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Normani and The-Dream cooking up a collaboration

Normani and The-Dream cooking up a collaboration
Normani (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Normani and The-Dream have teased an upcoming collaboration.


The former Fifth Harmony star and the 43-year-old rap legend have taken to Twitter to share how “fire” the track is turning out.


The-Dream — whose real name is Terius Nash — wrote: “@Normani X @TheKingDream

We been at it all Day! S— sounds Fire a– f—!”, to which she replied: “shiiiiiiid,” along with a string of flame emojis.


The 24-year-old singer is preparing to release her debut solo album and previously admitted her tunes sounded “way better” when she stopped trying to conform.

She explained: “For a long time, I was stressed out about checking boxes like, ‘Is this Black enough? Is this pop enough?’ But music started feeling way better when I just went into the studio with the mentality of being Normani.”

The chart-topping singer insisted she’s determined to be authentic with her solo album.

She added: “People will always remember how you made them feel and what a record did for them.

“My lyrics have more depth, and they’re more intentional and come from a more authentic place because I now feel more connected to myself than before.”

The “Motivation” hitmaker also explained that the coronavirus lockdown has given her the opportunity to focus on her personal well-being.

She shared: “I’ve been able to meditate more and take a time-out before allowing anybody else to affect my energy.

“Before I talk to anybody, before I look at a text, before I go on Instagram, I center myself in my room and pray and do breathing exercises and create my own space so that I have a foundation to walk on throughout the rest of the day.”

It’s not currently known when Normani and The-Dream’s untitled song will be released or if it features on her album.

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