This Christmas, The-Dream is filling stockings with his acclaimed album 1977. The platinum hitmaker will release the project to stores next month.
1977 originally debuted as a free download under The-Dream’s given name, Terius Nash, in August 2011. Described as “his deeply introspective and highly-controversial fourth album,” it will now receive a commercial release on December 18 via Def Jam.
The new version will feature 10 previously released cuts plus two new songs including “AK47” and “Tender Tendencies,” with appearances from Pharrell (“Real”) and Big Sean (“Ghetto”).
The-Dream had originally announced plans to release the fourth installment in his Love series, The Love, IV: Diary of a Madman, as the follow-up to 2010’s Love King.Tweet
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