2018 was a busy year for Dreamville Records, releasing jobs by J. Cole, Cozz, Bas and J.I.D The label plans to ride off the momentum from a great year into 2019, with their upcoming Vengeance of the Dreamers III compilation LP. J. Cole took to Twitter on Sunday night (Jan Dreamville dominated 2018 with a host of extraordinary releases consists of Coles # 1 album 'KOD', J.I.D's breakthrough 'DiCaprio 2', Bas's 'Milky Way' and Cozz with 'Effected.' In addition to well-received EP's from Earthgang and Lute. 2019 is already shaping up to be a great year for the label with album releases gotten out of Cole, Earthgang and the emerging star songstress Ari Lennox.
Definitely it's not sensible for every artist with their name on a Dreamville flyer to make the cut on Revenge of the Dreamers III. The remaining music in the vault need to abound. However even with no understanding of how album will materialize musically, what's specific is Dreamville developing unforgettable experiences for the young artists involved in the process, offering valuable takeaways that will stay with them their entire careers.
Dreamville boss J. Cole isn't squandering whenever in 2019. The hip-hop star has revealed strategies to put out a Revenge of The Dreamers III collection album. Vengeance Of The Dreamers was first released back in January of 2014 to after Dreamville Records signing to Interscope Records and the follow up can be found in December of 2015. From those who posted up until now we know that, Bas, K Kamp (Non-Dreamville), T.Minus, J.I.D, Earthgang, Cozz, Ibrahim Hamad, Elite, Reason, Omen and Lute.
J. Cole is changing before our really eyes. The notorious no functions", self-reliant Cole that flourished under Jay-Z's hands off management at Roc Country has gained from his mentor to form a new mentality - far, far from his convenience zone. This new J. Cole is a label head first and foremost, compromising his own solo profession and individual comfort to offer his brand-new generation of artists at Dreamville the best chances to be successful.
Dreamville is coming for revenge, once again. J. Cole has formally revealed the release date for the label's 3rd collaborative project, Revenge of the Dreamers III, which he began teasing back in January. The complete album is due out this Friday, July 5. Ahead of that, the label is releasing a documentary on the making of the project tomorrow (July 2).
Like a hip hop bootcamp, the extreme sessions likely assisted in an environment where the artists had to get familiar rapidly and open up to artistic impacts outside their own; something the Spillage Village crew has been fluent in because Bears Like This dropped in 2014. Prior to the recording sessions, talks put EarthGang's debut Dreamville album, Mirrorland, landing at some point in December 2018. It's May now and we still haven't heard much of Mirrorland, not to mentioned a release date. It's most likely that EarthGang pushed the album back due to the potential for an even more refined job after learning from and working with the cast of Vengeance of the Dreamers III.
Dreamville's brand-new collection album Revenge of the Dreamers III is on the way, and the very first 2 songs off the highly-anticipated projects are out now. The singles, Down Bad" and Got Me" shows up on Wednesday. J. Cole, Bas, JID, EarthGang's Olu, and Young Nudy appeared on the very first, while Ari Lennox, Ty Dolla $ign, Omen, and Dreezy appeared on the later on.
Right after Cole posted his welcome, other members of the Dreamville crew and their affiliates started posting their personalized posters. The album will feature Ari Lennox, Bas, Cozz, EarthGang, Omen, and J.I.D. Producers like Dreamville's go-to beat maker Elite, DZL and more will likewise lend an assisting hand for the project in addition to other special guests like Factor of TDE, who was encouraged by Cole to start rapping, as well as K-Camp and Rap Artist Big Pooh.
Revenge of the Dreamers 3 sees the third instalment of the J. Cole-led Dreamville's compilation album that includes significant names in the hip-hop industry, as well as appealing up-and-comers. The artists came together in January 2019 on what is now being called 'rap camp' to record product for the upcoming release. The rap camp saw major names like Rick Ross, 6lack, Wale and Ski Mask The Downturn God appear to tape-record along with Dreamville artists like Bas, J.I.D, Ari Lennox and EarthGang.
Ari Lennox's brand-new album release, Shea Butter Baby, however, only contained 2 features, each from other Dreamville artists. Considering that we understand that Ari would not have actually sat out the recording sessions, it's probably safe to expect more than a few of the functions missing from her solo album turning up on Vengeance of the Dreamers III. The sessions summoned a long list of skilled R&B vocalists to choose from, such as BJ the Chicago Kid, Saba, 6LACK and Mereba, and Findlay's function story also mentions hearing snippets of Ari on an emotional tune about a relationship gone astray," with Smino, Pal and King Mez.
