Never mind the spelling — if Christina Aguilera can return a little more "Dirrty" for her second album, girl group Dream can come back more "Krazy" than we remember.
P. Diddy's pop experiment is finally finishing its second album and has selected "Krazy," a collaboration with (appropriately enough) Loon, as the first single. The disc will also feature Eve, on a song called "That's OK," and P. Diddy. Dream also worked with the Neptunes, Rodney Jerkins and Wade Robson, although it is not yet clear whether those tracks will make the project.
The as-yet-untitled album is due August 12, but "Krazy" will hit radio and video outlets in mid-May.
Dream's new disc is the group's first with Kasey Sheridan, who joined after Melissa Schuman left last April (see "Dream Member Quits To Pursue New Dream: Acting"). The girls' first record, It Was All a Dream, sold more than 1.5 million copies with help from the hit "He Loves U Not."