Back in August 2011, when the R&B singer-producer known as The-Dream was having difficulties with the label he was signed to, he decided to bypass Def Jam Recordings completely and release his fourth studio album, 1977, for free on the Internet via his own imprint, Radio Killa Records. But since doing so may have violated his contract, he put the music out not under his stage name, but under his real one, Terius Nash. Fast forward to well over a year later and apparently Dream and Def Jam have patched up their differences. They're on such good terms in fact, that the two sides have agreed to commercially re-release 1977 under Dream's stage name and with two new songs added. The revamped album, now called Terius Nash: 1977 and due for release Dec. 18, 2012, is a bitter, hypnotic break-up album that still sounds as fresh and relevant as it did upon its initial release 16 months ago. For more, click the link to check out the full review of The-Dream's Terius Nash: 1977.