The-Dream

With threats. He'd say, "if you leave me, I'll bomb your mom's house." He always made references to his gang relationships
When it comes to otherworldly allure, few story ballets can rival Cinderella. Sergei Prokofiev's score haunts and enchants; the melodies mimic what one would expect from the imaginations of stars and fairies.
Watching the Royal Ballet is like staring at a Degas painting for two and a half hours. The company preserves, but it doesn't push and evolve. Still, it's pretty.
Still riding the high from my 26th birthday this past week, I wanted to share the second release from my GEMS remix series. I love Terius Nash, so I went through the all of my CDs and decided to remix one of my favorites "Luv Songs" and flipped it into club-friendly jam that's safe for sultry body rolls.
It's really not about "equality"; it's about freedom. Freedom. FREEDOM. The freedom to live a life fully and without fear, no matter your gender. Women today, especially in America, are living a dream that our foremothers dreamed for us. And they have passed the torch to us.
There is a space where existential nuance and personal confession all exist in the rhythms of a dreamscape universe. This is the world of Pell, and with his recent album Floating While Dreaming, he transports us to a universe of varied influences manifested in ambient sounds and serious hip-hop grooves.
The-Dream turned himself into cops this morning for an alleged attack on his ex-GF ... and TMZ has learned he's been booked
The-Dream, Terius Nash, not-so-randomly released a new track and video on Tuesday evening, April 29, titled "Black." Nash
Beyonce is back at it, this time lending her voice to a new single from The-Dream. Called "Turnt," the track also enlists