The Dream is back in the studio, and his latest offering is an autotuned-filled sexual cliche. But that’s just my opinion.

During a recent interview in London, The-Dream revealed how much he made off of Rihanna’s hit song “Umbrella.” He says he collected $15 million (so far), and he also talks about writing “Baby” for Justin Bieber. Check out the full interview below. RELATED POSTS: The Dream Releases Free Album “1977” The-Dream “Murderer” [MUSIC] dream and

Terius Nash aka The-Dream goes back to his Atlanta hood in the video for “Ghetto,” his collaboration with Big Sean off his free album 1977. The chopped and screwed vocal driven cut finds Dream ridin a bmx bike through the streets, posing in front of his Ferrari 458 in a parking lot, and gettin up […]

The Dream finally releases the visual for his first single from his new album ‘1977’ “Long Gone,” (which he shot in NYC about a month ago).

Christina Milian and The-Dream are still fighting, but this time it’s over payments regarding Justin Bieber’s hit song, “Baby,” which they co-wrote together. According to TMZ, Dream agreed to pay Christina 10 percent of his publishing stake.