When he isn’t editing Rihanna‘s pancake flat vocals in the studio, The Dream can be found crafting quality music alongside his long time friend Beyonce.
Responsible for 80% of the icon’s greatest hits, the Grammy winning writer has become as integral to her existence as an artist as Quincy Jones was once was to Michael Jackson.Array
Only right then, that he weighs in on the response to her Hit Boy produced jam ‘Bow Down‘. More specifically, why Keyshia Cole’s response to it will work to her disadvantage in the future.
His interesting words below…
During an interview with ‘The Breakfast Club’, he was asked whether he would work with Cole after she suggested the song made Beyonce seem hypocritical. To this he answered:
“Right now because of what happened I can’t and I think she would respect why I can’t. That’s [Beyonce] my family. You’re talking about my family and you can’t do that.”
Though everyone should be free to share their opinions without the response Keyshia received, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t confused by her.
For, while Beyonce isn’t God and therefore allowed to be criticized, it was pretty silly for Keyshia to think she could make those comments and leave unscathed, considering B’s well deserved standing in the industry.
Will The Dream’s decision not to work with her affect her in long run….