By Gregory AdamsAs previously reported, The-Dream is getting ready to re-release last year's 1977 mixtape (which was originally issued under his real name, Terius Nash) with a few bonus cuts. Earlier this month, he let us sample new tune "AK47", and the next all-new offering to be revealed is low-key ballad "Tender Tendencies."
The minimalist R&B dreamscape features a bed of luscious '80s synths and digital clock ticks, which underscore a plaintive Nash softly admitting to a heap of lies and being a self-centred dude.
You can listen to the guy feeling regretful about turning his sweetie's heart blue in the player down below.
As previously reported, The-Dream's tweaked-up 1977 arrives December 18 through Radio Killa/Def Jam.