Fresh off exploring the fatal consequences of love gone sour on Murderer, The-Dream ventures into similarly dark territory on the final leak off his forthcoming digital album. Wake Me When It’s Over finds the artist crooning about a relationship that he, his girl and all their friends know is doomed to destruction, backed by his own densely-layered synth production. For more, check out the Radio Killa‘s 1977 LP when it hits his official site for free download tomorrow, the 31st.
Update: Click “Watch Now” above or scroll down to view The-Dream’s Wake Me When It’s Over visual.
Written by richard on 12/7/12
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