This week there are not a heavy volume of new albums, but The Dream has donned himself the "king of modern music," if he is right, his album alone should be enough.
The American Dream has done a lot to change the sound of R&B while still holding on to influences such as Prince.
The promotional efforts are in full swing for The-Dream's upcoming fourth studio album, IV Play. The latest push is part one of a short documentary series about the Grammy winner's life
After unleashing his "Where Have You Been" duet with Kelly Rowland, the Grammy winning singer-songwriter has revealed a new collaboration with Beyonce in the form of "Turnt."
On the same day The-Dream and Kelly Rowland drop their collab record âWhere Have You Been,â the duo also debuted a live performance of the love jam on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
The-Dream may be the only person who can make Kelly Rowland sound good while cussing. This lascivious ballad, "Where Have You Been," is about finally meeting the person of your dreams...
Filmed at the architecturally-stunning Diamond Ranch High School, Dream sings atop the roof in epic sweeping angles and scene sequence changes nostalgic of 90s videos.
As May 28th inches closer to the release of his highly anticipated fifth solo compilation IV Play, The Dream eggs on our expectancy with sound clips and the full tracklisting.
The-Dream issues his brand new single, "High Art," featuring rap star Jay-Z. On the braggadocios street record, both artist issues rhymes and lyrics settling on money, getting high, and being on top.
In preparation for the release of his forthcoming album, IV Play, The-Dream opens up to VEVO News about the pending project and what his mindset was like during the creative process.