The Dream has worked with artists such as Mariah Carey, Drake, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Luda Cris, Nas, Kanye West, Young Jeezy, Rihanna, Jay-Z, and Beyoncé. So, he knows each of these artist tendencies.
The five-time Grammy winner was recently on Clubhouse celebrating the 10th anniversary of Beyoncé’s fourth solo studio album, ‘4’. The Dream was on stage with others that had a hand in the project, answering questions, including what it is like working with Beyoncé in the studio.
“This is the easiest thing because if she doesn’t sleep, I don’t sleep. It is Virgo season with her and me in there. I don’t sleep either I can stay in there in the red bullet,” said the Dream.
Speaking of Beyoncé, she and Jay-Z were spotted in the Hamptons with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Dorsey and Jay-Z recently became business partners as Dorsey agreed to purchase the streaming service Tidal.
Last week, both were on Twitter Space and discussed the future of their partnership.
“This union came from Charlie Chaplin and others [actors] creating United Artists [in the 1920s], and I pretty much got the inspiration from what they were doing to create this type of coalition,” as he’s said before — Dorsey asked “Why did our partnership make sense? Why join forces with a payments and financial company?”
Jay would reply, “I think we were aligned in our conversation, and viewing artists and creatives as small businesses and treating each individual artist as a business. And the things that Square and Cash App were doing is pretty much aligned with what one does with their own brand. You create a business, take out a small loan, get the things you need to help you be successful and build it out from there. So our conversations just naturally aligned.”