MP3: The-Dream Drops Divorce Suite "Body Work"/"Fuck My Brains Out"

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It's tough not to get a mental picture of Terius Nash -- known primarily as R&B genius The-Dream, and Christina Milian's ex-husband -- propping his riding boots up on the ottoman in a luxurious, sandalwood-scented basement  somewhere while listening to Prince's Dirty Mind on repeat. Especially when you listen to the gruesome twosome, "Body Work"/"Fuck My Brains Out," a mini-suite he just put up for streaming on his website right now. According to Billboard.com, the whole thing is actually called "Zenith."

Dude has a pretty nasty streak going on these two tracks expected to be a part of this fall's L.IV: Diary of a Madman. One sounds a little like the Purple One, and the other practically channels the Sexy M.F right down to the percussive panting. The second one is a twisted tale of the ultimate breakup sex: DIVORCE sex. Although Milian is never mentioned by name, she's implied, without question.

Stream via RadioKillaRecords.com, which has the added benefit of looping over and over again.

Body Work/Fuck My Brains Out - The-Dream by HDMI44

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