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The “L-O-V-E  K-I-N-G” stopped in Baltimore today to promote Love King set to be released June 29th. He held a meet and greet at the 92Q studios where he ate pizza, took pictures, signed autographs and talked to some of his loyal fans.

“Love King will be my last album,” he admitted during the interview. But I wouldn’t be discouraged about not hearing from The Dream because he has been in talks with T-Pain about forming a group.

“I will continue to write and produce but I will not be going far,” he said. He mentioned he has been approached about doing a reality show but is not seriously considering it. “I don’t want people in my private life that much. If I do a reality show, trust and believe that I will be selling something.”

Love King hits stores June 29th. Make sure you cop that joint.

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