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The-Dream To Release New Album

It seems like The-Dream is putting out new albums more than the very artists he was once producing for. While it takes those artists anywhere from two to three years to release a new studio album; The-Dream is keeping the musical climate interesting by releasing a new album typically every year. Read more about his plans for his upcoming album:

R&B singer/songwriter/producer The Dream has made it clear that he has a lot of music that he wants to share with the world. Earlier this summer he released a free album '1977,' while he finished up his fourth studio album 'Love IV: Diary of A Madman.'

Now with the project completed, the platinum-selling artist took to his official Twitter account to reveal the release date for his highly anticipated album, which will be March 20, 2012.

After announcing the date, The Dream continued to unveil his plans to flood the market with his music. His goal is to release 'Love IV: Diary of A Madman,' and then follow it up with the fifth studio album of the "Love" series, as well as two free projects – '1984' and 'Nikki.' To wrap up 2012, Dream hopes to do a movie with rapper Big Sean, with the inclusion of a soundtrack too.

Currently, his fifth studio album is currently titled 'Love V,' though he did mention that he has a concept for the project and will begin recording in March.
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