Hit singer The-Dream recently announced his plans to release a new (free) album at the end of the month, a move that his label Def Jam is very much against. Taking to his twitter account, the grammy-nominated singer let his fans know that his free album will drop on August 31st.
"LP4 is Underway I THE-DREAM have decided to go forward with "Diary Of A Madman" LP it almost didnt happen. So ill be in my DefJam uniform…," he tweeted August 1st.
"for atleast one More Season! Also a free 10 song Internet album will be released by Aug 31st. LP 4 because of the Contract negotiations….."
"does not have a date but it will be released 4th quarter but i will give a 10 song Internet LP while you guys wait!!!! LOVE YOU."
"The Internet LP is entitled '1977' and will be released under my real name Terius Nash not The-Dream. Shooting Videos for 1977 all this week"
"The "TERIUS NASH EST. 1977" is very personal and to my Fans!" (The-Dream's Twitter)
The-Dream then hit his twitter account back up, to let everyone know the situation with his label. Telling fans that Def Jam Records isn't very happy, the singer seems to be moving on anyway.
"BTW NO ONE AT DEFJAM IS HAPPY ABOUT A FREE ALBUM LOL…. they are trying to stop it!" (The-Dream's Twitter)
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