Singer/producer The Dream has unveiled artwork that hints at an impending EP release.
Posting what appears to be a front and back cover on his Instagram account, The-Dream – real name Terius Nash – has potentially shared some nuggets of information on a previously unannounced project. The rather regal looking cover is titled ‘Royalty: The Prequel’, with the caption cryptically reading “Seven Seven”.
The back cover is captioned “777” and lists eight potential song titles, including tracks named after southern rap legends Outkast and Pimp C, the UGK member who passed away in 2007. Other song titles include ‘Wedding Bells’ and ‘Lake Michigan’.
Speaking to HipHollywood at the Grammy Awards last January, Nash spoke about an upcoming full-length album. “I have an album called ‘Fruition’ that’s in the works right about now,” he said. “Give me about six months to set it up properly.”
A prolific songwriter, Nash is the man behind such hits as Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’, Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)’ and Mariah Carey’s ‘Touch My Body’, among others. He launched a solo career in 2007 and has recording four albums to date. The most recent of which, IV Play’, was released last year.