The-Dream is ready to end the year on a high note. Yesterday (Dec. 18,) the singer/songwriter announced a triple album, Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3, set to drop on Dec. 21.

Comprised of a total of 40 songs throughout the three tapes, there are no features listed. With all of this "King of R&B" talk that Jacquees sparked, it seems like he's inspired his peers to come for the crown.

"HIDE! I know you writers got y’all favorite niggas y’all love to prop up, that’s cool but you find a spot right by them niggas in that bunker and hide as well," The-Dream wrote with the project's announcement on Instagram. "I’m kinda kidding I know you miss me. I love y’all!"

The singer had a relatively quiet 2018 on the music front, though he did appear in Wyoming to lend a helping hand to Kanye West's Ye earlier this year. On the business side, Dream sold 75% of his catalogue to a music investment firm for $23 million over the summer. Along with the acquisition deal, he joined the firm's advisory board alongside some of music's biggest names such as Nile Rodgers, Lava Records CEO Jason Flom and more.

The-Dream's Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3 is available for pre-order now. Check out the cover art and tracklist below.

The-Dream's Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, 3 Tracklist

Vol. 1

1. "Hardcore Pleasure"
2. "No Rappers Allowed"
3. "Forever"
4. "Challenger"
5. "Back In Love"
6. "Night Thang"
7. "Tuxedo"
8. "On the Regular"
9. "Platter"
10. "Top"
11. "Hell Mary"
12. "Life"
13. "It’s Yo Birthday"
14. "It’s Yo Birthday (Live Interlude)"

Vol. 2

1. "Temptation"
2. "Bedroom"
3. "NDA"
4. "Ready"
5. "Pull Out"
6. "Change You"
7. "Gorgeous"
8. "Make It Rain"
9. "Yours and Mine"
10. "I Like"
11. "Rise"
12. "What It Look Like"

Vol. 3

1. "Drop Some New Shit (Intro)"
2. "Drop Some New Shit"
3. "Super Soaker"
4. "You and I"
5. "Runaway Sex"
6. "Human Beings"
7. "Gimmie That"
8. "The Paris of the West"
9. "Nikki’s Dialogue"
10. "You"
11. "Everytime I Kill Her"
12. "Back to My Room"
13. "U Got a Fan"
14. "Body Fall"

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