The-Dream’s sophomore album became an instant favorite among R&B fans when it was released earlier this year, but it was noticeably absent from the nominations for the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. The hitmaker is not holding back his anger over the shutout.

Love vs. Money was released in March and went on to produce the hit singles “Rockin’ That Thang,” “My Love,” and “Walkin’ on the Moon.” But the man who scored songwriting nods for Beyoncé’s Song of the Year-nominated “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It),” is not pleased about being left out of all Grammy categories for the second year in a row (His debut album Lovehate was also excluded). He took to Twitter to vent his frustrations.