Ahead of the release of his Love You to Death EP, The-Dream has unveiled its tracklisting.
Written on stationary from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas, The-Dream reveals the five song titles that are set to make the project and even mentions his favorite.
“My favorite is ‘Ferris Wheel,'” he wrote. “Can’t wait to see what your favorites will be. December 9th ITunes, spotify, tidal all that shit… available Everywhere.”
One of the tracks that clearly stands out off title alone is “Rih-Flex (Ode to Rihanna),” a tribute to his “Livin’ a Lie” and “Umbrella” collaborator.
It looks like the tracklisting is almost finalized. In his hotel note, The-Dream seems to be contemplating an order shift between the opening track “Lemon Lean” and the fourth cut, “Madness.”
There is also speculation that the project will feature Rick Ross. Roc Nation exec Lenny “Kodak Lens” Santiago recently posted an image of Rozay and King Dream in front of a lavish pad and a couple of foreigns. His caption was “Coming soon.”
But that’s not all that’s “coming soon.” At the bottom of the tracklisting, The-Dream also appears to announce the release date for a 2017 project. Although it’s partially cut off, the note seems to read “Affair: 3-24-2017.” This could be the release date for Love Affair, Terius’ long-awaited follow-up to 2013’s IV Play.
For now, get ready for Love You to Death and its Dec. 9 arrival.