The Dream will call it quits when his next album “Love King” is released.
“I am engaged and ‘Love King’ IS going to be my last album,” The Dream wrote on Twitter this week.
“It is going to be last bcuz everybody is trying to “KILL THE DREAM!’”
News of The-Dream making retirement plans, follows his official engagement to recording star/actress Christina Milian.
Milian and The Dream, posing for the last issue of Vibe Magazine, confirmed their engagement earlier this month but have not revealed wedding plans.
While The-Dream is retiring from putting his own music out, he will remain a producer and continue writing.
“[I] will still be producing, writing, and featuring on other artists album though.”
During a recent interview with Essence mag former R&B group, Xscape’s, member Kandi Burrus explains the idea behind the name B.L.O.G (B*tches Love Online Gossip) for her pending album to be released later this year.
“I came up with the concept based on things that were going that were relevant to what’s going on in my life now including the show and what things have been written about me and my fiancée by bloggers,” she admits. “The whole album isn’t about the show but there are definitely songs inspired from the show like “Fly Above,” and “It Must Be Good.”
“B.L.O.G.,” which is scheduled for a September release, will also feature “Superwoman,” a duet and anthem for single mothers with Burruss’s dear friend, former Xscape member and T.I.’s fiancée, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle. Other guest artists include Rick Ross, Gucci Man and Rashieda.
I actually think that’s a really clever name to give her album. I’m looking forward to hearing what the album will sound like, especially her duet with Tiny.
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