Incredibly, it’s been almost three years since we’ve gotten a proper album from The-Dream. (No, I’m not counting the mixtapet-turned-quasi-album-1977). But the wait is almost over, and you know what that means; it’s time to bust out the big guest features. It doesn’t get any bigger than Jay-Z, so it’s only right that Dream brought on the almighty Hova for his new single High Art, a self-produced, Auto-Tune drenched affair that somehow manages to be both high-energy and R&B smooth. As for that Jay verse? Let’s just say the man has yet to drop a wack 16. Fans will finally be able to experience the full range of Dream’s art when his IV album drops on Tuesday, May 28.
Written by Nathan S. on 05/9/13
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