The Dream appointed Executive Vice President of A&R at Def Jam

9 Oct

Multi Grammy Award winning Radio Killa/Def Jam recording artist The Dream has been appointed Executive Vice President of A&R at Def Jam Recordings. Besides overseeing current and new artist projects, he will actively seek out, discover and sign new talent to the label, and will work closely as a producer for artists on the Def Jam roster and its affiliated labels across all musical genres.

Said The-Dream, “I am committed as I have been previously to bringing the power of belief in the artist back to the forefront. I share a unique view of an artist and as well as the business of music.’” (sic)

Since the release of his RIAA gold Love Hate debut album on Radio Killa/Def Jam in 2007, The Dream has experienced tremendous success as a songwriter and producer for a Who’s Who of superstars across the pop and R&B/hip-hop spectrum including Rihanna, Celine Dion, and Mary J. Blige. More recent successes include  Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake,” Justin Bieber’s triple-platinum worldwide smash, “Baby,” and “No Church In the Wild” from Kanye West and Jay-Z’s opus Watch The Throne, and many more.

The Dream is currently working with Rihanna on her upcoming Def Jam album and with Pusha T on his solo debut for G.O.O.D. Music.

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One Response to “The Dream appointed Executive Vice President of A&R at Def Jam”

  1. Jennifer October 12, 2012 at 8:28 pm #

    Why doesn’t he make such hits amazing hits for himself and his solo career? No Church in Wild? That beat is sick, but I can’t see that coming from him, lol.

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