Producer The-Dream (Terius Nash) comes out of the shadows and releases a socially-conscious song called âBlackâ on which he expresses pride in being African American as it pertains to gaining strength when overcoming huge obstacles
Facing felony charges of assault, strangulation, harassment and reckless endangerment, The-Dream is adamant that Nam is lying about the incident and that sheâs after his money.
As Nash left court after posting $20,000 cash bail, he told reporters, "I have nothing to say. Itâll all come out. There are worse things in the world going on."
On the heels of the NBA giving LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling the boot after racist comments, producer The-Dream (Terius Nash) comes out of the shadows and releases a socially-conscious song called âBlackâ
The-Dream is wanted for questioning by New York police over an incident where he allegedly punched, kicked, and strangled his pregnant ex-girlfriend.
The Dream took to Instagram today (Jan. 8) to announce that he will be leaving Def Jam Recordings.
With an arsenal of hits including "Single Ladies," "Umbrella" and "Just Fine," The Dream has been a go to producer and writer for years, but why is he at his best when working with a female artist?
R&B hitmaker The-Dream will lend his talents to the upcoming film, "Blackbird," co-starring rapper Machine Gun Kelly.
The-Dream drops a seemingly autobiographical visual for "Too Early", the bluesy cut from his latest disc IV Play, featuring singer/guitarist Gary Clark Jr.
The-Dream decided to showcase the standout track from his album on late night national television, transforming the Jimmy Fallon show into the days of a smoky juke joint...