J. Cole, together with fellow Dreamville Records‘ artists EARTHGANG, Ari Lennox, J.I.D, Omen, Cozz, Bas, and Lute, present Revenge of The Dreamers III, and it’s nothing but the dreamcompilation we’ve all been waiting for.
Dreamville Records, founded by J. Cole and his manager Ibrahim Hamad, has finally released the next chapter, a long-awaited follow-up to part II(2015). The album also features guest artists Kendrick Lamar, Buddy, Ty Dolls $ign, Vince Staples, Dreezy, and much more greatness.
Revenge of The Dreamers III (ROTD3) is the ultimate euphoria for hip-hop and alternative R&B fans alike, placing listeners within a realm of rapture; an epic line-up of astounding artists, an unrivalled lyrical flow, bustling bars, heavy-hitting hooks, fresh beats, honey-like melodies, and of course, topped off with the quintessential soul samples to have you hypnotised from the very start until end.
This 18-track marvel is simply incalculable; the procured result of both a collaboration and a community of artists that no one other than J. Cole could bring together.
– EARTHGANG, members of the Spillage Village hip-hop collective, just dropped a loosie titled, “MARY” and recruited Childish Major for the production.
Atlanta bred hip-hop duo, EARTHGANG, has come through on their promise to drop some new music and, as always, they didn’t disappoint. On “MARY”, Childish Major provided the ominous and hypnotic production while Johnny Venusand Doctur Dot drew us in with their playful delivery and vicious bars.
As arguably one of the most underrated acts in all of hip-hop, EARTHGANG has been on the come up as they continue dropping quality art – both musically and visually.
There’s no indication of where “MARY” will end up, but check out their recently released music video for “Voodoo” below.
This past summer, DJ Khaled released his ninth studio album, Major Keys. From that album we were gifted with a few bangers including “Do You Mind”, “For Free”, and “I Got the Keys”. Yet, “Jermaine’s Interlude” unexpectedly became a fan favorite and a budding music group from East Atlanta is who we have to thank.
So as the story goes, Spillage Village, whose members include EarthGang (Doctor Dot & Johnny Venus), J.I.D., Jordxn Bryant, and Hollywood JB, have already had a little skin in the game. Apparently, the group holds close ties to J. Cole’s Dreamville record label and elected to include Bas on a track titled “Can’t Call It”. Well, the minute J. Cole got a taste of the instrumental he was sold and had to be a part of it. Cole added a verse to the song and the rest was history. J. Cole’s contribution earned a spot on Khaled’s Major Keys and was titled, “Jermaine’s Interlude”. The full-length six minute version of the song has now been made available for your listening pleasure so be sure to check out the song in its entirety below. The collective will also be releasing their Bears Like This Too Much LP on December 2nd which will include the official version of “Can’t Call It”.