The tracks are entitled Down Bad" and Got Me." The very first features contributions from Dreamville's primary group: Cole, Bas, Young Nudy, EARTHGANG, and J.I.D, and was first teased throughout J.I.D's Rolling Loud performance back in May. The second track sees other collective members Ari Lennox, Omen, Ty Dolla $ign, and Dreezy providing their vocals to the track.
To consult with those who were involved with the recording of Vengeance of the Dreamers III-- a high-profile, Dreamville and Friends-billed collection-- is to speak about ego. More particularly, an environment lacking it. In January, Dreamville hunched down in Atlanta's Tree Noise Studios and invited a hodgepodge of musical skills to produce, from music novices to stars like Wale, Rick Ross, 6lack, Ski Mask The Depression God and Vince Staples. Those 10 days put the rap camp sessions at the nucleus of hip-hop's attention, as individuals posted personalized invites online-- part of an innovative social media method-- and lore spread about the fire that was being made. XXL spoke to a few of individuals associated with Dreamville's historical sessions for a within look at how it all went down.
If there's anything that's created a fever pitch, it's the 3rd installment of Dreamville's Revenge of the Dreamers series-- this is specifically the case after seeing any and everybody important to Hip-Hop right now head down to Atlanta for the star-studded studio sessions. Dreamville is offering fans more reasons to commemorate throughout the upcoming 4th Of July weekend. J. Cole has announced the highly prepared for Vengeance Of The Dreamers III collection will drop this Friday (July 5).
The post can be found in the type of an invite which asks the KOD rap artist to report to Atlanta from January 6 to 16. Dreamville affiliates Ari Lennox, J.I.D, EarthGang, Bas likewise received the very same invitations to participate in the upcoming effort. Cole teased the long-awaited album last week with the trailer for VENGEANCE: A Dreamville Movie which drops on Tuesday, July 2, and narrates the recording sessions for the task, which took place throughout 10 days in Atlanta throughout the top of this year.
Dreamville has actually dropped another 2 tunes off the upcoming project Vengeance of the Dreamers III. Every tune release has had numerous features from all of the artists he welcomed into the studio to deal with the task. J. Cole took to social media today to finally reveal the brand-new album will be available this Friday, July 5th. Days away from the album's release, Dreamville discovers themselves accountable for a profoundly terrific moment for Hip-Hop in 2019. Grab your popcorn and dive into the short-film, above.
Cole, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, J.I.D, Ibrahim Hamad (co-founder of Dreamville), Bas, omen and lut all altered their profile to a yellow, unprinted image. The unified change in Dreamville's profile video follows numerous members of the label teased the impending release of Vengeance of the Dreamers III last week. EarthGang, Bas and Prophecy each posted on the project a few days ago.
For those who could not make it to North Carolina for the studded event, Tidal has provided a totally free live stream of the musical event. Ibrahim Hamad, president of the label, stated the following: Dreamville Fest has to do with commemorating a culture of supporting one other and reinvesting in our community. We're delighted to partner with TIDAL to bring this message to a broader audience." J. Cole, who is an artist and part owner of TIDAL, has dealt with the platform previously on the TIDAL X: J. Cole live stream, and has performed at Made In America Festival in 2015 and 2017, respectively.
The first set of lead songs were released on Wednesday night (June 12), launched as part of the 1-888-88-DREAM EP, to officially kick off what need to be a busy summer season for Dreamville. " Down Bad" puts Cole together with Dreamville signees Bas, J.I.D., EarthGang, and ATL native Young Nudy. Whereas the silky "Got Me" finds Ari Lennox and Ty Dolla $ign crooning with rhymers Dreezy and Prophecy.
Dreamville is presently offering album packages that will only be on sale for the next two days. Clients can get digital copies of the LP through email upon release by pre-ordering t-shirts, hoodies, hats or vinyl through the online store. T.I. and Dreamville's Ari Lennox are just a couple of the artists that appear in the trailer aside from Cole. The movie is set for release Tuesday (July 2), and will hopefully be able to hold fans over till the release of the long-awaited follow up to Vengeance of the Dreamers II.
Dreamville has actually broken off not one, however two new cuts from Revenge of the Dreamers III-- the imprint's much anticipated compilation project. The entire Dreamville team, including Bas, Cozz, J.I.D, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, Omen, and others will all be there along with other partners of the label. And Bas has more en route. He said he will be on Revenge of the Dreamer III," and he appears in April at the Dreamville Festival, which boasts a lineup of J. Cole, SZA, Big Sean, Young Hooligan and Nelly.