiple siblings.

“Signed” premiered Wednesday night on VH1. Check out the interview below.

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New Music: Ty Dolla $ign feat. Lil Wayne & The-Dream – Love U Better


As promised, Ty Dolla $ign unleashes the first single off his forthcoming Beach House 3 album.

Teaming up with Lil Wayne and The-Dream for the catchy “Love U Better,” the trio get in love mode. The DJ Mustard and Twice as Nice-produced track borrows from Mary J. Blige’s classic song “I Can Love You” off her 1997 album Share My World.

Dream kicks off the song singing: “Girl, you should know that I can love you better than he can.” And Ty tells us how he will drop game on your girl.

“Pull up on your girl with my roof gone / I’ma pull up on your girl with my jewels on,” sings Ty$. “Pull up on your girl with that heat on / And she ain’t know if it’s a Dolla or a Dream song.”

Lil Wayne comes in midway with an auto-tune laced verse. “Pull up on her in an Uber,” he raps. “That’s how I maneuver / Turn this D into a D plus and I’m her tutor / Turn a B into a D cup, hallelujah!”

Beach House 3 will be Ty’s sophomore album, but it will actually be the fourth release in his ‘Beach House‘ series. The first two projects in the series — 2012’s Beach House and 2013’s Beach House 2 — dropped as mixtapes. The third, Beach House EP, dropped in 2014. In 2015, the singer/songwriter released his debut album Free TC on Atlantic Records.

Take a listen to the infectious “Love U Better” below.

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Ty Dolla $ign Taps Lil Wayne & The-Dream for ‘Beach House 3’ Single


Ty Dolla $ign is headed back to his Beach House. Before releasing the next installment of the popular franchise, the R&B star has teamed up with Lil Wayne and The-Dream for the first single, “Love U Better.”

Due Monday (July 10), the star-studded track will be the “first single from [his] highly-anticipated sophomore album.” Beach House 3 follows Ty’s debut Free TC, which dropped in 2015.

The Beach House series started as a mixtape in 2012. It was followed by 2013’s Beach House 2 and the following year, Ty released his Beach House EP, featuring the hits “Paranoid” and “Or Nah.”

This will be Dolla’s first collaboration with The-Dream, but not his first with Lil Wayne. The duo previously collaborated on last year’s “Sucker for Pain” off the Suicide Squad soundtrack.

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New Music: The-Dream feat. Fabolous – Summer Body


We all want to get-right for the summer. So, if Kanye’s ‘workout plan’ hasn’t begun working for you yet, let the hitmaker himself–The Dream, advance your snap back.

The ATL singer/songwriter connects with Brooklyn’s own Fabolous for the catchy new collaboration, “Summer Body,” which is ready for summer ’17 pool parties.

On the new anthem, Dream sings about his preference for a 26-year-old “with a fat ass.” “You know just what to do / You know what I like / You know just how to be, you know I got a type,” he sings.

F.A.B.O. joins Dream rhyming about a goal-oriented girl who likes to have fun. “She put in work for it, she get to twerk for it / She had to grind for it, she get to wine for it,” he raps. “She accomplish anything she put her mind toward / She a dime that you ain’t have to pay a dime for it.”

The-Dream is currently prepping for the release of his next project, which is expected out soon.

Take a listen below.

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The-Dream Reveals Why He Hasn’t Worked With Drake Since “Shut It Down”

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In 2010, The-Dream collaborated with Drake on the track “Shut It Down” off the rap star’s debut album Thank Me Later.

During a recent sit-down interview with Genius, Terius “The-Dream” Nash answered a fan submitted question about why the two haven’t worked together since.

“I remember when Drake was putting this record together. I was getting calls, after calls, after calls,” Dream said. “I’ma do the record, like I’m on tour, as soon as I get to a place, I’ma do it. Drake called like, ‘Yo this is how I want it to sound.’ I’m like, ‘Drake I’m going to do this record how I’m gonna do it. I’m going to give it back to you the same way you sent it with your verse’…The record came out great…”

Continuing, The-Dream explained why he and Drake may never work together again. “I asked him to get on a record, and he never got on the record. I’m only going to ask you once especially if I’ve already done something for you…so that’s the end of the Drake and Dream era of a record.”

Watch that clip and the full “Genius Level” interview below.

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‘SOULQUARIUS’ Brings R&B Greats, Past & Present, to West Coast Fans!

When the flyer for the inaugural SOULQUARIUS Festival in Santa Ana, California dropped in late 2016, R&B lovers everywhere went crazy over the line-up of scheduled performers.  From throwback artists like Jon B. and DMX to current R&B tastemakers such as Ro James, Jhené Aiko, and BJ The Chicago Kid, there was no denying that this event was guaranteed to be a lituation.

Fear of getting rained out and continuous flooding from California’s big storm may have had most on edge but, that didn’t stop ticket holders from coming out in droves to get a taste of what their favorite performers have to offer. Of course, there were a few mishaps along the way (like any huge festival has during their opening year), but SOULQUARIUS — aside from its massive lineup — has plenty of reasons why it should be the R&B festival that you don’t want to miss from here on out.

Delivering a jammed packed mash-up of lovable R&B artists and a few of rap’s most influential, SOULQUARIUS made sure to leave festival enthusiasts with a need to get their coins up for next year.

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