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With his sophomore album, Terius Youngdell Nash, a.k.a. The-Dream, bridges the futuristic sound designs of Kanye West with the slow-jam balladry of his childhood heroes, Keith Sweat and R. Kelly. Like West, his most comparable contemporary, and his idol, Michael Jackson, The-Dream is a musical triple-threat: a singer, songwriter, and producer all rolled into his one. “Rockin’ That Sh**,” “Love Vs. Money,” and “Right Side of My Brain” meld the grandiose synthesizers of Kanye’s “Good Life” to the intricate sonic textures of Timbaland, and as with Timbaland’s best work, multiple listens reveal layers of subtle ornamentation, including bizarre sound effects and stuttering vocal samples. “Put It Down,” “Sweat It Out,” and “Mr. Fancy” update R. Kelly’s method of making lustful-yet-playful slow jams, while “Kelly’s 12 Play” is a more direct tribute to Kelly’s recipe. Of course, The-Dream’s taste for experimentation wouldn’t mean a thing if he didn’t have the knack for catchy melodies, as displayed in “Walkin’ On the Moon,” “My Love,” and “Take U Home 2 My Mama.” He has yet to reach the heights of Thriller, but Love Vs. Money confirms The-Dream’s reputation as one of modern pop’s masterminds.

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The Future

Man The-Dream Is Setting The Tone For The Future. This Album is Great And Genius, There Isnt ONe Song I Dislike. Here Is My Song By Song Review: Money Intro: Umm I Dont Think This Should Have Even Been A Track Its Only 9 Seconds. I Cant Even Rate This Lol Rockin' That Sh**: This Was His First Single Off The Album And It Was A Great Pick, Its Catchy. 4.5/5 Walkin' On The Moon: This Is One Of My favorite On The Album, Its KInd Of Michael Jackson But I Love This Track I Think This Will Be A Future Single. 5/5 My love: This Is His 2nd Single Off The Cd And It Was A Pretty Decent Pick. I Like The Chours And Mariah Did Her Thing. 3.5/5 Put It Down: Man This Is Def A Great Track And Its Soothing. 4/5 Sweat It Out: This Is A Catchy Track Too. You Can Pu This On With Your Girl At Home With You And Sweat That Perm Out. 5/5 Take U Home 2 My Mama: This Was A Decent Track. I Like The Feeling To It. Its Not Anything Outstanding Though. 3/5 Love Vs. Money: Man The Beat Is So Hot I Like Tis Track And It Can Gt Deep if YOU Think About It.3.5/5 Love Vs Money Pt. 2: Its Pt 2 Of Love Vs Money ANd It Has Jus As Good Beat As The 1st Part But I Actually Like This One Better Tough For Some Reason. 4/5 Fancy: This Is Def A Intersting Track. Its All Piano And Music Until The Last 10 Sec but Its Great, You Gotta Listen To The Words. 4/5 Right Side Of My Brain: This Song Is Kind Of Different It Sounds Good ut It Seems Hard For Me To Finish Listening To. 3/5 Mr. Yeah: This Is Also One Of My Favorite Songs On The CD. I Like The Beat And This Could Also Be A Future Single. 5/5 Kelly's 12 Play: Here Is Another Track You Could Put On With You And Your Girl Alone. Its Got A Great Vibe And 12 Play Was A Great CD. 5/5 Let Me See The Booty: I Like This One Too Its Different. You Just Gotta Listen To This One. 4/5 Hater: This Is Real Different Than Some Of The Other Songs On This Track. This Is Probably One Of The Only Songs On The Whole Cd I Dont Really care For But Its Still Decent. 3/5 Rockin' That Sh** (Remix): This Is A Nice Remix, Very Nice Remix. 4/5 Production 5/5 Lyrcis 4.5/5 Vocals 4/5 Overall 4.5/5 Great Cd This Is Def A Must Buy!

A-MAZING!!! Goes So HARD!! Love his music

I must preface this by saying-- rarely does anything inspire me enough to actually take time to write a review, but Dream is so deservant of one. His innovative R&B is so relevent and fresh, and no lie-- you can literally listen to this beautiful body of work from beginning to end. I hope Dream keeps giving us more, I've fallen in love with his artistry, his music is like crack to me. . . I'm waking up and that's all I'm hearing.


this album is def worth 5 stars, the first half of the album especially, i recomend my love, walking on the moon, and rockin that sh**, realy good album tho im suprised they are still coming out with new and great hits


Born: September 21, 1977 in Rockingham, NC

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

R&B singer/songwriter and producer Terius Youngdell Nash, better known as the-Dream, was born in Rockingham, North Carolina, but moved to Atlanta, Georgia, with his mother at the age of three. He first learned to play trumpet in elementary school, later picking up the drums and guitar. Nash's singing career got off to a slow start once he graduated from high school, but he found success in selling song lyrics after he met R&B producer Laney Stewart in 2001. Stewart helped Nash land his first publishing...
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