Do You Know Who Wrote These Hit Songs?

Terius “The-Dream” Nash has been behind a lot of songs you love. Let’s see how many of them you are familiar with. Sign up for a free Rdio account to hear all these songs and the new album from The-Dream, right now!

  1. 1. "Baby" by Justin Bieber

    Written by Bieber, Tricky Stewart, and which of these songwriters?

    1. Max Martin
    2. Dr. Luke
    3. Mike Posner
    4. Terrius “The-Dream” Nash
  2. 2. "Pyramids" by Frank Ocean
    1. Malay
    2. Om’Mas Keith
    3. Frank Ocean
    4. The-Dream
  3. 3. "Umbrella" as recorded by Rihanna

    Jay-Z has a writers credit, and so does…

    1. Dr. Luke
    2. Rihanna
    3. The-Dream
    4. Ne-Yo
  4. 4. "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" as recorded by Beyonce
    1. Beyonce Knowles
    2. “Tricky” Stewart
    3. The-Dream
    4. All of the above.
  5. 5. "All Of The Lights" by Kanye West
    1. Kanye West
    2. The-Dream
    3. Jay-Z
    4. Rihanna
  6. 6. "Me Against The Music" by Britney Spears
    1. Britney Spears
    2. Madonna
    3. The-Dream
    4. All of the above.
  7. 7. "No Church In The Wild" by Kanye West and Jay-Z

    By Jay-Z, Kanye, and which of these noted R&B writers?

    1. The-Dream
    2. Stargate
    3. Romain Gavras
    4. Ne-Yo
  8. 8. "Just Fine" by Mary J. Blige
    1. The-Dream
    2. “Tricky” Stewart
    3. Pharrell Williams
    4. Dwight Errington Myers
  9. 9. "Touch My Body" by Mariah Carey
    1. “Kuk” Harrell
    2. The-Dream
    3. Ne-Yo
    4. Dr. Luke
  10. 10. "Over" by Drake

    Written by Drake and…

    1. Dwayne Carter
    2. Matthew Samuels
    3. The-Dream
    4. Shawn Carter

The-Dream has been involved in a lot more hits than you might think… and maybe you’ve never even heard his solo stuff. His new album IV Play is out, and you can listen to whole thing right now below.

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