Christina Milian and The-Dream are taking their relationship one step further…
Professionally speaking that is. The 27-year-old pop singer has signed a joint deal with The-Dream’s label, Radio Killa Records. “We just signed an acquisition deal with Christina Milian on Radio Killa Records, so I’m trying to put my heart into it and make sure I deliver her the same records I gave everybody else,” the singer-songwriter exclusively tells Rap-Up.com.
“The forces have been brought together,” adds Milian. “Now my album’s not only on MySpace, but it’s actually a Radio Killa/Interscope/MySpace combination. I’m working currently with Dream and also with Tricky [Stewart], making fire, heat right now!”
The star of the upcoming movie The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past says she feels comfortable working with the hitmakers because they understand the opposite sex. “We got some crazy records right now. It’s from the eyes of a woman and the mind of a woman. I don’t know how they understand that, but somehow they do. It’s mature but at the same time it’s so relatable to any girl.”
Rap-Up’s Winter cover star revealed that her follow-up single to “Us Against the World” will likely be written and produced by the duo, while her fourth album Dream in Color is scheduled for a spring release.
This definitely seems like a good look for Christina. Granted I feel she needs to up her game on the performing front to separate her self from the ‘typical R&B Chick’ label, great material is always the best starting point. I’m anxious now, more so than before, to see what ‘Dream In Color’ will be serving up.