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Summer is fast-approaching and that means one thing: WPGC’s Birthday Bash. This year, we’re bringing in some big names in music and TV to bring down the house at Howard Theatre. It’s a free, ticketed […]
Yes, according to her frequent collaborators Tricky Stewart and The-Dream.
The-Dream is taking the idea of shooting a video with a iPhone to an entirely new level in the visual clip for “Culture.”
R&B trend-setter Terius Nash, aka The-Dream, was just married a few days back, and what better way to celebrate than to offer up a collection of new songs for the fans?
The-Dream’s latest song “Black” might have started as a response to the Donald Sterling scandal, but its message has evolved into a universal one.
The-Dream is speaking out against the racist comments made by L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling the only way he knows how, through song.
New York police are on the lookout for producer The Dream after legal documents were filed saying he kicked, strangled and punched his then-pregnant girlfriend, Lydia Nam.
If a typical Mother’s Day card seem a little cheesy to you, may we suggest an even cheesier option: a Mother’s Day mixtape.
Let’s cut right to the chase. Last night (May 30) in New York City, Kelly Rowland sang “Dirty Laundry,” her confessional new ballad living in the shadow of Beyoncé off her upcoming album, “Talk A Good Game.” But she didn’t cry on stage.