AceShowbiz - The-Dream is furious after learning that his latest studio project "Love vs. Money" is excluded from the nominations list of 2010 Grammy Awards. "GRAMMY Isnt it FUNNY THE BEST ALBUM OF 2009 DIDNT GET ANOMINATION for the second year strait," he wrote on Twitter.
"LOVE VS MONEY GOT NO NOMINATION the last time this happen i had 'Love Hate' out and in the category had written the singles on three of the Albums," he continued. "This time once again I've written on two of the albums, Jamie [Foxx] and B [Beyonce Knowles] and no Nomination on a whole album of of the s*** that got those albums considered in the first place."
"I AM BOTHERED KNOWING THAT THIS IS THE PATTERN OF a DYING industry not because of what was but what wasn't when i know clearly MY ALBUM BLONG there period......maybe its my label, maybe its just my ass kissing skills aren't up to par ,whatever i helped change the sound into what the sound is and my peers vote against me on purpose to deny me the opportunity but call first thing to get a Record."
"SAD. i wish this on no one else thats probably why we can live in a society and vote people to offices where they don't belong because a group of ignorant voters will elect a ignorant person. STOP THE HATING ASAP," he concluded.
The-Dream himself is vying for prizes in Song of the Year and Best R&B Song categories, thanks to Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" which he wrote with Thaddis Harrell, Beyonce and Christopher "Tricky" Stewart.