The-Dream readies <em>Love IV</em> for March release

The long-awaited album is due out in March.

With 2012 winding down, it appears the “MMXII” has been removed from the title of Love IV, the next full length from the R&B superproducer. The-Dream says Love IV was pushed back due to his production duties on Rihanna’s Unapologetic (he co-produced ‘Phresh Out the Runway’, ‘Love Without Tragedy / Mother Mary’ and controversial Chris Brown duet ‘Nobody’s Business’) and has been involved with Beyoncé’s forthcoming fifth album.

Billboard reports that The-Dream previewed some songs from the album last March, including the sex jam ‘Foreplay’ and Gucci Mane collaboration ‘Paid’. On December 18, the 1977 mixtape will be commercially released as Terius Nash: 1977 and credited to The-Dream.



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