The-Dream

The-Dream

American musician
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The-Dream

Terius Youngdell Nash (born September 20, 1977), better known by his stage name The-Dream, is an American record producer, songwriter and singer. His co-writing credits include songs with "Me Against the Music" (2003) for Britney Spears, "Ride" (2010) for Ciara, "Umbrella" (2007) for Rihanna, "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" (2008) and "Partition" (2013) for Beyoncé, "Touch My Body" (2008) for Mariah Carey and "Baby" (2010) for Justin Bieber. As a solo recording artist, he released five studio albums between 2007 and 2013: Love/Hate (2007), Love vs. Money (2009), Love King (2010), 1977 (2011) and IV Play (2013). His most recent album release was the 2018 triple album Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3.

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Terius Youngdell Nash
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for writing the Hit single
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Date of birth
20 September 1977
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Rockingham, North Caroline, USA
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44
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Singer, songwriter, record producer
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$50,000,000 USD
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Charles L. Harper High School
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  • "Feud with Chris Brown" Another hit that Nash is credited for known as "Bed", sparked a short feud with singer Chris Brown, whom Nash has vowed to never work with again. The feud started when Brown claimed to Vibe that the song was originally his. Nash replied to the comment stating, "The track was considered for Chris Brown -- he thought it was his -- but it was my record and I decided to give it up to J. Holiday," explains The-Dream. " Nash also stated that Brown currently has a track which he wrote for him and was already paid for, but would like to "give the money back" explaining, "At the end of the day, I`m big on principle and loyalty. Put that to bed." However, Nash would eventually dispel his comments and the feud with Brown issuing the following statement, I`m apologizing for comments directed toward Chris Brown on Billboard.com. I spoke to Chris and I advised him that when he made the statement I was disappointed because he said things that were in my direction and that since I`m the only public figure surrounding the song "Bed," I took it as disrespect as well as the media and respected friends felt the same way. Mia Lindsey, reporter for Essence Magazine remarks, "ain`t that crazy, two dudes beefin over a slow jam!" Brown said the comments were towards another part of the situation surrounding the song and I stand here not to defend my comments but take full responsibility for my classless choice of talking through the media. I apologize to Chris, Mark Pitts, and Jive Records].

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