RnB Magazine has been away closing up ends with the magazine and coming out with its new issue on April 23rd 2012. On the cover of RnB #5 was a hard choice but we have found one man that’s doing his own thing in RnB and he is The Grammy Winning Recording Artists/Writer/Producer – The Dream. A perfect fit for our issue that showcases what RnB Magazine is. And you will have to read the issue to find out…
Just a little bit on our cover story;
The only positive byproduct of an industry asleep at the wheel is a dream. With over a decade of hit-making experience and a certified smash in Rihanna’s 1 single, “Umbrella; Terius “The-Dream” Nash is stepping from behind the scenes with a wake-up call. “Music is uninspiring right now” says the confident Atlanta native. “The bar needs to be raised; a creative standard should be set in music. I’m hoping that the real quality in these songs shines through, and leaves a sounding impact on the listeners.” His debut CD, Love Hate, is a sonic gauntlet thrown down against complacent, cookie cutter music. Propelled by the first single “Shawty is a Ten,” the mastermind behind the explosive J. Holiday single “Bed” will do nothing short of redefine R&B for 2007 and beyond.
The-Dream is finally in the building, combining all of his hit-making talents for his debut, Love Me All Summer, Hate Me All Winter. Throughout his career, Dream has seen people change like the weather, but in the coming months he is forecasting a 100% chance of reign. “It’s more of what I’m giving other people. It’s like the 80s; it’s musical. I’m doing the ‘Umbrella’ routine to this whole album. All of my records are singles. The album is really visual as well. It appeals to all your senses, similar to ‘Thriller’.” Songs like the soulful “She Needs My Love” and “Falsetto” solidify Terius’ status as a triple threat, singer, writer and producer.
“Artists are gonna have to do some homework to find out who they are.”