After debuting her The-Dream-assisted “D4L,” last week, Sevyn Streeter drops off the song’s visuals. The definition of D4L appears on the screen at the beginning of the clip – “The act of pleasing one’s mate and knowing when to switch that sh** up” – it reads.
And switch it up she does, as the songstress takes on the role of a number of sexy personas for her man, like Kitty, Trixy, Alexa and Ms. Streeter.
Sevyn Streeter is “down for life” with her boo, on her brand new song, “D4L,” featuring The-Dream. “I can your, be your wife or your mistress,” she sings. “As long as I’m with you, baby, it ain’t no tripping.” Dream incorporates his harmonious vocals near the song’s end, leaving his Radio Killa stamp. “D4L” will appear on Sevyn’s upcoming album, Girl Disrupted, expected in early 2017. Vibe to her new jam inside.
Rick Ross and The-Dream make that “Money Dance,” on Rozay’s newly released song. The fellas boast about their deep pockets – from money piles that have the MMG Bawse down on Sunny Ave, to Dream copping no whip under a hundred grand. Check out the smooth Jake One-produced track inside.
T-Pain links with The-Dream and Vantrease on a new song entitled “Let Your Hair Down” – from T-Pain’s upcoming mixtape The Iron Way. The fellas encourage their women to “get this drink in ya cup, get f*cked up”… and “let your hair down.” The Iron Way is due March 27. Check ’em out on the track inside.
Ne-Yo calls on Trey Songz, The-Dream, and T-Pain for some assistance on the official remix to his infectious jam, “She Knows.”
Following an opening verse from Dream, Trigga comes in with a message for a lady he’s been eying. “She knows I been waiting just to take her down. I told my patna Ne-Yo, hit me when she come around,” he sings. Ne-Yo drops a new verse, before handing off to T-Pain.
Following up his song “Fruition,” The-Dream teams up with T.I. on his latest release, “That’s My Sh-t.” On it, the R&B crooner sends notice to another man that his girl isn’t as in love as he thinks she is.
“She don’t love you, ’cause if she did. She wouldn’t be all in the club rep-pin’ like she my b—h,” he sings. Meanwhile, as he drops his verse, Tip lets the guy know that in comparison to him he’s “the next best thing.”
The-Dream professes his love for the special lady in his life, in his new song “Fruition.”
He released it over the weekend; selectively servicing the track, by sending it to a number if radio stations.
“There Is No Link To Fruition we did it the people to People Way. And I love It Atlanta 4EVA,” he tweeted.
Mary J. Blige delivers another track for listeners to rock to, with “Vegas Nights” – featuring The-Dream (off the Think Like a Man Too soundtrack).
She pays homage to some of the R&B greats on the hook singing: